Date: 20th August 2018 at 11:17pm
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Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller, who left Ibrox at the end of last season, has sensationally left his position as Livingston player-manager just seven weeks after taking the job.

The news leaked late on Sunday evening, with Livingston confirming the news this morning, claiming that the split was amicable after concerns about his ability to both play and take charge of the team.

It continues what has been a terrible year for the former Gers striker, who left the club under a cloud after a high-profile bust-up with then manager Graeme Murty in the wake of the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic.

Who knows what now lies in the future for the 38-year-old, but it’s clear that his managerial career couldn’t get off to a worse start.

Does he have what it takes to become a manager?

Rangers supporters have taken to Twitter over the last 24 hours to share their thoughts on it all…

What are your thoughts on the Kenny Miller situation? Do you have any sympathy for the former Rangers man? Let us know in the comments below…


4 Replies to “Rangers fans react to bizarre drama involving former Ibrox star”

  • Kenny did a good job for us for a long time, he just stayed too long and became a liability. I wish him well and hope he lands on his feet.

  • Cannot disagree with any of the comments above. There was something in it when Pedro dumped him !!

  • I’m old school. Kenny Miller gave his all when he wore the jersey. It just doesn’t come into my psychi to knock a Rangers man. If Miller was the “Leak” then good on him, in letting us know what disasters of managers we had. He even had the courage, along with Wallace to revolt, and reveal what an excuse of a manager we had at the last old firm match. As true Gers men, both of them just couldn’t take it any longer. I wish him well along with Wallace.

  • The blues king Kenny one of the best strikers we ever had all the best hope you do well what ever you take on next people have short memories long live the king.

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