By Danny Wright
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to annihilate Kenny Miller for his performance against Hamilton on Saturday.
Miller, 37, played 73 minutes before being substituted off in the 2-0 defeat at Ibrox, which was won by goals from ex-Ger David Templeton’s and Darren Lyon.
The veteran striker has been on the receiving end of criticism almost all season from the Gers fans for his continued lack of form, but it seems that all came together on Saturday when caretaker manager Graeme Murty failed to win a third game in a row.
Senior player Miller has been a mainstay of the Gers first-team for the past few seasons and has already played 14 times across all competitions this term, scoring four goals in the process.
He was completely axed from the side by Pedro Caixinha, but has returned to the fold under Murty, starting all three of the games since the Portuguese was dismissed.
Although he scored two in his return against Hearts, it appears that the fans have had enough of the ex-Celtic player and want him dropped for the forseeable future.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Kenny miller missing since hearts…
— CJ (@Cjnovo992) November 18, 2017
You see today Kenny Miller is being the one who looks done… poor passing.. awful touch… out of position all over the place…
— BMC Rangers Rants (@BMCRangersRants) November 18, 2017
Kenny Miller had one good game in a year, everyone raved. He's a liability. Wake up. He needs dropped.
— Franky (@RangersFranky) November 18, 2017
Played well in patches there.
Kenny Miller leaving Morelos very isolated and with a lot to do.
We really don’t need you at left back Kenny get up the park!!!
— Thelionbrand (@thelionbrand) November 18, 2017
Proves Pedro was proved right to not play him. But people used him not playing to get Pedro sacked. Should never be seen in a rangers top again.
— Graeme Darling (@GraemeDarling14) November 18, 2017
Doing what he did earlier in season playing everywhere but up top
— Tony Wilson (@toblarone77) November 18, 2017
Kenny Miller is GUFF!!! If Morelas had better support he would be leading in goals and assists.
— Titch (@RickyShields81) November 18, 2017
Rangers failed to win three games in a row under Caixinha’s seven months in charge and it seems that infamous run has struck Murty.
The Gers have been hunting for Caixinha’s successor for over three weeks now with Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes the clear favourite with the bookmakers to take the job.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton has issued a stern warning to the Gers about their manager search.