Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller, who exited Ibrox at the end of last season, has left his job as Livingston manager just seven weeks after taking charge of the club.
That’s according to The Scottish Sun, who report that the player-manager has departed due to behind the scenes problems and not because of results on the pitch.
Livingston started the season fairly well, winning three of their first four Scottish League Cup matches before being dumped out by Motherwell at the weekend.
They lost to Celtic on the opening day of the league season before drawing with Kilmarnock.
The paper say that after a meeting with club officials today, a decision has been made that results in his exit.
The player had a tumultuous season at Rangers last term, eventually falling out with manager Graeme Murty after the disappointing Scottish Cup defeat to Celtic at Hampden.
Miller admitted just this week that he was hurt by the manner of his Ibrox departure after being suspended and fined, revealing to the BBC that the hurt ‘will always be there’.
What his future now entails remains to be seen, but it’s surely the worst possible start to his managerial career?
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