KENNY Miller spoke to RangersTV after Rangers lost to Hamilton at Ibrox. The striker gave the following reaction.
The striker said: “It is disappointing; we had more than enough chances to have won the game.
“Goals change games, there is no doubt about that and after the first-half we should have been coming in at least a goal or two up for the chances we had created and the play.
“Second-half again it was all hands on deck; it was an unfortunate mistake from Ross at the start.
“If you go down a goal it is always going to be tough to get back in it and the lads sort of plugged away but ultimately it is not good enough, we know that.
“The chance that were there on another day could have given us three or four goals but there is no getting away from the fact that is another three points gone at home.
“You can never come up with why you’re not scoring them because we have scored a decent volume of goals over the last few games and today it just escaped us in front of goal.
“Final pass again was not great and neither was the last decision or execution. It is disappointing.
“It is a horrendous stat that we haven’t won three in a row; it is a damning statistic against the team that we have not put a run of consistency together.
“Had we won today we wouldn’t have achieved anything, it would have been a monkey off our back but that’s all.
“I said all along that if we want to have any success over the course of the season then three wins is not enough, it needs to be six, seven or eight.
“You need to be putting runs together over the course of the season two or three times not just once.
“That is something we touched on at the end of last season and at the start of this season, that if we are going to be successful we need to have a better level of consistency.
“We need to get over that stat and we need to kick on, once you get three you need to get four and then five, six and seven and that is the only way you’re going to be successful over the course of this season.”
Alfredo Morelos had the bulk of Rangers chances against Accies as the striker tried to net his first goal in nine games.
The 38-year-old continued: “He has been unfortunate with a few of the chances he had today, the header came at him very quickly in the first-half and normally you would see him get a full head on that and it fly in the back of the goal.
“I am sure he is just trying to head it down and get it on target but unfortunately it went over the bar.
“He had another header off the bar and striker’s go through these spells where the goals can be flying in, like they were at the start for him and at the moment it’s just not dropping for him.
“But it is not just Alfredo, there have been three, four, five players who have had opportunities to score today with good chances and they have not taken them.
Miller had sympathy for Ross McCrorie who at 19-years-old made the mistake which led to David Templeton’s opener.
“It is always going to happen, you are going to have a game where things go against you and he is unfortunate it has led to a goal and what cost us at the start of the half.
“He picked himself up again and he wasn’t hiding which is always a good trait for a Rangers player.
“He know everybody is behind him in that dressing room and these things happen, it is just unfortunate we have not been able to rescue him today and get ourselves back in it.”