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Video: Pedro Caixinha Confirms He Will Make a Change to Rangers Formation

Video: Pedro Caixinha Confirms He Will Make a Change to Rangers Formation

Pedro Caixinha has confirmed he will make a change to Rangers‘ usual formation.

The Portuguese manager is just a day away from his first game in charge of the club when his side face Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership at Ibrox.

It’s been interesting to see his approach to training in the several behind-the-scenes videos Rangers TV have released on their social media channels this week.

But it’s all about his first game and how Rangers will line up moving forward.

Fans were used to seeing them play a 4-3-3 under Mark Warburton and Graeme Murty didn’t make¬†huge changes to that after he took over – instead he used a 4-5-1 variation.

Caixinha has now revealed he will make his own changes to the team – starting in tomorrow’s game against Hamilton:

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It’s anyone’s guess what that change will be given Caixinha has only been in the job for a week.

What do you think Caixinha will alter?

Let us know in the comments below..

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