Glasgow Rangers cult hero Kenny Miller, who had three spells at Ibrox, has announced his retirement.

A number of Glasgow Rangers fans have been commenting on the news that Ibrox cult hero Kenny Miller has retired from professional football aged 40.

The former Scotland international, who enjoyed three spells at Rangers, has decided to hang up his boots after a 22-year career.

 

The announcement was made through the Twitter account of Miller’s representatives, Avid Sports & Entertainment Group.

Miller worked his way through the ranks at Hibernian and made his senior debut in 1998 before joining Rangers for the first time two years later.

During his three stints at Ibrox, the striker made 265 competitive appearances, scoring 103 goals and claiming 57 assists (Transfermarkt).

Miller helped the Gers win three Scottish Premiership titles, one Scottish Cup, two Scottish League Cups and a Scottish Challenge Cup.

Here is what some Rangers fans said on social media after the announcement was made:

Miller also played for Stenhousemuir, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Celtic, Derby County, Bursaspor, Cardiff City, Vancouver Whitecaps, Livingston, Dundee and Partick Thistle.

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