'Simply depressed' - Chris Sutton brutalises Rangers boss Caixinha with tirade of criticism
By Danny Wright
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has launched a tirade of criticism the way of Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha, brutalising him for all the contentious things he has said during his time in charge.
The Ibrox boss has found himself under heaps of pressure following Sunday’s Scottish League Cup final loss to Motherwell at Hampden which ended the Light Blues’ hopes of a final clash against Old Firm rivals Celtic next month.
Now, BT Sport pundit Sutton has piled the misery on Caixinha by bringing up all of the strange things he has previously said in press conferences during his six months at the Ibrox helm.
The ex-England international also said how he believes that the Rangers fans will be reacting to Caixinha’s reign in charge of the club.
“Pedro’s a walking contradiction, he’s the Portuguese Pied Piper and is leading the Rangers fans a merry dance,” said Sutton, as shown on BT Sport Football’s official Twitter account on Tuesday night.
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“Simply the best? They should be simply depressed the way their team has performed this season.
“We’ve had caravans, we’ve had vampires, we’ve had bull, we’ve had rats, we’ve had moles, we’ve had barking dogs.
“And if Rangers win a trophy under Pedro, you’ll see flying pigs.”
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) October 24, 2017
Rangers will no doubt be looking to respond on Wednesday night when they welcome Kilmarnock to Ibrox as Premiership action resumes.
It presents them with a chance to catch up to league leaders Celtic and Aberdeen, who will play each other at Pittodire at the same time.
The Hoops and the Dons are level on points at the top of the table with the Gers six points behind them.
Anything but a draw in that game will see Caixinha’s men move within touching distance of one of them as long as they manage to overcome Steve Clarke’s Killie.
In other Rangers news, Ally McCoist has slammed Caixinha for his contradictory remarks after the loss to Motherwell.