Well the strangest saga in recent memory at Ibrox is now over – Pedro Caixinha has been confirmed new manager on a three-year deal, and it goes without saying he comes here to fans’ warmest welcomes and best wishes on turning this squad round.
Many fans have doubts about his qualifications for the role, and while retaining that caution, Ibrox Noise urges all supporters to get 100% behind the new man and give him our full backing.
Rangers today confirmed that the deal was rubber-stamped on his arrival, and Caixinha will be at Parkhead tomorrow to taste for himself the vitriol and claustrophobia that is the Old Firm derby, before he takes full charge on Monday with interim boss Graeme Murty returning to the U20s.
The latter did, for a man completely out of his comfort zone, an ultimately honourable job and even got two impressive wins during his brief stint, and our thanks to him for taking such responsibility on the chin.
He will be glad though to return to his day job while the new man takes the reins formally next week.
If Pedro Caixinha was in any doubt of the gravity of the job of managing Rangers, tomorrow’s clash at the East will dispel it.
Welcome to Rangers Pedro, good luck and here is hoping the future is bright.