Pedro Caixinha was the shortest serving manager in Rangers’ history.
It never really worked out for the Portuguese at Ibrox. He came in and spent plenty of money, but failed to get the best out of the players.
A few months back, it looked as though his methods were working wonders elsewhere.
Now at Cruz Azul, he came within one win of delivering their first Mexican Championship in 21 years.
Since then, though, there has been a dramatic drop off in form.
During the second half of the season, his side have been struggling in both league and cup competitions.
They went winless through the entirety of last month.
In six consecutive matches they suffered three defeats and ground out three 1-1 draws.
Finally, though, at the weekend, his fortunes changed.
Eduardo Herrera, a player Caixinha brought to Ibrox, should have lined up for the opposition, but he has been sidelined through injury for a number of recent matches.
The result means the controversial former boss can perhaps breathe a little easier. However, it’s still abundantly clear that Rangers have upgraded in bringing in Steven Gerrard.
The scouser is surely the leading candidate for SPL Manager of the Month after an unbeaten February.
Contrastingly, his predecessor is having to scrap for every point.
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