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Kenny Miller Pictured as Livingston Manager For the First Time

Kenny Miller Pictured as Livingston Manager For the First Time

Kenny Miller is the new Livingston manager – and he’s been pictured for the first time with their scarf around his neck.

The former Scotland striker’s contract at Rangers expired this summer, paving the way for him to move on to a new challenge for the 2018/19 season.

At one point it looked like he could return to boyhood club Hibs, who he played for at the beginning of his career.

But that move quickly went quiet, with Miller emerging as the favourite to replace David Hopkin as Livi manager.

Hopkin left that role shortly after leading Livi to promotion via the playoffs at the end of last season, opening the door for a new gaffer to lead their challenge of staying in the Premiership next season.

And it’s Miller who is that man – announced as the new manager at the Toni Macaroni Arena on a two-year deal:

Miller will now start work on strengthening Livingston’s squad going into their first top-flight campaign since the 2005/06 campaign.

They’ll face Celtic in their Premiership opener on August 4th.

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