With the Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern yet to be fully convinced by Pedro Caixinha’s overhaul, good news has emerged from the Daily Record.
Indeed, our local Light Blues have been delighted to read their report on Kenny Miller, who seemingly stepped up his return to first-team action during a behind-closed-doors friendly against Morton on Saturday.
The 37-year-old is thought to have fallen out with his Portuguese gaffer and was left out of the Gers’ squad that beat Hamilton a week after the Old Firm, though played a starring role in Saturday’s game. Miller notched against the Ton and it looks as if he’s been handed an ‘olive branch’ by his boss, much to the delight of the Rangers fans propping up our bar.
Despite his ageing years, the former Wolves man is a hugely popular figure amongst the supporters who frequent in their droves and many of them believe he could have a major role to play in the battle for second spot.
Miller can only be an asset. The veteran forward knows the league inside and out, something that could seriously help Alfredo Morelos – a rough diamond – develop in Scotland.
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