By James Black

Former Rangers boss Ally McCoist has blasted the reported leak in Rangers’ dressing-room – and told Pedro Caixinha he should “get rid of them.”

Kenny Miller was banished to the Under-20 squad after allegedly leaking details of a team meeting to the media before Pedro Caixinha also claimed his team was leaked to St. Johnstone before the sides met in May.

Miller was missing from the Rangers squad again last night as the Gers ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over Tommy Wright’s side.

A late goal from Graham Dorrans and Carlos Pena’s double were enough for the Ibrox side in a game the dominated.

McCoist also claimed there weren’t enough leaers in the Ibrox dressing-room to self-police themselves an stop information getting into the public domain.

“You need to find who it is and get rid of them, simple as,” McCoist said on BT Sport’s live broadcast of the game, as quoted by The Scotsman.
“It’s the first thing you should do as a manager.
“You can’t have leaks in the dressing room.
“100 per cent the players should be policing it but, with all due respect, look at the Rangers dressing room now, I’m not sure there are enough leaders or people who have the mental strength to lead the dressing room.”

Miller also missed the 4-1 win over Hamilton before the international break as the Light Blues aim to get their title challenge back on track.

The win takes Pedro Caixinha’s side three points clear of St. Johnstone in third in the table.

 Leaders Celtic and Aberdeen are now only three points clear but both sides play on Saturday afternoon.
The Gers’ next game is against Motherwell in the Scottish League Cup semi-final next Sunday.

In other Rangers news, a £7.5million midfielder is firmly in the running to be the club’s next signing.

We’ve launched a << BREAKING NEWS FEED>> exclusively for your club. ‘Like Us’ on Facebook by clicking here if you want 24/7 updates on all Rangers breaking news.