Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller has been whining again about the circumstances behind his Ibrox departure in 2018 – and it is time he moved on with his life and stopped going over the same ground.

Miller’s exit came after he was suspended by the club following a bust-up with then-manager Graeme Murty with Miller and Lee Wallace also heavily fined.

11th May 2019, Tony Macaroni Arena, Livingston, Scotland; Ladbrokes Premiership football, Livingston versus Dundee; Kenny Miller of Dundee inspects the pitch before the match

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Both players appealed the severity of the sanction imposed – but not the outcome itself – before leaving the club to join Livingston and QPR respectively.

While Wallace has largely kept his counsel on the issue, Miller has been happy to speak to anyone that will listen to how he was hard done by and it was all someone else’s fault.

His latest came on the Football Daft podcast as he claimed to have been made a “scapegoat” for other people’s failings at the club without having the courage to actually name names and point fingers.


Instead, he hides behind vague tales of how he was mistreated and it is long beyond tedious now.

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If Miller really wanted to set the record straight, he’d have gone to his friends in position as the certain Glasgow newspapers and gave them the blow-by-blow account of what happened at Hampden to bring his Rangers career to an end.

However, instead of doing that, Miller would prefer to leave it intentionally vague enough so that he can put his spin on events while leaving the club little way of reply.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JUNE 29: Rangers Manager Pedro Caixinha gives out his instructions to Kenny Miller during the UEFA Europa League first qualifying round match between Rangers and Progres Niederkorn at the Ibrox Stadium on June 29, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Hopefully, Miller gets as bored of talking about it as Rangers fans are of reading his ‘woe is me’ tales and he moves on and concentrates on helping Partick Thistle avoid a second consecutive relegation.

If not, then it’s time Miller put his money where his mouth is and started naming names of those whose treatment of him he describes as “unforgivable.”

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