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Rangers have fined club captain Lee Wallace the maximum four weeks' wages after a dressing-room bust-up with former manager Graeme Murty, STV can reveal.

Veteran striker Kenny Miller, 38, has also been dealt a financial punishment, which is believed to be less severe.

The club took action after Wallace, 30, vented his anger at Murty following the 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to celtic in April, with team-mate Miller also heavily critical.

The Rangers hierarchy felt that the pair crossed a line and, after talks with managing director Stewart Robertson and human resources staff, both players were suspended on full pay and told to stay away.

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However much you hate Miller, a dressing room bust-up after a humiliating defeat, resulting in fucking disciplinary proceedings, HR departments, players unions and all the rest of it, is utterly embar

For what reason?for completely losing the head with the manager and players after one of the most embarrassing results in our history.Accept mediocrity and thats what you will get for fuck sake.

How Murty is still at our club is astonishing. Little shitebag. Too veteran players calling a spade a spade. Nothing more.

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this is a joke. If the board feel it was appropriate to sack him then whys it inappropriate for the Clubs captain and one of its most experienced players to vent their anger at what was an utterly disgraceful performace?

Last season should be left in the past and the new manager should have the option of using these players if he wishes instead of this dragging on and on

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27 minutes ago, Rfc52 said:

Kenny is away anyway but an absolute fucking joke they were told to stay away imo

We as a club decided to take our Captain and Vice Captain out our squad if the SFA had banned them for 5 games we would be up in arms , strange decisions by Robertson

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It's done and dusted now. If they lost the plot after the celtic game I can understand but if it was Infront of the squad about the manager and he was there I can see the problem . However a strong manager would have dealt with it. Miller's time was up but Wallace could still be used as back up LB, we have no other. If he is a bad influence then get rid of him but I have never thought of him in those terms. 

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I have no care about the rights and wrongs of what happened but the people who allowed this disciplinary to become a media focal point should all be sacked. Never see Parks of Hamilton personnel issues being reported so why has Douglas Park allowed this to happen at Rangers?

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Fine(ed)…….but what happens next?   Is that the end of it and they are back among the ranks as part of SGs plans?   Some have said Miller is off but is that official....has he actually left the Club?

This has the feel of being about having let time elapse for things to cool down followed by being seen to have taken some action so its a fine - stuff players on their wages can easily afford......then matter closed and its all down to the players preparing for a new season under a new manager.   Meanwhile Murty gets his conscience salved by the knowledge that punishment has been meted out.   And anyhow what's happening with Murty?  Has he gone?  Is he still with the Club?  Is he still going to be with the Club next season?


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