Pedro Caixinha suggests what he needs to improve at Glasgow Rangers

New Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha in the stands with Pedro Mendes

Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers won their first match with Pedro Caixinha at the helm 4-0.

New Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha in the stands

New Glasgow Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has suggested in the Glasgow Evening Times that he wants to improve the Ibrox side’s set pieces.

Caixinha places great importance upon dead ball situations, and he intends to spend time on the training ground working on getting the most out of free kicks and corners.

And the Portuguese boss was delighted to see his work paying off instantly, as Rangers scored from a free kick during their 4-0 demolition of Hamilton in their most recent match.

“I do believe that 40 per cent of the game are decided on set-pieces so it is important to have key players in those situations,” Caixinha said.

“But we need to also have good deliveries and the delivery from Jon [Toral] was very good.

“We need to keep working on it so that we have good takers and we have good players attacking the spaces. We need to keep working on that moment of the game.”

Rangers were in excellent form during Caixinha’s first game in charge, as they strolled to success.

The Light Blues looked a class above their opponents, and thoroughly deserved the three points.

Rangers will now be looking to push on, with Caixinha making no secret of his desire to claim second spot this season.

The Light Blues are currently eight points behind second placed Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership standings.

Rangers are next in action after the international break, when they take on Motherwell.

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