Pedro Caixinha failed to understand what it takes to win games with Rangers | Ewan Murray

Portuguese at Ibrox joins the ranks of left-field coaches who arrived in Scotland’s Premiership but were destined for short stays

Top-class foresight was hardly required before suggesting Pedro Caixinha and Rangers may not prove to be an effective alliance. Or a long-term one.

One glance at his CV at the time of his appointment was sufficient to raise eyebrows concerning a coach prone to changing job with such regularity it seemed odd that Rangers, a club desperate for stability, would be attracted to him in the first place.

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