By Harvey Byrne
Newly appointed manager Pedro Caixinha shared to fans “all together we’ll be stronger” ahead of his first match in charge of Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
The 46-year-old Portuguese boss is being welcomed to Scottish football at the famous Ibrox ground where they will meet 11th placed side Hamilton.
The Gers met the Accies earlier in the month under caretaker Graeme Murty which saw them achieve a 6-0 demolition over their Premiership counterparts in the Scottish Cup.
Caixinha will be hoping for a similar scoreline on Saturday, but more importantly he will just be looking for the three points and he shared on his personal Twitter account in the morning that he will meet the fans later.
— Pedro Caixinha (@PedroCaixinha) March 18, 2017
Caixinha made the switch to Scotland from Qatari club Al-Gharafa, who he has left in fifth place in the top division after working at the club for 15 months.
He takes over from Mark Warburton and the temporary charge of Murty on the Ibrox touchline, who has left Rangers in third place.
Caixinha’s aim will now be to get the 54-time league title winners back within the top two of Scotland and competing with fierce rivals Celtic once again.
In other Rangers news, Gers fans have urged Caixinha to start this player against Hamilton.