Sad end for Rangers mainstay, but club is doing the right thing
Kenny Miller did provide many great moments for Rangers fans in his three spells at the Ibrox club, but the Gers board is doing the right thing in getting rid of him.
The Scottish Sun is reporting that both Miller and Lee Wallace are set to be suspended by the Light Blues following a bust-up with Gers boss Graeme Murty after the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic.
The 38-year-old won numerous trophies during his time at Ibrox, and provided many great moments for fans, such as the 2010 League Cup final winner for a nine man Gers side over St Mirren, and many goals against his former side Celtic.
In a way, Miller was always going to find it difficult at Ibrox in his second spell with the Gers, coming not long after he had spent a year with the club’s bitter rivals, but he won fans over by scoring plenty of goals as the club won plenty of honours under the stewardship of Walter Smith.
His most recent spell at Ibrox hasn’t gone down as well despite him scoring regularly – hitting 14 last season – and he has been a mainstay of the side in recent years, making over 50 league appearances over the last two seasons, but few fans seem likely to shed a tear as Miller gets set to depart Ibrox for what seems to be the final time.
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In other Rangers news, fans have been giving their reaction to Miller’s impending departure