Derek Whyte has backed up Derek McInnes’ attack on Pedro Caixinha.
After five minutes in Scottish football the fifth best coach in Qatar has an opinion on everything and isn’t slow to share it.
No matter how much he enjoys the sound of his own voice there is one inescapable truth that will forever shadow the new man at Ibrox- two humiliations from Celtic within a week.
After barely getting a sniff of the ball at Hampden in the Scottish Cup semi-final Caixinha was expected to show his tactical ability in the SPFL match at Ibrox six days later.
A few weeks earlier Caixinha explained every detail about how Hamilton Accies played, he named his side to play at Kilmarnock the day before the match and predicted the Aberdeen XI that he’d face at Pittodrie.
With a bank of power point presentations for every eventuality beating Celtic should have been a formality for the man that once got pictured with Jose Mourinho.
Celtic’s 5-1 win at Ibrox will be celebrated long into the summer and beyond with Whyte not mincing his words for the current Ibrox boss.
Speaking from Dubai the former Celtic defender told The Sun: “For me, like any manager you need a bit of time but some of his comments, like talking about his tactics before the Celtic game, my God they got humped there,”
“He talks a very good game at times, and anybody can do that but I would judge him after about a season at the club and see where he goes because at the moment he’s talking too much and saying this and that but he’s not got any money to buy good players.
“Derek (McInnes) was right to say what he said. He’s a smart guy and manager. I know him very well and I think he’s totally right.
“Caixinha should be talking about his own club but some of his comments, he’s built himself up saying he’s going to do this and that with Rangers.
“He’s going to have a big fall because I can’t see that happening because they don’t have any money.”