Lee McCulloch defends Rangers duo after Graeme Murty bust-up

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Rangers have suspended Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller and will investigate the players' conduct following Sunday's defeat by Celtic.

The two were involved in a heated bust up with the Rangers manager as they read the riot act following the defeat, and it has led to another off the field incident at Ibrox.

"The club will make no further comment until this investigation has been completed". Both are senior figures in the Rangers side and they made their feelings towards Murty a little bit too clear.

Murty was reportedly fuming at their conduct and has told the Rangers hierarchy that he wants them out of his squad for the final month of the season.

"Think it's obvious now Murty is way out his depth but he has been thrown to the lions on and off the park by Dave King & Co".

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This comes after the Scottish Sun reported earlier today that the Glasgow giants are to immediately end the Ibrox career of striker Miller by paying up his contract in full and showing him the exit door.

Rangers are second in the Scottish Premiership, 13 points behind Celtic at the split with five games remaining.

In a statement released by the club, it was confirmed that Miller and club captain Lee Wallace have been suspended.

Indeed, the suspension will bring a sad end to the Rangers career of Miller as he is unlikely to play again this season and his contract will expire upon the conclusion of the campaign.