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Lee Wallace’s appeal win could end his Rangers career

Lee Wallace’s appeal win could end his Rangers career

One Rangers man’s future at the club has been thrown into further doubt after a ruling by the Scottish Premiership went in his favour.

According to a report by the Daily Record, Lee Wallace, along with Kenny Miller, is set to hit the Light Blues with a bill worth over £100,000 after the league backed their appeal about huge fines.

The pair were fined by the club following an alleged bust-up with then-manager Graeme Murty following their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Old Firm rivals Celtic.

Both were also suspended by the club immediately, with Miller deciding to leave Ibrox following the saga.

However, it now appears that Wallace’s future with the Light Blues is far from certain, especially considering he was unexpectedly cut from Steven Gerrard’s 25-man Europa League squad.

The Verdict:

The £720k-rated defender, as per Transfermarkt, looks to have lived and died by the sword given to him with the latest judgement.

Wallace’s future at Ibrox had always been in the air, however, the ruling by the League’s bosses could act as the final decider for his place at Rangers.

Should he have lost his appeal, he may not have wanted to remain with the Glasgow outfit, however, now that he has won it, life could be made difficult for him from those involved at the top that will have to cover the costs.

His cut from the Europa League squad could just be the beginning, and he may feel that a move away from the club this summer would have been his best option all along.

Rangers fans – thoughts?

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