Kenny Miller

Jjbscotty

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He had a very good career with us and loved a goal against that mob, he made a mistake in 2006 but he done more than enough for me to forgive him as he played an integral part in us winning 3IAR.
 

cav

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As a player on the park he was an excellent professional.

That’s it for me. I’d like to be the bigger man etc but loyalty should be a minimum requirement.
 

Scooby

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I think he was a bit short of being a top level striker, he was somewhat lacking in skill and composure.

On the other hand, he made up for that with his determination and work rate.

He is the sort of player that good teams always have in their ranks, he gave you a 7-8/10 every week and you could always rely on him.
 

LJ50

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He had an incredible work ethic which reflected in how for he was, to ven n his late 30s.

The tim thing sullies it for me, sorry, it just does.
No need for apologies mate, I think many of us feel the same.

A player for whom I have a lot of respect; I admire his professionalism and his single-mindedness and the fact he absolutely hates losing. He was an excellent servant to Rangers during his spells with us, and clearly thinks of us as his club. But I’ll never have genuine affection for him, because of that black mark.

Also, like Barry before him, I don’t like Rangers players undermining the manager. Especially not by running to the media. No matter that he was right about Pedro’s ineptitude and Murty’s weakness (as Ferguson was about Le Guen); you don’t do it.
 
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CoplandJay

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I was a bit young to remember much of his first spell with us, so when he signed with the taigs i wasn’t hurt much! When Walter brought him back i knew there was a good reason and now have absolutely no doubts over his commitment and effort to Rangers and just the game in general.

As someone said above scotland would be much better off if we had more kenny millers.
A fantastic player right up until he retired.
 

Davidsmith1

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The fact he played with the tarriers probably means he'll never get the same recognition as he would've done otherwise and that's probably right.

He's already said he bitterly regrets making the move.

However, nobody could ever question his commitment and effort every time he pulled on the Royal Blue Jersey.

Very few Rangers players have put the tarriers to the sword more than Kenny.

He certainly cared a lot more than some so called big Rangers men.

A fabulous striker at his peak and a very good one even when he was past the peak.
Personally i think a hell of a lot of players have put them more to the sword than Miller
Novo, Ally, Barry , Lovenkrands, Baxter, Forrest , Millar , DJ, Stein , Johnston , English , Morton The list goes on. Fwiw i liked him till he played for them and i couldnt take to him after that.
 

NDC bear forever

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Great player. Could generally feel safe to stick a bet on him scoring against the scum.

would rather have had another year from Miller than signing Lafferty and Sadiq. He’d have still been good for 10-15 goals that season.

I just really wish he had never signed for them. WHY DID YE DAE IT, KENNY?!
Lets not rewrite history here, 95% of us all thought Miller was done before he left us.
 

NDC bear forever

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A really good servant for Rangers and probably would’ve been remembered more fondly if it wasn’t for his stint at the Tarriers.
 

MearnsUnionist

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Personally i think a hell of a lot of players have put them more to the sword than Miller
Novo, Ally, Barry , Lovenkrands, Baxter, Forrest , Millar , DJ, Stein , Johnston , English , Morton The list goes on. Fwiw i liked him till he played for them and i couldnt take to him after that.

I meant in my lifetime mate.

Should've stated that.

However, Kenny has certainly scored more against the tarriers than Lovenkrands, Ferguson, or the great Colin Stein, who funnily enough didn't have as prolific record against the scum as you would expect.
 
A player I liked very much and man of many clubs none of which I have any objections to as he had to earn a living as he probably didn't earn as much as they do now.
 

barcode

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I loved what he brought to a game but KM played for KM. Thats why he turned out for them and thats why he had THREE spells with us.
 

Davidsmith1

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I meant in my lifetime mate.

Should've stated that.

However, Kenny has certainly scored more against the tarriers than Lovenkrands, Ferguson, or the great Colin Stein, who funnily enough didn't have as prolific record against the scum as you would expect.
Parlane scored a load against them too. You didnt need to score against them to put them to the sword i meant’ they hated PL and Barry as they ran the show against them like Souness did in his first OF and Baxter every time.
 

The Busby Bear

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Great servant to the club, scored a shed load of goals. Obviously there's the black mark on his career but I think he more than made up for it.
 

Unicorn

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I was there when he scored his first for us at rugby park, 20 years ago now ffs.

Great servant over 3 spells, never gave anything less than 100%.
 

Camby loyalist

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The "Oh My God, You Signed Kenny" South Park banner at the piggery was hilarious. Especially considering how he scored in the match and they failed to handle him.

Some assist from Boruc, played the ball straight to his feet!!!
I remember the next day there was a photo of the banner lying in the stands having been flung away by the rhabid who made it. Probs after he scored his first goal against them that day lol
I can visualise the Tumbleweed. He silenced them.
I watched that game with my mate who supports Celtic, ( I know, I know) he was slagging me constantly about signing him before the game. We all know what happened next.
 

GavCo

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Scored many a big goal for us. I barely even remember him playing for them.

One of my modern favourite players. Would love another striker in his mould at the club now.
 
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