Kenny Miller has finally addressed what happened between him and Pedro Caixinha, and he’s laid the blame firmly at the former manager’s door.
The Rangers striker was dropped from the first team by the former manager at Ibrox following rumours that Miller had leaked stories to the press.
Miller was sent to play with Rangers’ under-20 side following his banishment by Caixinha.
Miller returned to the side following the departure of the Mexican, and the appointment of Graeme Murty as caretaker manager.
Speaking to the Scottish Sun ahead of tonight’s match at Ibrox against Aberdeen, Miller claims that he was targeted by the former boss.
He said: “All I can say is there were absolutely malicious things going about. It was nonsense and defamatory towards me and my character.
“There was only one man who could have cleared it all up, but I’m not going into specifics on that.
“Why it happened, I don’t know. It was never clarified.”
Miller scored twice against Hearts in his return to the first-team last month, and has been a mainstay ever since.
Rangers go into tonight’s match against Aberdeen at Ibrox six points behind the Pittodrie side.
The game is the first of a double-header against the teams which will go a long way to determining the top places in the Scottish Premiership this season.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton has taken a dig at Rangers process of appointing a new manager