Kenny Miller’s agent has today controversially denied claims from Pedro Caixinha that his client is injured, and has instead suggested that his absence from the squad to face St Johnstone last week was a continuation of the ‘feud’.
After Miller was restored to senior training, it had seemed relations between he and the Portuguese had been repaired, but Dave Baldwin has claimed that Miller’s absence from the win in Perth was once again an omission from the squad, rather than Caixinha’s claim last week that the player ‘felt something’ in training.
“To make those accusations then leave Kenny out the squad and not say a word is embarrassing…”
And on Friday night’s absence:
“…and then do it again!”
Just when we hoped this off-field saga had been resolved, Miller’s representative has flat out denied the striker is injured – and he would have said this on Miller’s authority.
It appears, sadly, this ugly story has resumed just when the team were looking like some form might be manifesting itself.