Rangers Coach Warns Gers To "Be Careful" Against St Johnstone

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 13, 2017

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has gone "back to basics" over the global break in a bid to improve his team's defensive record.

Pedro Caixinha has added further spice to Friday's clash between St Johnstone and Rangers by claiming he would change his training times to stop Saints getting inside information on his team.

"We didn't change our training regime, we didn't wait for them to finish training to get the team", he said.

Wright says that did not happen and accused Caixinha of a lack of respect.

"It just didn't happen so I now know what "fake news" means because it didn't happen".

If this is evident in Friday's trip to St Johnstone then Caixinha has little choice but to drop him the following week.

"We tried to second guess their team, which all managers do, but under no circumstances was I given the team or change training the day before the game because I do the same preparation, and it didn't happen".

The Light Blues have scored 17 goals in eight Premiership games this season, more than any other team other than leaders Celtic, but their goals against column of 11 is five higher than Aberdeen, who are level at the top with the Hoops on 20 points, and bigger than both Hearts and Motherwell.

"His mind games are working", he said.

"His focus should be chasing Celtic and making sure they don't get 10 in a row, rather than trying to play mind games and not showing respect to another manager". "He's enrolled in some university course in Portugal so they must be telling him that's how they deal with things".

"They have had a good start to the season, they are a tough team to play".

"Because when you tell untruths about another manager, that's not showing respect, and really that should be his focus".

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