Kenny Miller opens up on 'unforgivable' Rangers exit
Kenny Miller has opened up on his controversial exit from Rangers and has said how some people acted at the club was “unforgivable” and that he wouldn’t have wished what happened to him on his worst enemy.
Miller and Lee Wallace were fined and suspended after a bust-up with then manager Graeme Murty following a 4-0 defeat to Celtic at Hampden.
The pair were told to stay away from Ibrox and the club’s training ground but were later cleared after an appeal.
Miller left the following summer when his contract with the club expired.
Miller scored 103 goals in 265 appearances for the club over three different spells and is now playing at Partick Thistle at the age of 39.
He hit back at his treatment by Rangers in the latest episode of the Football Daft podcast.
“A lot of things happened in my last six months at that football club that were unforgivable.
“It’s not about forgiving, or looking for retribution. The word I would use is disappointed.
“I would never treat anybody the way that both myself and Lee Wallace were treated. I’d never treat my worst enemy like that.
“People at the football club wanted to make scapegoats of people to mask their own deficiencies and Lee and I were hung out to dry.
“It was shameful and, like I said, unforgivable. It’s actually disgusting what happened with me and Lee.”
Strong words from Miller but we’ve been there and heard this all before.
That’s not to say we have no sympathy. It was regrettable how things ended but that’s in the past now.
Raking it up constantly does no-one any good – not Miller himself or anyone at the club.
It’s time to move on.
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