The Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern have been greeted with quite a big story today.
Indeed, with a game against Hamilton later today to deal with, our local Light Blues really don’t need reports from the Scottish Sun suggesting some trouble behind the scenes at Ibrox.
News emerged that Pedro Caixinha had ordered Kenny Miller to stay away from the squad ahead of their trip to the SuperSeal later today, just a few days after reports suggesting the Portuguese had blasted his team for a lack of togetherness surfaced.
Whether the two are related or not remains to be seen, though it certainly sparked a reaction online.
Veteran striker Miller has been there and done it with the Glasgow giants and retains a huge amount of support in our bar, so it’s interesting to see some turning on Caixinha, who hasn’t exactly impressed in terms of results.
With that in mind, here’s a look at how Rangers fans reacted on Twitter to the reports.
Its a bizarre clash. Previously it's been easy to side however neither Caixinha or Miller have many cards to play following this season.
— David Peat (@DavidPeat1) September 28, 2017
i wanted to give pedro time,but if miller has been dropped to the reserves then it wont be long before Caixinha is out the door #playerpower
— Super Single Bets (@supersinglebet) September 29, 2017
Got the impression when he came in last season that Caixinha's instincts were to not give Miller a new contract. He should have trusted them
— Ivan Perišić Fan (@euangtaylor) September 29, 2017
If the rumours about Miller are true, Pedro Caixinha will be sacked within weeks
— Fletch (@eckdofraser) September 29, 2017
Back the manager if you wish but don't turn on Miller. Nobody knows what's gone on & Miller's achieved more for us than Caixinha ever will.
— Delbert (@Delbert73) September 29, 2017
Media darling Kenny Miller dropped by Caixinha and made to train with youth.
Caixinha has just done his PLG – Ferguson moment.
— Last Ditch Tackle (@lastditchtackle) September 29, 2017
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