The Rangers boss spoke yesterday about the Steelmen not being able to finish the final against Celtic next month with 11 men due to what he perceived as their overly aggressive approach in the 2-0 win at Hampden on Sunday.
Bruno Alves and Dalcio were among the Rangers players to criticise the way Motherwell play football – and we’re sure Fabio Cardoso wasn’t too happy considering his game ended early due to a broken nose.
But Robinson obviously doesn’t agree with Caixinha – and took a dig at the Gers manager while speaking at his press conference this morning:
On Rangers manager's claim Motherwell wouldn't keep 11 men on the park in the final: "Pedro doesn't need to concern himself about the final" pic.twitter.com/bKpbWB7UtI
— Gavin McCafferty (@GavinMcCafferty) October 24, 2017
Obviously Caixinha doesn’t need to concern himself with the final given his team isn’t there, but it’s still interesting to see this rivalry between the clubs continue.
Robinson was speaking this morning ahead of his side’s Premiership clash with Dundee at Dens Park tomorrow night.