Why have Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace been suspended? What happens next?

Jo Caldwell
April 17, 2018

Miller's Rangers career looks to be over but Wallace has a year left on his contract.

Rangers have suspended Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller and will investigate the players' conduct following Sunday's defeat by Celtic.

The two are claimed to be unlikely to play for Rangers again, but McManus feels the two reacted furiously as they care for the club and after such a heavy defeat, harsh words were to be expected from senior players.

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Neither played in the 4-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final but it is believed they were involved in a heated post-match analysis of the performance and manager Graeme Murty's approach.

Neither player featured in the game on Sunday, as they both remained on the bench from start to finish.

Club captain Wallace and Miller have both been told to stay away from Ibrox and the Rangers' training ground until further notice as the investigation continues.

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The suspension effectively spells the end of Miller's Ibrox career.

In a statement, Rangers confirmed the two players had been suspended on Tuesday morning "pending an investigation into a team related incident".

The dispute followed a 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Celtic.

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Miller's contract expires at the end of the season while Wallace has another year to run on his. Whatever was said and done, an immediate dismissal would be a bad and humiliating way to end Miller's third spell at Rangers, and would leave a bitter taste in the mouth of the player for ever more.

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