Thursday, 5 October 2017

Miller back from the cold?


Surprising photos have emerged today of Kenny Miller participating in conventional training with the senior squad.

Previously reported as axed to the youth squad, the 37-year old has been a topic of massive controversy the past few days, but reported for training at the Training Centre as normal and trained with his usual team mates in the usual way.





He took part in the unders clash with Brentford recently as captain, but despite all the hype, controversy and media hyperbole, the club never confirmed he was permanently out of the first team picture, and the ex-Wolves man was back at training as normal.

Whether this means the whole story was a complete non-story in the end and he was dropped for form reasons, or whether he is just being ‘allowed’ to train with the seniors we are not so sure.

But one thing is certain, as these photos from the official site’s training gallery show, there does not appear to be a significant problem between Pedro and Kenny.

It is a headache we could do without, in truth.

10 comments:

  1. Get Miller back in the squad and use him. He adds a hell of a lot more to the team than he takes away.

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  2. Definitely agree with you,Alex.......Kenny, will ALWAYS give 120%...i wish him the best cause he has given Rangers fans a lot....

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  3. Has someone from the boardroom manned up and had a word in Pedro's ear?
    Mon the Gers

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  4. Let's hear from all the fools that condemned Miller based on innuendo and gossip.....

    I dislike this element in our support just as much moronic Celtic fans.

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  5. I will remind you all again - Pedro is not good enough to be a Rangers manager.

    He doesn't know what he is doing - he is either a phoney or a fanny!

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    1. Well he is the same nationality and particularly friendly with the "special one" so it necessarily follows that he must be a top notch manager, especially when he lowers the bar & slums it in a footballing third world country like Scotland

      Unfortunately I am pretty sure that's exactly how he sees himself & phoney/fanny doesn't really come into it as it's becoming more & more apparent every week that he is actually as mad as a fricken brush

      There's no doubt his days are numbered at Ibrox, we all know that, but what angers me is why did he get the job in the first place, he looks like a wierdo, sounds like a weirdo & acts like a weirdo.

      anyone who thinks otherwise should make sure they keep taking the tablets

      WATP

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  6. Your all deluding yourselves who is going to takeep over what is deemed a poison Challis eck has had his day Walter won't come out of retirement their is no manager in Scotland going to work with no money to buy top qualit players who will give everything for the shirt barry ain't earned his strips
    so your all need to be realistic the only forgien manager we have had success with is Dick advocate we must give pedro a chance before welding the aaxe sometimes it's better the devil you know he was the boards choice so let's back the boards decision and be the first club to back their manager when the chips are down ?

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  7. No 1 will to replace caixinha at the famous Glasgow rangers you for real ther will b c.v's alwready dropped in the doors at ibrox in the most likely end result happening sooner rather than later, no matter how you try to run this club down ther will b a que of managers wanting the job.

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  8. Millers the man dinny pick on a guy with passion if he never had it uz would Aw say he doesn't deserve to be at Rangers makeup ur mind kenny miller is Rangers and always will be mitp

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