Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace: Rangers To Suspend Pair After Graeme Murty Argument

Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace: Rangers To Suspend Pair After Graeme Murty Argument

Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace: Rangers To Suspend Pair After Graeme Murty Argument

With Kenny Miller suspended by Rangers - along with Lee Wallace - for a bust-up with Graeme Murty, it seems that his career in Scottish football might have finally come to an end, and what a freakish career it has been.

Former Ibrox striker Gordon Dalziel brands Rangers winger Daniel Candeias a disgrace for storming down the tunnel after being subbed against Celtic on Sunday.

Rangers, who only returned to the Scottish top flight two seasons ago, have struggled to match their Glasgow rivals.

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Rangers sit in second place in the Scottish Premier League with five games remaining but they trail Celtic by 13 points.

"At the moment if you look at it, people don't take Rangers as a threat, it's more Aberdeen or Hibs, Rangers are not one of the biggest clubs", said Petrov, who was speaking at The John Hartson Foundation Annual Golf Day.

Rangers were put to the sword by Celtic.

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The action was just as furious at Selhurst Park with all the goals coming in the opening 34 minutes. I don't understand why after 1-0 we always drop and let the opponent get more ball possession".

Ranges have not beaten Celtic since March 2012 and this season have lost three of their four encounters.

Gordon is the first-choice goalkeeper at Celtic, and him playing against Rangers in the Old Firm derby at Hampden Park last weekend proved that.

The duo have been suspended by the club as they investigate an alledged bust up with manager Graeme Murty in the dressing room after the game.

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A week ago, De Boer was quoted by LC answering a question about whether he sees his future in the Netherlands: "Well, I do not think so".

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