Open Goal - Kenny Miller

Royalblue55

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Can you show us a picture of him kissing the Celtic badge if you can I will put £100 into any charity you pick , if you can’t then you give Erskine the same £100.
No photoshop though
Did he not kiss it when he scored a penalty against us? Memory might be a bit foggy for obvious reasons.
 

Jimmy Jazz

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Anyone who thumps their badge shouldn’t be welcome in Ibrox. Glad he’s retired now and we hopefully don’t need to see anymore of him around Ibrox.
Just need Naismith to retire now and I won't have to suffer fellow bears being desperate to see former players who stabbed us in the back making a return.

As for this interview, unless he apologises for signing for the scum or actually says something interesting about what happened under Pedro, I think I'll give this a swerve.
 

Its-Sebo

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A fantastic player for us arguably the best striker we have had these past 13/14 years even when pushing 40 the Tim’s were still terrified of him and he still delivered in some real shocking sides just past.

Hall of fame 100 percent.
Our best striker in the last 13/14 years? Simmer down
 

Necro

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A fantastic player for us arguably the best striker we have had these past 13/14 years even when pushing 40 the Tim’s were still terrified of him and he still delivered in some real shocking sides just past.

Hall of fame 100 percent.
Morelos, Jelavic and Boyd were all better for a start and that's without thinking about it.

Miller knew what it meant to play for Rangers and still signed for them, I've never seen him go more mental than he did after scoring against us.

It's absolutely mental that the same people who call him a legend boo Scott Allan whenever he touches the ball
 

Super Ally Does It Again

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Morelos, Jelavic and Boyd were all better for a start and that's without thinking about it.

Miller knew what it meant to play for Rangers and still signed for them, I've never seen him go more mental than he did after scoring against us.

It's absolutely mental that the same people who call him a legend boo Scott Allan whenever he touches the ball
He was better for us than all those strikers imo jelavic didn’t hang around long enough not a chance Boyd was better and neither Morelos too .

Miller was better for Rangers than all of them.
 

supersonic

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i find it baffling he was chucked under the bus for basically telling the squad that getting shagged 4-0 at Hampden is unacceptable? also don't forget that Murty hung Halliday out to dry by subbing him at HT.

his bit about Pedro preparing for Motherwell type games based on Motherwell vs other league opposition, without considering they would completely alter their system vs us. the board fucked 18-24 months of all our time and money by appointing Pedro. then appointing Murty from December to June. no wonder he went ballistic after the cup game vs them.
 

Super Ally Does It Again

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Miller was important for us but that's a different argument from who was the best striker.

To say he was a better striker than any of Jelavic/Boyd/Morelos is absolutely ludicrous.
I said he was better for Rangers mate and he was imo of course.

It’s like when I say Butcher was a better player than Gough but Gough was better for Rangers.
 

Teddyjohn

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Just listened to the interview and was interesting at times albeit one of the more boring Open Goal Si Ferry interviews.
 

Jase

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think you need to get your own patter instead of recycling FF sound bites. what do you actually mean by this? is Jase a Jase fan?
I think what I mean by this is fairly clear in the post.

As far as being a Jase fan is concerned I’ll take a wild guess that you’re not one. :D
 

gizmico1986

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I don’t know Si Ferry well at all but he comes into my work quite a bit and chats away to me about football. He told me months ago that this had been filmed but afterwards Kenny had phoned him and the producers and told them to leave certain bits out, which has resulted in the interview being heavily edited. He wouldn’t tell me what parts had been left out mind you. Will ask him next time I see him.
 

D-Von

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A fantastic player for us arguably the best striker we have had these past 13/14 years even when pushing 40 the Tim’s were still terrified of him and he still delivered in some real shocking sides just past.

Hall of fame 100 percent.
Sorry but no who ever played for them should ever be in our HOF

No matter what they achieve with us
 

5*RFC

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Miller knew what it meant to play for Rangers and still signed for them, I've never seen him go more mental than he did after scoring against us.
Yep he went absolutely wild when he scored against us for the green and grey, was almost as warped as him signing for them.
 

subversive_bear

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Yep he went absolutely wild when he scored against us for the green and grey, was almost as warped as him signing for them.
He was just as bad when fester Graveson scored against us. Acted like it was the greatest moment of his life when it wasn't even him that scored. Miller was a great servant to Rangers whilst employed by the club - but describing himself as a Rangers fan is a joke. A Rangers fan would not act like that.

For those advocating him as a future Hall of Fame inductee - listen to his words - he went to Celtic because he saw that as his chance to win things and be successful, he doesn't regret it and he thinks that it is a great club and the fans are 'brand new'.
 
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elbufalo

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I don’t know Si Ferry well at all but he comes into my work quite a bit and chats away to me about football. He told me months ago that this had been filmed but afterwards Kenny had phoned him and the producers and told them to leave certain bits out, which has resulted in the interview being heavily edited. He wouldn’t tell me what parts had been left out mind you. Will ask him next time I see him.
I think there's a bit missing when he's talking about the beginning under Pedro, then it skips to him talking about being frozen out under him. Probably more bits cut out as well.
 

SimonLeBon

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He has to feed his family mate, and he does that by playing football.
When it is a job and a profession, then you simply put your supporting instincts on a back burner whilst you get on with the day job.
It may be mercenary, but most of us tend to accept being a mercenary if it means getting a decent cut of the economy.
Maybe if he had an offer from Rangers at the same time as he signed for The Filth, he would never have felt the need to sign for them.
Not sure if true but I was told he did have the chance and chose them. Can anyone enlighten us on this?
 

Maguslie

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Great Professional, really entertaining interview. Did not like everything he said, but hey, its his life.
 

AzorIbrox

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Miller was nothing but a top professional his entire career and it was really disappointing the way it ended for him with us. In three different spells he gave his all every time. His goals speak for themselves but as for his controversial end to his career I tend to be on his side.

He saw through the fraud that was Pedro Caixinha immediately. A disgraceful appointment by the board that set us back even further and cost us millions of pounds in the process. Leaking stories to the press was a bad way to go about things admittedly but maybe he felt it was the only way to force change.

And as for that horrible day at Hampden, him and Wallace had every right to tear the players to shreds. I'd be disappointed if those incidents weren't happening in our dressing room after bad results to be honest. To suspend and banish two players that actually cared was another bad call.
 

sifter

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Who was the cause of the breakdown in his move to Fiorentina? Couldn’t work out what was said between them, a ex manager of Ferry’s?
 

daviemc1872

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i've always liked miller, he was excellent for us in walters second spell , he was right at the top of his game and always gave 100%, didnt leave in the best circumstances but we were a farce at that time
 

Jase

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Professionals looking out for themselves-who’d have thunk it
I’d be the first to acknowledge that he was a good pro, kept himself in top shape and did his best wherever he played.

But he sold his soul to the devil when he moved in with the kiddy fiddlers.

Also we’ll probably never know what happened wi him , Wallace and Murty but I’ll wager KM wasn’t totally innocent in that one.
 

Derek76

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i find it baffling he was chucked under the bus for basically telling the squad that getting shagged 4-0 at Hampden is unacceptable? also don't forget that Murty hung Halliday out to dry by subbing him at HT.

his bit about Pedro preparing for Motherwell type games based on Motherwell vs other league opposition, without considering they would completely alter their system vs us. the board fucked 18-24 months of all our time and money by appointing Pedro. then appointing Murty from December to June. no wonder he went ballistic after the cup game vs them.
Who did Dave King back?

Rangers fans are easily pleased these days, Kenny Miller a Rangers legend, haha don’t me laugh
 
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