The Portuguese coach was sent to the stands as he watched helplessly from the sidelines as Louis Moult inspired the Steelmen to a 2-0 victory at Hampden, and a date with Celtic in next month’s final.
Pedro Caixinha is here to speak to the media ahead of Rangers v Kilmarnock on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/yspruRGbAG
— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) October 23, 2017
Rangers supporters have vented their fury at Caixinha online following the defeat, and it turns out the Gers boss has done the same to his bewildered squad.
Ahead of Wednesday night’s Premiership clash with Kilmarnock at Ibrox, Caixinha sat down in-front of the Scottish media this afternoon, and he well and truly threw his players under the bus:
Pedro Caixinha says Rangers players "embarrassed" him and club yesterday
— Andy Newport (@AndyNewportPA) October 23, 2017
Pedro Caixinha says it doesn't look like the players are mentally tough enough. Told the players they embarrassed the club after sf loss. pic.twitter.com/rRrOiI8nZo
— Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) October 23, 2017
Pedro Caixinha accuses Rangers players of embarrassing the club.
— Raman Bhardwaj (@STVRaman) October 23, 2017
With fans turning against him and the pressure turned up full, is Caixinha right to turn on his players like this?
Does the Portuguese coach still have a long-term future at the club?