I don’t think Rangers will get second now . . . It was a surprise appointment for everybody. Is it the right one? We will have to wait and see. I hope it is the right one
play, some of them, and it is just a shame how the season has went for some of the boys. There have been some poor signings as well.”
Prior to Caixinha’s arrival earlier this month, Miller spoke about his desire to see former team-mate Derek McInnes handed the Rangers job for his work at Aberdeen. The fact he has the Pittodrie club eight points clear of Rangers with a vastly smaller budget makes it surprising he wasn’t even spoken to by the Ibrox board during the selection process.
While Miller is content to back the man who did get the job, he still is at a loss to explain why such a top candidate wasn’t even considered.
“I don’t know why they didn’t,” he said. “He has done great. His budget is not as big as Rangers’ but he has a strong squad and he has done well with his budget.”