Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers failed to hold on to a lead against Kilmarnock last night.
Glasgow Rangers fans have been left fuming by Pedro Caixinha’s reported decision to not allow Lee Wallace to attend Ibrox last night.
Wallace is currently out injured, but he wanted to support his Rangers teammates during their match against Kilmarnock yesterday.
Caixinha reportedly has decided that any Rangers player who isn’t fit should not be in the stadium attending the match.
And Rangers fans cannot believe the treatment of Wallace, after his loyalty to the club.
If the Lee Wallace story is true then Pedro should have been booted last night— El Tambo (@tambobarlow) October 26, 2017
The guy has clearly lost the plot aswell as the dressing room
Banning Lee Wallace from Ibrox is out of order. He should ban himself, we might actually win a home game if he does guys clueless.— Kirsty Keith (@4MenHadADream) October 26, 2017
Something that's not really been mentioned either is this story of Lee Wallace being told to stay away last night. If true that's disgusting— WATP#84 (@84Watp) October 26, 2017
I cant stand this,pedro is ripping our club apart,heard lee wallace was told to stay away from the game yesterday..its a fckn pantomine rn!— Sophie Lavelle (@SophieLavelle9) October 26, 2017
@tedermeatballs any news on reports of lee Wallace told to stay away from ibrox? Pedro has lost it!! He has to go!!— David Dobie (@david_d1984) October 26, 2017
Pedro told Lee Wallace, Kenny Miller and Nico Kranjcar to stay away from Ibrox tonight. Many fans wishing it was Pedro that stayed away.— BROON (@ROSSBWATP) October 25, 2017
This is an absolute disgrace. The man who has been there thro it all told not to attend the match. 1 Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller https://t.co/bifK95bddc— Tony Montana (@WelshyG86) October 25, 2017
Pedro's told Lee Wallace to stay away from Ibrox??? Surely that's definitely it. Wallace has done more for Rangers compared to Caixinha.— Kevin Wakeham (@kevinwakeham95) October 25, 2017
Time the hierarchy to Pedro to stay away.— Colin Milne (@TherealNANTO87) October 26, 2017
Wallace was not the only man to miss out on watching Rangers last night, as Kenny Miller and Niko Kranjcar were also forced to stay at home.
Caixinha is already under pressure, and these actions will have done little to increase his popularity with the Ibrox crowd.
Rangers were only able to pick up a 1-1 draw against Kilmarnock yesterday, with Chris Burke scoring a late leveller for the visitors.