Yesterday he was telling us about how teams were now respecting Sevco when they visited Ibrox but unfortunately Pedro Caixinha is running out of lives.
It’s been a fun few months but the signs are that a defeat at Ross County on Sunday could bring his reign to a halt.
Being closer to Neil McCann and Lee McCulloch at the bottom of the SPFL table rather than chasing Brendan Rodgers and Derek McInnes won’t be tolerated for much longer.
All the sound-bites in the world with his sophisticated Euro accent isn’t going to save the fifth best coach in Qatar when the fans turn on the board and let them know that the penny has dropped regarding the latest messiah.
When he does leave Caixinha will have left plenty of memories including two incredible derby capitulations- the first one was explained away with salt and pepper pots in a media conference.
This week the pressure is going to be intense on Caixinha, his tactics and selections will be dissected, questions may even be asked about record signing Carlos Pena.
September brings a visit from Celtic to Ibrox, as it stands it’s odds against Caixinha staying in charge that long but when the final whistle is blown on his Ibrox reign he’ll leave behind glowing memories for fans of Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibs and Progres Niederkorn.