Rangers could be on verge of mutiny, Allen and Robertson must do everything they can
Rangers’ ongoing falling out with senior stars Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller can’t be allowed to overshadow the final games of the season for the Gers after reports that the suspended pair were still in the dark over the reasons for their ban.
According to the Daily Record, neither player has been given the reason for their exclusion and are demanding to be told why they have been told to stay away from Ibrox.
With both players looking as though their Ibrox careers are over, director of football Mark Allen and managing director Stewart Robertson must do everything to keep the issue with the club captain and his deputy take attention away from the fight to secure second in the Scottish Premiership.
Finishing ahead of Aberdeen and Hibernian is crucial for the Gers this season and with the Daily Record claiming a number of their team-mates are prepared to fight their corner, there is a real chance of a full-blown mutiny at Ibrox.
Miller’s contract is up at the end of the season so it will likely be easier to come to an agreement over his future but with Wallace under contract until next summer then it could cost the Gers a hefty sum to part ways with the 30-year-old.
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With an investigation underway, the Gers must do what they can to accommodate the pair and avoid the whole thing blowing up and becoming an even bigger mess than it already is.
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