Three reasons why Caixinha should relish Sunday’s trip to Aberdeen
Proving the doubters wrong
It’s fair to say that in the wake of poor results at home to Motherwell and Kilmarnock, the doubters who were initially sceptical about Pedro Caixinha taking charge are even more so now.
Journalists like Graham Spiers have been quick to criticise the team, even calling the appointment of the new Rangers boss ‘baffling’ in recent tweets.
What is beyond dispute is the mediocre, utterly unremarkable track-record. That is the baffling part of it. https://t.co/L4Shva9arz
— Graham Spiers (@GrahamSpiers) April 4, 2017
Getting a big win at Pittodrie would certainly shut people like him up and give the Rangers supporters a much needed shot in the arm.
It’s far to early to judge the new manager at Ibrox, especially as he hasn’t had a transfer window to work with, and even defeat against the Dons would tell us little about the man.
It’s a case of nothing to lose, everything to gain at Pittodrie and if we were in the Rangers hotseat, we’d relish that opportunity.