Neil Lennon has become the latest SPFL manager to be critical of Pedro Caixinha.
The fifth best coach in Qatar seems to have an opinion on everything and even trims the league campaign down to seven matches to try and make a case for his club’s miserable season.
Derek McInnes didn’t take kindly to Caixinha’s verdict on Aberdeen or the less than subtle attempt to unsettle Ryan Jack.
New managers tend to show some courtesy to their counterparts who will in turn provide a few pointers on local rules of engagement.
With Caixinha full of his own self importance he’s unlikely to find anything other than the cold shoulder if he tries networking with his fellow managers.
“I think he’s been average to say the least.”
Neil Lennon’s brutal assessment of Pedro Caixinha’s tenure as Rangers boss so far. pic.twitter.com/swLIg4n3NO
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Lennon said: “I think he’s been average to say the least. He talks well in front of the cameras but I don’t think that there has been any improvement since Warburton.”
After last season’s Scottish Cup Final the first Hibs v Sevco clash will be one of the most anticipated fixtures on next season’s rota.
Lennon took over from Alan Stubbs during the close season and took Hibs to promotion without having any debt ridden financial basket cases to compete with.