Madcap Pedro Caixinha has told the dogs to keep on barking!
Having used up more than his quota of English language managerial psycho babble to talk his way around a string of humiliating performances the fifth best coach in Qatar has returned to his native Portuguese.
Most Ibrox fans have grown as embarrassed by his media stunts as they have by his side;s performances but in Pedro’s world it’s siege mentality time as he attempts to hang on to his job.
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In an article on the club website titled ‘Let the dogs bark’ the current Ibrox boss claimed: â€œI always feel the fans are on side (Pedro also feels that he has the best squad in Scotland)..
â€œI am not a guy that goes too much on the street, but when I go I feel a real support from the fans and I feel a real support when they are with us in the stadium and when they go to away stadiums to support the team.
â€œWhat I need to tell you, and itâ€™s a Portuguese saying but itâ€™s an interesting one, is that â€˜the dogs bark and the caravan passesâ€™ â€“ the caravan keeps moving, the caravan keeps going.
â€œThat means we are focussed on our work, we are focussing on our job and we are all together in the same direction.â€�
Out on the streets Pedro will find unanimous support from fans of every club in Scotland as well as pockets of Luxembourg.
With another master-class in deflection completed he has avoided explaining why the best squad in Scotland only managed to take one point from two home games against Hibs and Hearts.
If Sevco go into the international break trailing the lead leaders by seven or eight points Pedro may find more than the dogs barking at him as the reality of seven-in-a-row gets ever closer.