21. september, 2017

Pedro Caixinha - I couldn't care less if Rangers go top of the table

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PEDRO Caixinha swears he couldn’t care less if Rangers sit top of the Scottish top flight for the first time in six years tomorrow night, writes Stewart Fisher, because he won’t look at the league table until the last day. A four-goal victory away to Partick Thistle at the Energy Check Stadium at Firhill would be sufficient to move the Ibrox side to the summit of the Scottish league ladder for the first time since December 2011. As big as that could be for the club’s fans, the Rangers manager claims he is only concerned about the big picture of his own side’s performances and results.

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