TWO Rangers players are set to be suspended by the club after a bust-up with manager Graeme Murty in the aftermath of Sunday’s Old Firm defeat.
According to reports, senior stars Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace were involved in an angry exchange after full time in the 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic.
Neither player played during the match, with club captain Wallace sidelined due to injury and 38-year-old striker Miller an unused substitute.
The pair will learn their fate at a meeting this morning.
Wallace is likely to be suspended, but Miller could be told his Rangers career is over with his contract running out at the end of the season.
The derby humiliation caused tempers to flare among the Ibrox side.
Midfielder Andy Halliday vented his rage as he took his place among the substitutes when Graeme Murty replaced him with Josh Windass just before the break, with Celtic leading 2-0.
And midfielder Daniel Candeias walked straight up the Hampden Park tunnel in the 52nd minute when he was hooked for defender Bruno Alves, following Ross McCrorie’s red card.
Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty were also involved in a brief spat.
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