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The focus of Caixinha’s lecture was game preparation and how he structures each week, each day and each session to get the best out of his players.

It is a methodology that combines physical fitness with tactical awareness as opponents are analysed and improvements are sought in fine detail.

Caixinha may have arrived from Al-Gharafa as a relative unknown, but his work with the likes of Sporting Lisbon and Santos Laguna won him many admirers.

“In Portugal, he has a very good reputation,” Veloso said. “A lot of people considered, when he was assistant coach, that he was fundamental to all the processes, especially the training process and organisation itself.

“He is known to be a very detailed and planned coach. He arrives early in the morning, he is a frantic worker but very organised and controlled.

“He uses a lot of technology that is available now for game analysis, for loading control and risk assessment for injuries. He is someone that has a very complete background.”

The theory – from physical conditioning to tactical approaches – has been gained over many years by Caixinha. It is at Ibrox where he now has to put it to good use.

A Europa League defeat to Progres Niederkorn and mixed start to the Premiershipcampaign has seen the Portuguese questioned and criticised. His mentality and desire can’t be faulted, though.

“When you meet him and talk with him you can feel his personality,” Veloso said. “He is very strong minded, very committed.

“Everybody is affected by criticism but he knows very well what he is doing. He has developed a very good link to the club and to their long-term purposes and objectives.

“His methods are probably not the ones that the players in Scotland are used to and there will be an adaptation period for the players. That could be one of the reasons for the start that he has had.

“Of course, the result in Europe was bad, definitely, but football is like it is and sometimes you can play better and still lose. That is a condition of the game itself.

“Nothing will affect Pedro at all. He has a lot of experience. I am absolutely sure that he will prevail.”

By the time Rangers return to action against Dundee next weekend, the debate around Caixinha’s future will have subsided once again, partly due to the win over Ross County and partly due to the shift of focus during the international break.

He still has doubters to win over and critics to silence at Ibrox. Caixinha is content off the field, now he must bring success on it.

“I was talking to Pedro the other day and he is committed to a long term project,” Veloso said.

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“He mentioned that he was not known in Scotland but he was chosen and the people from Rangers hired not his name but his ideas. He presented his ideas, his structure, his approach and that is what the Rangers directors bought, let’s say.

“He believes in his methods and his processes but you can have all the details controlled and things can still not go in your direction.

“You need to stick to your beliefs and I am sure that will happen with Pedro. He has very strong beliefs, he is very skilful in all processes of the game and he is a highly loyal person, a very respectful person.

“Even if the start has not been good and he has had some criticism, he is happy at Rangers.

“He loves the club, he loves the values and the people. He loves the history, he has studied the details and he is committed to Rangers.”

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4 minutes ago, KingKirk said:

I dont think a duff coach would get on such a course. thats what I hope anyway

I'm sure Andy Roxburgh was held in high esteem by coaches throughout Europe and he held sessions such as this one. It's OK knowing the theory, putting it into practice successfully is another matter.

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2 minutes ago, To Be A Ranger said:

I'm sure Andy Roxburgh was held in high esteem by coaches throughout Europe and he held sessions such as this one. It's OK knowing the theory, putting it into practice successfully is another matter.

Sure but after the players cross that line its upto them 

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16 minutes ago, pcbear said:

Who is Veloso?

 

16 minutes ago, born a blue nose said:

I'm assuming Miguel veloso sporting defensive mid from a while back 

 

14 minutes ago, KingKirk said:

Miguel veloso I just assumed 

It's Antonio Veloso, his da

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8 minutes ago, To Be A Ranger said:

I'm sure Andy Roxburgh was held in high esteem by coaches throughout Europe and he held sessions such as this one. It's OK knowing the theory, putting it into practice successfully is another matter.

Roxburgh and crew were the demise of Scottish fitba, a fuckin textbook fanny who incidently took advice from a Portugese taxi driver on who was and wasn't playin for Portugal and Scotland got fucked 5-0, Largs mafia that fucked up the whole shebang, ended up in a great job as well to everybody else's cost! Another cunt that hated us !

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35 minutes ago, To Be A Ranger said:

I'm sure Andy Roxburgh was held in high esteem by coaches throughout Europe and he held sessions such as this one. It's OK knowing the theory, putting it into practice successfully is another matter.

Only ever managed Scotland, won the 1982 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship and took the senior side to a world cup and a euros.

Mibbe a reason he was held in high esteem, think that esteem was also for his football admin side  which he's made a mint from, currently working in the far east I think, rather have him than fanta pants.

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1 minute ago, Boaby Bear said:

I'm coming around to him. Want Rangers to succeed and we were all screaming for a new approach.

:lol:I wanted him punted last week. I think he is a good coach will he get his message across often enough to  succeed only time will tell. Hope so

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32 minutes ago, Perth_Campsie_Ger said:

I really hope we have underestimated Pedro and he turns out to be quality for us

Did you read his profile on his achievements, if not it'll impress you, enjoyed reading it myself.

Source:
http://football.fmh.ulisboa.pt/speaker/pedro-caixinha/

BIOGRAPHY

Pedro Caixinha is currently the head coach of Rangers Football Club. He joined Scottish Premiership club Rangers on a three-year deal on 11st of March 2017, after worked 2 seasons in Al-Gharafa in Qatar.

