Speaking to STV, Rangers icon John ‘Bomber’ Brown has offered his backing to Pedro Caixinha, believing he is doing one key thing differently compared to the last foreign manager the Gers had.
Caixinha has been the subject of intense press attention over the past few weeks, as you’d expect as a manager of Rangers or Celtic. That’s ramped up over the last few days after a poor result against Motherwell demonstrated that Rangers continue to be as inconsistent as ever this season.
One man is backing the new boss though, former player John ‘Bomber’ Brown, who recently interviewed for a position in Caixinha’s backroom staff.
Speaking to STV, Brown said:
I think if you look back to Paul Le Guen, he didn’t bring in any Scottish-based guys. Ultimately it cost him his job. Pedro knows he needs a third coach, or someone to lean on, to give him the information about Scottish football.
The next step in the Pedro Caixinha story at Rangers takes place tonight when they travel to Kilmarnock looking to get back to winning ways.
The Gers have already been held to a draw there this season but know that anything but a victory could finally put an end to any suggestion they can finish second.
A win is needed to at least give them a fighting chance heading into the weekend’s clash with Aberdeen.