Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller could be set to learn his lesson the hard way after his Ibrox exit after a report claimed he was set to be named as Livingston manager.
According to the Sunday Mail, Miller will take up a player/manager role at the Tony Macaroni Arena and after the way his Gers career came to an end he is about to see how life is as a manager.
Miller was suspended by the Gers before being fined after a bust-up with manager Graeme Murty in the wake of the Scottish Cup semi-final thrashing by Celtic and Miller may find himself in a similar scenario at Livi.
The Lions will be favourites to be relegated this season and there will likely be a few disgruntled voices in the dressing room as the season wears on – leaving Miller to deal with it and try not to disrupt dressing room harmony.
The veteran striker will almost certainly have a new appreciation of how he could have handled the entire row with Murty when he finds himself on the other side and being the manager responsible rather than just one member of the team.
While the veteran striker isn’t going to publicly hold his hands up and admit he got it wrong, he will likely find himself realising as the season goes on that it is a very different position being the manager and being the one who carries the can for results.
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