Rangers suspend Kenny Miller, Lee Wallace following Old Firm bust-up
17 April, 2018, 20:39 | Author: Malcolm Quinn
The fallout from Sunday's 4-0 win for Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final continues as reports emerged this morning that the pair are to be suspended over their involvement in a post-match bust-up with Graeme Murty.
The move could effectively end Miller's career with Rangers as his contract is set to expire at the end of the season.
The fall-out from the devastating defeat has taken a shock new turn by this turn of events, which will seemingly end the stellar Ibrox careers of two of the club's best players during what has been a miserable period in the club's history. "They are not disruptive players at all". That's the worrying thing for me, how it's come out so soon after an embarrassing defeat.
The statement says Rangers are looking into a "team-related incident".
Miller, 38, is in the final weeks of his contract and was an unused substitute on Sunday while club captain Wallace was not in the squad. Murty has been criticised for his tactics throughout the game in the media, as well as his handling of midfielder Andy Halliday. The Scottish star was visibly angry on the touchline and had to be held back by Bruno Alves.
The former Hibs striker admits that it is certain that Murty is not good enough to be Rangers manager, but he also feels club chairman King and the rest of the board have also not helped the rookie coach's cause.
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