Miller started his career at Ibrox, spending six seasons in the Light Blue jersey, before going on to play for Leicester City, Dundee United and Brisbane Roar.
However, it’s undeniable that the most successful period of Miller’s playing days came when he represented Rangers, as he won four league titles and the League Cup.
And it should come as no surprise that the early stages of Miller’s career were so successful, when you consider he was lining up alongside the likes of Ally McCoist, Brian Laudrup and Paul Gascoigne.
Although, being part of such a star-studded squad came at a price, when Miller tried to tease Albertz during a training session.
During an interview with OpenGoal, Miller revealed Albertz “stuck the nut” in him after he called his team-mate a “German bastard”:
WATCH MONDAY @ 5PM: @siferry8 Meets… @CharlieMiller76! Some great stories from the ex @RangersFC & @dundeeunitedfc man including one about how the Castlemilk survival tactics came out in a fight between himself and his big mate Jorg Albertz at training 😂🥊 pic.twitter.com/Y6dRqDwqW1
— Open Goal (@opengoalsport) March 16, 2018
Can always rely on Coisty for a perfectly-timed one-liner!