as reported by the derbytelegraph.co.uk,
Former Derby County striker Kenny Miller is set to be suspended by Rangers following Sunday’s heavy defeat to Celtic, according to reports.
Miller, along with club captain Lee Wallace, are said to have had a bust-up with interim manager Graeme Murty following the resounding 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final loss at Hampden Park.
The pair reportedly arrived at Ibrox for talks with managing director Stewart Robertson today (Tuesday).
Neither Miller nor Wallace made the pitch for the game against Celtic as tensions appeared to boil over.
The report suggests there was a tunnel fracas between teammates Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty, and it has also emerged there was a huge row in the dressing room.
Former Derby County striker Kenny Miller
A source told The Scottish Sun : “The Ibrox hierarchy are raging with the behaviour of the club’s most senior player and club captain after Sunday’s defeat.
“The powers-that-be believe the manager has been undermined and have decided to take action.
“They don’t think what happened in the dressing room is acceptable.”
Miller joined Derby for £3m in August 2007 and made 33 appearances in all competitions during the infamous Premier League campaign. He joined Rangers less than a year later.
He is out of contract at Ibrox in the summer.