Former Rangers FC manager Pedro Caixinha has once again gotten into trouble while managing a game for his current side, Cruz Azul.
Pedro Caixinha took charge of Rangers in March of 2017 on a three-year deal but his association with the club was not particularly a happy one.
After a number of disappointing results, the Portuguese was finally sacked in October of that same year due to which he became the shortest serving manager in the history of the club.
But the 47-year-old was not without a job for long as he took charge of Liga MX club Cruz Azul in December of 2017.
While Cruz Azul currently sit at the top of the Liga MX table but the manager’s behaviour is something that has been haunting the fans for some time now.
Caixinha was recently sent off by the referee for arguing with the fourth official during a game against Tijuana and while going now the tunnel he got into a verbal spat with the home fans and started thumping his chest.
— Daily Record Sport (@Record_Sport) September 27, 2018
The club officials had to force him into the tunnel but that was not the end of it as the Cruz Azul manager continued the arguments in the stands.
This is not the first time that Pedro has come under fire from the authorities as he is already serving a one-match touchline ban for a Copa Mexico game.
You can watch the video of the former Rangers manager getting into a verbal spat with the Cruz Azul fans here:
Hay quienes dicen que encaró a unos aficionados de Xolos, lo cual no es cierto.
Pedro Caixinha dijo:
— Jorge Luis Capetillo (@capamorazul) September 27, 2018
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