Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
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Wallace and Miller facing disciplinary action for bust-up after Celtic loss

Wallace and Miller facing disciplinary action for bust-up after Celtic loss

Rangers suspended former Scotland striker Kenny Miller and club captain Lee Wallace on Tuesday after a disciplinary meeting following the club's 4-0 defeat by Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

The two were involved in a heated bust up with the Rangers manager as they read the riot act following the defeat, and it has led to another off the field incident at Ibrox.

But Miller, who was an unused substitute at the weekend, won't get the chance to pull on the Rangers jersey again as the club's hierarchy take a hard-line approach to what they see as a culmination of events involving senior players at Ibrox.

It was understood that the move was made by the club's board and had the backing of Murty.


Rangers are set to confirm later today that both players have been suspended pending an internal investigation.

"Think it's obvious now Murty is way out his depth but he has been thrown to the lions on and off the park by Dave King & Co".

Miller may have played his final game for the club, with his contract due to expire at the end of the season, while Wallace has one year remaining on his deal. Whatever was said and done, an immediate dismissal would be a bad and humiliating way to end Miller's third spell at Rangers, and would leave a bitter taste in the mouth of the player for ever more.

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