Video: Watch Roaring Ibrox Welcome Pedro Caixinha Before First Game

Video: Watch Roaring Ibrox Welcome Pedro Caixinha Before First Game

A roaring Ibrox welcomed Pedro Caixinha before his first game as Rangers manager this afternoon.

The Portuguese boss is in the dugout for the first time after replacing Mark Warburton at the start of this week.

It’s been an exciting week for everyone involved with the club after a great 1-1 draw at rivals Celtic and Caixinha starting his first week in the job.

Hamilton were the opponents for today’s game at Ibrox – and a packed stadium made sure to welcome Caixinha with a wall of noise as he walked out of the tunnel before kick-off:

That is some noise from the Ibrox support as they see their new manager in action for the first time.

And a strong performance followed it as Rangers hit four past Hamilton thanks to goals from Emerson Hyndman, Clint Hill, Martyn Waghorn and Lee Wallace.

The victory ensures they keep up with second-placed Aberdeen after the Dons beat Hearts 2-0 earlier in the day.


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