Video: Kenny Miller justifies Celtic move, wanted to play for a winning team

Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller has opened up about his spell with Celtic. The Scottish forward started his career at Hibs before moving to Rangers in 2000. Following this spell at Ibrox, he moved to Wolves before joining Gordon Strachan’s Celtic in 2006.

The move caused a great degree of controversy, given his previous allegiances but he was a hard working pro. Much of the dislike directed to Miller came when he joined Rangers a year later following the worst ever Premier League season with Derby County.

Miller played 46 times for Celtic across a 15 month spell before leaving for Derby County. His time at the club is not fondly remembered owing to the fact he then signed for Rangers and wildly made his feelings towards the club known when he scored for them at Celtic Park. However, his first Celtic goal came against Rangers and he then celebrated with gusto. Miller was a model pro and whilst coaching hasn’t gone his way, he will be keen to make a mark for himself in the coaching sphere even if this move didn’t work out.

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