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Kenny Miller opens up on Rangers exit and says he may name names in future

first_img Miller left Livingston earlier this month and is now contracted to Dundee Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Top stories in Scottish football 2 Rangers finally get their man as Liverpool agree to £7m sale “It’s one of those things you just have to get over and accept because it was taken out of my hands, but it still hurts the way I had to leave that football club because it was a definite departure from what I would have envisaged at the start of last season.”No real details of the incident involving Wallace and Murty have emerged, and Miller has no plans on revealing anything at this moment in time.However, he did admit he could open up sometime in the future as there are ‘wrongs that need to be righted’.“That’s something I will have to have a long, hard think about,” Miller continued, when asked if he will name names. “A lot of things have happened even since then, and I’m focused on my career now; I’m not looking back, I’m looking forward. Kenny Miller admits he was ‘devastated’ after leaving Rangers at the end of last season, while revealing he may name names and explain the truth about the acrimonious circumstances surrounding his exit sometime in the future.Miller left Ibrox at the end of last season when his contract expired, having been fined and investigated by the club a few months earlier.The forward and team-mate Lee Wallace were suspended after an alleged altercation with Graeme Murty, then the club’s manager, in the aftermath of a 4-0 defeat to Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals. WAT ABOUT THAT Rangers won’t be forced to sell star striker in January, Ibrox chief claims decision scrap Wallace has since had his suspension lifted and remains with Rangers under new manager Steven Gerrard, though Miller left, was named Livingston player/manager, then departed after just seven weeks and is now contracted to Dundee.The 38-year-old spoke to talkSPORT to open up on his departure, admitting he is still hurting over what was a ‘devastating’ moment for him.Miller said: “Everybody knows what my feelings are for that club, and to represent them over 300 times over the course of eight years and then leave the way I had to leave…“It was not disappointing but devastating… it really was. fear NO MOR Miller and Wallace were suspended by Rangers following the alleged altercation Karamoko Dembele ‘chooses’ who he will play for internationally ‘I think it’s careless’ – Gerrard takes aim at Scotland for Jack injury NOT HAPPY LANGUAGE BARRIER Vinnie Jones: What I would have done to Scott Brown after Old Firm wind-up antics ALMOST “I’ve just been given a two year deal with Dundee, and I’ll hopefully make my debut sometime tomorrow. So I’m really focused on that.“Down the line… who knows? I think there are a lot of wrongs that need to be righted, and a lot of things need to be out there – facts, no stories or fiction.“So yes, maybe further down the line maybe that will come out.” I told Rangers to beat Spurs to Luka Modric signing, reveals Ally McCoist 2 Rangers team up with hummel UK to launch eco-friendly ZEROH2O kit kent bound ‘IT’S ON’ McCoist tells funny Rangers story about Gazza and new Napoli boss Gattuso last_img read more