Miller time once more for Rangers

Published: Saturday 14 June 2008, 10.00CET
Scotland striker Kenny Miller has become the first player in the modern era to cross the Old Firm divide twice after signing for Rangers FC in a €2.5m from Derby County FC.
Miller time once more for Rangers
Miller is reunited with old Scotland manager Walter Smith ©Getty Images
Published: Saturday 14 June 2008, 10.00CET

Miller time once more for Rangers

Scotland striker Kenny Miller has become the first player in the modern era to cross the Old Firm divide twice after signing for Rangers FC in a €2.5m from Derby County FC.

Scotland striker Kenny Miller has become the first player in the modern era to cross the Old Firm divide twice after rejoining Rangers FC in a €2.5m from Derby County FC. 

Miller delight
The 28-year-old, who left city rivals Celtic FC in the summer of 2007 in a €3.8m deal, has agreed a three-year contract with the Scottish Premier League club and returns seven years after leaving for Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. "It's taken longer than I expected but I'm delighted," said Miller.

Manager rapport
"When a club like Rangers comes calling it's always going to be hard to knock that back. I worked with the manager Walter Smith and assistant manager with Scotland. I get on really well with Walter and Ally [McCoist] both on and off the field and I felt they got the best out of me for the national team." Miller, who has scored 11 times for his country in 39 appearances, found the net just four times last season with relegated Premier League side Derby.

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Last updated: 14/06/08 20.35CET

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