The Portuguese coach is enduring something of a torrid time at the moment, despite Friday night’s 4-1 victory over Hamilton Accies, with the Gers already six points behind bitter rivals Celtic after just eight matches.
Last week’s 2-0 defeat at home to the Hoops – accompanied by the embarrassing defeat in Europe to part-time minnows from Luxembourg Progrès Niederkorn back in August – has seen the pressure cranked up on Caixinha, but it seems he still has quite a few supporters online:
— Blue Sea Of Ibrox (@tbsoiforum) October 2, 2017
— Smiffy (@Smiffy54AC) October 1, 2017
— Morag (@WeeCID) October 1, 2017
— Jordan?? (@JordanA1872) October 1, 2017
Show all the haters the doubters and the shit talkers we shall not jump on that bandwagon,we stand by our manager #ImBackingPedro ?⚪️???
— SMITHY (@smithycrs92) October 1, 2017
— ??KB ?? (@oneloverfc1872) October 1, 2017
I like the #ImBackingPedro tag. Some positivity around the manager for a change. He has my support 110% ?
— Kirsten ? (@kirsten93_) October 1, 2017
— The Rangers Family ? (@OneFamily_RFC) October 2, 2017
?⚪️? Goodnight Bears ? #ImbackingPedro ? ?⚪️?
— Staunch Pedro (@j_f_77) October 1, 2017
— Robert Fulton (@RobertFulton78) October 1, 2017
He might be a crazy bastard but he's our crazy bastard #imbackingpedro
— jmf (@johnfinlayson13) October 1, 2017
— Beth x (@Titch9x) October 1, 2017
Pedro is the man?????? #imbackingpedro
— Paul (@paulgreig_) October 1, 2017
Since he came he has immersed himself in everything Rangers.
He has blue in his veins now.
He gets it.
That's why #imbackingpedro
— Craig Paterson (@Pattyscooler) October 1, 2017
#ImBackingPedro as I believe he is the man to bring back the good times at Rangers
— Ryan (@rfcryan1995) October 1, 2017
If you're a rangers fan that isn't backing our own teams manager there's something wrong #ImBackingPedro
— Andy ?? (@AndyF1872) October 1, 2017
#ImBackingPedro – Why? He's the Rangers manager. End of debate. ????
— Blue Flag Man (@IbroxCornerFlag) October 1, 2017
Quite a reaction, eh?
After the international break, Rangers face a tough trip to St. Johnstone on October 13, before facing Motherwell in the Betfred League Cup semi-final.
Will the majority of the Rangers fanbase still be backing Pedro come the end of the current campaign?
What do you think?