Rangers to suspend pair after dressing room bust-up

Arnold Nichols
April 18, 2018

The National understands Miller and Wallace were involved in an angry exchange with Murty in the immediate aftermath of the 4-0 Scottish Cup defeat to Celtic on Sunday.

Highlights of the Scottish Cup semi-final match between Celtic and Rangers.

The duo were questioned over by the club's hierarchy to give their account of what happened in the dressing room as it is believed that they were particularly scathing in their criticism of manager Graeme Murty's tactics.

Sky Sports say both players are likely to be suspended for the rest of the season - which would end Miller's stay with the club.

The news was confirmed in a brief club statement issued after a Tuesday morning meeting with the players.


An investigation is underway from Rangers chiefs into the conduct of striker Miller, 38, and left-back Wallace, 30, neither of whom played in the clash at Hampden.

The suspension effectively spells the end of Miller's Ibrox career.

The two are claimed to be unlikely to play for Rangers again, but McManus feels the two reacted furiously as they care for the club and after such a heavy defeat, harsh words were to be expected from senior players.

His contract is up in the summer and will likely not be renewed.

Miller joined Rangers for the third time in June 2014.

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