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'It was shameful and unforgivable': Kenny Miller slams Rangers for his exit last year

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Veteran striker Kenny Miller has branded his treatment by Rangers prior to his departure last year as 'shameful' and 'disgusting'.

Former Scotland international Miller was fined and suspended, along with team-mate Lee Wallace, for an alleged dressing room bust-up with then caretaker boss Graeme Murty in the wake of a humiliating 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic at Hampden in April 2018.The pair, who did not play in the game, were later cleared after an SPFL appeal, but Miller left the club under freedom of contract that summer.

Former captain Wallace remained frozen out at Ibrox before leaving for Queens Park Rangers in June of this year after his own deal expired.

Now, in a scathing attack on the club where he spent three spells spanning 18 years from 2000, Miller - who now plays for Partick Thistle after a spell as player-manager at Livingston and then as a player for Dundee - alleges that Rangers made himself and Wallace 'scapegoats'.

He said: 'A lot of things happened in my last six months at that football club that were unforgivable - unforgivable actions by people.

Prior to the incident with Murty, when Pedro Caixinha was manager, Miller was axed from the Rangers team after stories emerged about dressing-room bust-ups between the Portuguese boss and his players after a 2-0 loss to Celtic in September 2017.At the time, Caixinha spoke of leaks being plugged at the club, and Miller's demotion to the Academy pointed the finger at the veteran striker.

Miller knew his time was up at Ibrox for good when he slipped out of the picture even after Caixinha had been sacked.

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