Perhaps Pedro Caixinha’s arrival at Ibrox has been met with bemusement somewhat by most of the punters in the Transfer Tavern, though there’s little doubting some of our drinkers reserve an element of excitement about this new dawn.
While not a huge amount is known in regards to the Portuguese, the Gers are begging he’s the man to help them catch Celtic atop the Scottish Premiership over the next few years, so reports in the Scottish Sun have gone down a storm today.
They’re revealed Ibrox legend Kenny Miller could be handed a role within the new coaching regime as his playing time with the Gers comes to an end. Despite his ageing years, the former Scotland international is widely regarded by our locals as probably the club’s best player this season, though his contract is winding down.
With that in mind, the new boss is understood to be considering handing the 37-year-old a role as first-team coach, as he reportedly wants a Scottish influence in his backroom staff. Having played for the club three times, as well as rivals Celtic and Hibernian, Miller knows the SPFL both inside and out.
Another legend in Barry Ferguson is understood to have been discussed, though Miller is said to be the front-runner as the new era begins. As you can imagine, this has sparked celebration amongst our drinkers.
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