By Danny Wright
Chris Sutton has blasted Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha in a stunning rant about his conduct in the last few weeks.
The former Celtic and Chelsea striker believes that the Light Blues are “doomed” so long as the Portuguese boss is at the Ibrox helm and has pointed out several flaws in his behaviour.
Caixinha has been in a war-of-words with Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes this week ahead of their clash with one another on Wednesday night, which the Dons won 2-1.
And Sutton thinks that Caixinha’s recklessness in front of the media could make the Gers supporters lose belief in his ability to take their club to the next level.
“They don’t have any style under Pedro and all this stuff this week is unsavoury,” said Sutton in a video on BT Sport Football’s Twitter account.
😴 No style
👀 Better with Warburton
😮 Loose cannon
Chris Sutton says "Rangers will be doomed under Pedro Caixinha!" pic.twitter.com/8znwadeGaA
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“Concentrate on the job in hand. More pertinently going into the transfer window, can you trust him with the stuff he’s come out with? He is a loose cannon.
“Let me tell you; Rangers will be doomed under Pedro Caixinha.”
Caixinha took charge of his tenth Rangers game on Wednesday night but his record since taking over from Mark Warburton and caretaker boss Graeme Murty hasn’t exactly been what the fans hoped for.
Since his first game against Hamilton in mid-March, the Light Blues have won just five times and have suffered humiliating defeats to Scottish champions, and Old Firm rivals, Celtic.
Sutton makes no secret of his animosity towards Rangers having made a habit of scoring against them during his playing days with the Bhoys.
He made 127 league appearances for the Hoops, scoring 63 times.