Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has tried to ingratiate himself with the Rangers support following their final league game of the season, a 2-1 win over St.Johnstone.
Caixinha joined in with elements of the Rangers support who invaded the sidelines at McDiarmid Park to do their ‘celebration’ the bouncy.
In what has been an abysmal season for the Ibrox side, which saw them sack manager Mark Warburton in March and finish third in what was supposedly a two-horse race in the Scottish Premiership.
After the final whistle, Caixinha went to the away fans and was caught up in a group of them doing the bouncy:
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha joins in the bouncy with fans after his side’s 2-1 win over St Johnstone pic.twitter.com/0Th8Jb0fQc
— Andy Newport (@AndyNewportPA) May 21, 2017
Most managers win over their fans by winning games and trophies, not joining in with a ‘celebration’ after a season that saw city rivals Celtic finish as champions 39 points clear.
It will be interesting to see the changes that Caixinha makes during the summer, with his ultimate goal to close the gap on champions Celtic and secure second place, and if chairman Dave King provides him with the funds to do so.