Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

My Worry For Pedro Caixinha Is This - Former Rangers Star Explains

My Worry For Pedro Caixinha Is This - Former Rangers Star Explains

Scotland's two giants renewed their famous rivalry in an edgy Old Firm derby this afternoon, the fourth of five this season.

"It felt like a defeat a little bit, especially conceding in the 87th minute", Rodgers said in quotes reported by BBC Sport. I thought the players showed a degree of tenacity and grit that they have been questioned about and challenged about for a long time. As much as I won't enjoy it on the sideline as I'm not of that mindset, I think looking back on it after the event, I will look back on it being a watershed moment in my career in terms of my development and where I want to go.

Rodgers' side still lead the way at the top by 25 points and the Celtic boss is happy their unbeaten league run - which now stands at 29 matches - remains intact, even if the failure to see out the win will take a few days to accept.

"I'm really proud of the players".

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Another former Celtic striker, Andy Walker, also dismissed Rangers hopes of causing an upset when he described them as "timid", "weak" and lacking heart. He said St Mirren have done that, so fair play to them.

"It's his opinion. If he's being honest with that then you respect it, if not and he's trying to get a few bites out of people then I'm sure he's getting them".

Rangers are the first side to beat Celtic since Manchester City in their Champions League clash in December.

But there was nearly even later drama involving Hill as a seemingly legitimate penalty shout from Celtic substitute Leigh Griffiths was waved away by referee Bobby Madden.

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"We are doing our very best in a club like this to keep the track of winning".

Celtic believe they could have had a spot-kick after Rangers had equalised, with Brendan Rodgers claiming that Hill told him he "got away with it" after the defender's tackle on Leigh Griffiths in the penalty box, but Murty was unsure when he was asked about the incident.

"He needs to get the team looking at second again".

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