Rangers seem like a club that is on the edge of chaos, as team-mates line-up behind the suspended duo of Kennyy Miller and Lee Wallace, according to a report.
The Daily Record is reporting that most of the first-team squad are ‘itching to clear the name’ of Miller and Wallace in the ongoing investigation that the club is conducting into the alleged ‘bust-up’ that happened after the Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Celtic.
The report also claims that the duo have not as yet been given a reason for their suspension but that Gers managing director Stewart Robertson will send the pair the reason in writing.
This situation has the chance to get very nasty indeed, especially if it turns into a players versus the board situation, with Murty caught in the middle.
Murty would have to back his board, as they are his employers, although he would be put into a very unenviable position as he tries to control a club seemingly at war with itself.
And even if the players do back the suspended pair, there’s no way they can come back and play again for the first-team, as it would undermine the decision to suspend them in the first place.
The situation needs to be sorted as soon as possible, it can’t be allowed to drag on for the rest of the season whilst the Gers battle to finish the league season as high up the table as they can.
In other Rangers news, Lee Wallace is reportedly set for a move to England