I said a couple of weeks ago that Pedro Caixinha was cutting off his nose to spite his face in the situation with Kenny Miller.

Look at the Motherwell game. Rangers were a goal down, Kenny wasn’t in the squad and Pedro had to turn to Aaron Nemane to try and win him the semi-final.

At the end of the day, the manager is there to win games and be successful for the club and Kenny not being in the squad didn’t give him the best chance of doing that.

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Yes, he didn’t have a great start to the season, I accept that. But he shouldn’t have been left out of the squad.

He is someone that can come on and change a game, he is someone that will give his all for the team and that can inspire those around him.

You could see that in the way that he played at Murrayfield on Saturday as he scored two goals and set up the third with a terrific through ball for Josh Windass.

He wants to do well for the club and the supporters and he put in a really good performance.

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I thought Pedro was so naïve with whole situation. Maybe he was trying to prove a point but, at the end of the day, he is no longer there and Kenny is still at Rangers.

The fans are certainly with him and the reception that he got before, during and after the game would have meant a lot to him.

He will have a major part to play for Rangers this season. I was delighted to see him back, and being the captain as well.