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Video: Charlie Nicholas Absolutely Slaughters Rangers Boss Pedro Caixinha

Video: Charlie Nicholas Absolutely Slaughters Rangers Boss Pedro Caixinha

Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas has taken an amazing swipe at Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha – and insisted the Portuguese coach thinks he owns the country.

The former Celtic and Arsenal striker was speaking in the wake of Aberdeen’s 2-1 win at Ibrox last night, which left the Dons nine points ahead of Rangers in second place in the Scottish Premiership.

And when asked for his thoughts on the current goings on at Rangers, Nicholas didn’t hold back and swiftly tore into Caixinha for his conduct since arriving in Glasgow back in March.

He was sitting alongside former Celtic captain Paul Lambert, who struggled to contain his laughter throughout:

Tell us what you really think, Charlie.

To be fair to Caixinha, he’s only been in charge for a total 10 matches over eight weeks – should he really be taking such severe criticism so soon?

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