By Harvey Byrne
Pedro Caixinha has sent out a clear warning to his Rangers players after calling in Michael O’Halloran, Rob Kiernan and Harry Forrester for early-morning training sessions, according to a report.
The Daily Record has claimed that the trio have been made an example of with the three players being ordered into the club’s Auchenhowie headquarters before breakfast time on Sunday morning.
It is detailed that they were put through their paces at the deserted complex by fitness coach Craig Flannigan and that this was all underway more than an hour before the rest of the first team squad reported for a pre-match breakfast.
O’Halloran, Kiernan and Forrester did however rejoin their team mates at training on Tuesday morning, but it is said that Caixinha will clamp down on anyone he deems to have crossed the line in the future.
The Portuguese boss took up the reigns at the club in March following the departure of Mark Warburton.
He has since had a tough time in charge, picking up just four wins from eight matches to go alongside two defeats and two draws.
But, he will be hoping for more success in the next campaign once he’s had a summer in control of the club.
In other Rangers news, a 35-time capped international interesting the Gers has held talks with a Premiership club.