A life in Fort Lauderdale is hardly likely to be disrupted by the convulsions of Scottish football, even if he is on the verge of buying Rangers.
Miller has a leading accountancy firm working on his bid, and Scottish advisers who know the complex mix of rivalry, prejudice, one-upmanship, morality, commerce, justice and sporting ethics that are currently jostling for prominence in the wake of the Ibrox club's financial crisis. Miller will be aware of the competing interests reacting to the prospect of him applying for a newco Rangers to join the Scottish Premier League, but does he truly understand the significance?
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