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Video: Pedro Caixinha Insists He’s ‘Strong Enough’ to Take Rangers Forward After Killie Draw

Video: Pedro Caixinha Insists He’s ‘Strong Enough’ to Take Rangers Forward After Killie Draw

Pedro Caixinha is clinging onto his job as Rangers manager tonight following his side’s 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock but the Portuguese coach insists he still has the strength to take the club forward.

It looked like Caixinha and his players were going to collect all three points after Jason Holt’s first goal in more than a year but they managed to somehow concede a 95th equaliser from Chris Burke.

The result leaves the Gers stuck in fourth position in the Scottish Premiership, and their hopes of challenging Celtic for the title – and probably Aberdeen for second-place – look dead in the water.

After tonight’s game, Caixinha fronted-up and spoke to the waiting media, and he remained defiant in his attitude:

As we told you earlier tonight, some bookmakers have already started pricing up favourites to replace the Portuguese coach, with Kenny Miller the 3/1 favourite.

Despite his stance, do you think Caixinha has any long-term future at Ibrox?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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