Rangers duo Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace have won their appeals against fines imposed by Rangers after an infamous bust-up with Graeme Murty.
The Daily Record are reporting that the Scottish Professional Football League have sensationally found in favour of the two players.
Miller was fined two weeks wages and Lee Wallace was fined four weeks after the reported bust up in the aftermath of a 4-0 cup semi final defeat by Celtic.
But what does it mean for Lee Wallace, who remains at the club.
Has Lee Wallace now been proven right?
Both players have always refuted any wrongdoing and played down talk of a bust up. With the result seemingly going in their favour, does it prove them right?
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Well, Graeme Murty would probably disagree.
The pair were suspended after it was reported they undermined the manager after the Old Firm humbling.
Murty is still at Rangers as U20 manager and it’s highly likely only one of the two is going to survive.
Rangers don’t want a bad atmosphere at the club and after appearing to side with Murty, it looks likely Wallace will get the snip.
That said Gerrard said he was a key part of his plans a few weeks ago.
Can both shake hands and move on for the good of the club?
Tainted end for two long-serving players
Both Wallace and Miller have given the best parts of their careers to Rangers. The taste of all this can’t help but feel sour in the back of throat.
Miller scored over a century of goals and Wallace stayed loyal to Rangers through the lower divisions.
Admittedly, both struggled for form in the recent seasons, but there’s an argument to be made about their legacy.
Wallace now needs to get his head down, get fit and focus on his football. He’s a top option when fit.
If Wallace is to go, it will be a bitter pill to swallow for fans who would’ve loved to see him lift 55.
There’s still a slight chance we might see it yet.