Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to manager Pedro Caixinha reportedly axing Kenny Miller for this evening's match.
According to The Daily Record, Rangers manager Caixinha has dropped Miller from the team for tonight’s Scottish Premiership game against Hamilton Academical.
The 37-year-old former Celtic and Cardiff City striker has been told to train with the Rangers Under-20 squad and will travel to London to play against Brentford, according to the report.
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to Caixinha’s (reported) decision - while some are backing them, others are firmly against it.
Rangers fans against Pedro Caixinha’s decision:
Barry Ferguson got Le Guen shown the door & few complained & now it looks like Miller is only saying what 80% of fans are thinking ?— Steph G (@SG68RFC) September 29, 2017
Fans slaughtering Miller on here I don't understand it, over the last few years he's been the only one who cares about what's going on— The Famous (@TheFamousRFC) September 29, 2017
Say what you want about Miller but he's a winner, been there done it and been a great player for us— The Famous (@TheFamousRFC) September 29, 2017
Miller has went from absolutely undroppable 2 bench once & out squad completely twice in last 10 days. Think its safe 2 say theres a problem— VVV (@will_car86rfc1) September 29, 2017
Team Miller— The Col Co (@ColCoRFC) September 29, 2017
Rangers fans in favour of Pedro Caixinha’s decision:
Can't do what miller did & be classed as a legend.— VVV (@will_car86rfc1) September 29, 2017
Sorry miller is not a Rangers legend & never will be— VVV (@will_car86rfc1) September 29, 2017
Pedro could easily axe 4/5! Pedro wants to tell Dorrans he’s not Barry Ferguson so get further forward and start impacting games!— Derek Thomson (@DER3KTHOMSON) September 29, 2017
If Pedro goes so does Miller there no place in the squad for a rat— Wamph (@Wamph1872) September 29, 2017
I would back Pedro any day of the week over the tarrier Miller— Craig Warnock (@WombleRFC) September 29, 2017
Barry Ferguson is a club legend who gave everything for us. Miller is a badge thumping, money chasing, average player who played for them.— Meiks (@RFC_72) September 29, 2017
Rangers are fifth in the Scottish Premiership table at the moment with 11 points from seven matches, while Old Firm rivals Celtic are at the top of the standings with 19 points.