Rangers striker Kenny Miller has been accused of undermining the last three manages to take charge at the Ibrox club, according to a club insider.
The Rangers Observer Twitter account, which is a very reliable source of news about the Ibrox, has made the claim after the Scottish Sun reported that Miller, along with Lee Wallace is set to be suspended by the Gers following a massive dressing room bust-up with manager Graeme Murty following the Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Celtic.
The account claims that the decision to get rid of the 38-year-old is a good thing, as it is a ‘small step forward’ to solving the problems at Ibrox.
Kenny Miller has undermined his 3rd manager in a row at Rangers. Doesn’t matter what you think of those managers – and none of them have done even close to well enough – that’s a pattern of behaviour in the dressing room that no club should accept. A small step forward.
— The Rangers Observer (@RangersObserver) April 17, 2018
Football Insider verdict
If what the Rangers Observer account says is true, then the Ibrox board have no choice but to get rid of Miller. No club can tolerate a player who has undermined one manager, never mind the last three. Even though Graeme Murty has proven that he is not good enough to be given the job as manager after the end of this season, he doesn’t deserve to be treated like this and the Ibrox board are doing the right thing here. It’s a pity that Miller’s long career is set to end in this way, but it seems to be only for the benefit of the club as the Gers aim to rebuild for next season.
In other Rangers news, fans have given their reaction to news of Miller’s impending departure