Saturday, 12 October 2019

Kenny Miller and 'that' Rangers admission...




So Kenny Miller’s recent admission to a podcast at his disgust over the treatment he and Lee Wallace received has certainly set tongues wagging.

The truth, as to whether he was correctly treated, as usual, lies somewhere in the middle.

Information Ibrox Noise has received in recent weeks has shed a great deal of light on what really happened in that dressing room, and if our understanding is correct and the information true, Miller doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

We’re not going to verify one way or the other, but his going public recently over his unhappiness at how things ended up is self-inflicted, if our sources are correct.

Regardless, what we do know for sure is Lee Wallace certainly WAS badly treated, and to our best knowledge not only did nothing wrong, but did the opposite, and got castigated by the club purely by unfair association.

But Miller and his timing was interesting. Why did he go public to slam his treatment the day after all the press attention should have been on Scotland and their shambles?

The funny thing is we’ve heard claims that the club is now harmonious in his absence, and there are less or no leaks now. Well, he’s been gone for well over a year and the ‘harmony’ seems to coincide with good results. As it always did. So we’re not sure on that one. Especially given all the nonsense that used to surround Morelos, Candeias, Pena and Sadiq. As for leaks, at least one ‘neutral’ site still seems to produce gossip from inside the club, albeit gossip which often turns out to be fake.

And that’s the funny thing about leaks – stories ‘leak’ out but very rarely to never are they ever corroborated or proven to actually be correct. They usually have impact at the time for the nature of the headline and the emotional response, but no one is ever held to account over their being factual or otherwise and by the time sites like Ibrox Noise actually brings you the truth, no one even cares any more and we get accused of sitting in the past.

Can’t win!

As for Miller – everyone has a right to give their side, and in fairness to him he’s never smeared Rangers, just certain people he’s not happy with.

That’s between him and them – but we do wish people like he would pick more carefully their times to go public with this stuff.

Although, is there ever a ‘good’ time for a bad headline?

5 comments:

  1. I like you know more about what went on, and if even half of the story is true Kenny Miller got precisely what he deserved, whether he likes it or not. His motives, at the heart of what he did, MAY have been, in his head, for the right reasons, BUT lets just say in another place, with different people, fisty cuffs might have been the order of the day.
    Either way, either put up or shut up Kenny. If your going to come out and give your side of the story do it. But I guess you won't cause that would open the door for the other side to tell their side of the story too.

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  2. D'you reckon Kenny "misser" is sat at home today thinking "Why didnt I get picked for the rangers legends game"?

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  3. Eitherway he always gave 100% for the club and to his credit hes never slandered us , I for one would like to hear what went on until then I'll pass judgement.

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    1. I agree. Kenny was a loyal servant of the club for years. There's two sides to every story. Mr Murty, is what i'm not keen on. I know many will say i'm harsh. I just don't think somebody with a record like his, should be in charge of our youth. He's hardly, a winner. Yes he stepped in. But he was worse than useless.

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  4. It's Murty that should have got punted, not Miller or Wallace! Murty embarrassed us as well as himself!!

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