Before the experience in Qatar, Pedro Caixinha was working in Club Santos Laguna as head coach. He won all the Mexican trophies in season 2014/15 (Mexican Cup Apertura 2014, Mexican League Clausura 2015, and Mexican “Campeón de Campeones” 2015), as well as achieved the final of CONCACAF Champions League 2013. On 15th of August 2015, after won all of this, Caixinha decided to quit to work in Al-Gharafa.

In addition to academic License and Master Degree in Sports Science (namely in Methodology of Football Training), Pedro Caixinha have also the highest international level License for a Football Coach <UEFA PRO>, taken at the F.P.F. – Portuguese Football Federation.

Pedro started his career as Head Coach in the year 1999 (with 28 years of age), in his hometown football club C. D. Beja, coaching the young and the main teams during a period of 4 years. After that, he moved to the neighbor city of Vidigueira, to coach C. F. Vasco da Gama during 1 year, when he traveled to Lisbon, to make part of the world-renowned Scouting Department of Sporting Clube de Portugal, club where he started to work as Assistant Coach as well, in 2004.

After Sporting C.P. reached the final of the UEFA Cup, he leaved the club and continued to work as Assistant Coach of José Peseiro in Al-Hilal F. C. of Saudi Arabia, Panathinaikos of Greece, Rapid Bucharest of Romania and National Team of Saudi Arabia where, besides Assistant of the main National Team, he was challenged to take charge of the K.S.A. Olympic Team in 2010, leading the “Project LONDON 2012”, when he received an invitation to return to Portugal and start coaching at the highest level, as Head Coach, in the Super League club U. D. Leiria. One year later he was asked to lead the project of the C. D. Nacional of Madeira.

On December 2012, Pedro Caixinha signed with Club Santos Laguna of Mexico and Managed the team during almost 3 years, until August 2015.

During the first period of one and half years in charge of the team (3 tournaments), he achieved the Playoffs (La Liguilla) of the Mexican League (LigaMX), 3 consecutive times, reaching always the semifinals of the competition.

Meanwhile, he qualified the club to the Final of the CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2013 and achieved the historical qualification for the CONMEBOL COPA LIBERTADORES 2014 (the 2nd time in the history of the club Santos Laguna, 10 years after their 1st and unique participation until that moment).

At the end of the season 2013/14, Pedro Caixinha was on the “Football Coach World Ranking”:

The 36th best football coach of the world

The 3rd best Portuguese football coach working worldwide

Following the Apertura 2014 tournament, on October 2014, he achieved the title of CopaMX (MEXICAN CUP), for the first time ever, in the history of the Club.

Showing and proving the excellence of the work made by Pedro Caixinha’s coach team, Club Santos Laguna was named “the 2014 BEST CLUB of all CONCACAF region”, by the IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) on the “Club World Ranking 2014” annual report, published on January 13, 2015, where Club Santos Laguna is listed, for the first time ever, in the group of the best 100 clubs of the world, coming in the 58th position, of the Best Clubs of the World.

Following the amazing achievements of 2014 described above, Pedro Caixinha started 2015 doing a deep restructuring/renewal on the squad, where the most valuable, experimented and influential players of the team left the club, transforming the team to the youngest squad of the LigaMX (average 23,5 YO). Even so, he achieved sensationally the title of Champion of LigaMX (MEXICAN LEAGUE)!

With this title, Pedro Caixinha is the most victorious coach in the history of the club and the first European coach to win the LigaMX in the last 35 years!

Personally, he was awarded by the LigaMX (Mexican League) with the Trophy of the Best Coach in Mexico!

Immediately after that, in the beginning of Apertura 2015, Pedro Caixinha achieved another historical Trophy with Club Santos Laguna, the Campeón de Campeones 2015 (1st time ever in the history of the Club), beating America FC in the Final, and fixing 3 Stars with his name in Santos Laguna’s Stadium!

After this last achievement, Pedro Caixinha decided to leave the Club Santos Laguna, on August 15th, 2015…

Pedro Caixinha, is known for his strong and determined character, with great leadership and work spirit (as a team and for the team) where he shows his immense entrepreneurial capacity, putting in practice a modern and innovative training methodology, idealizing, using and taking advantage of new technologies that we currently have available and that are both pleasing to all athletes, motivating and strengthening the unity of the working group, thereby enhancing the final results to be achieved.

His strongest concept is “dominating all the moments of the game”.

 

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15 minutes ago, RangersScotty9 said:

Did you read his profile on his achievements, if not it'll impress you, enjoyed reading it myself.

Source:
http://football.fmh.ulisboa.pt/speaker/pedro-caixinha/

BIOGRAPHY

Pedro Caixinha is currently the head coach of Rangers Football Club. He joined Scottish Premiership club Rangers on a three-year deal on 11st of March 2017, after worked 2 seasons in Al-Gharafa in Qatar.

Before the experience in Qatar, Pedro Caixinha was working in Club Santos Laguna as head coach. He won all the Mexican trophies in season 2014/15 (Mexican Cup Apertura 2014, Mexican League Clausura 2015, and Mexican “Campeón de Campeones” 2015), as well as achieved the final of CONCACAF Champions League 2013. On 15th of August 2015, after won all of this, Caixinha decided to quit to work in Al-Gharafa.

In addition to academic License and Master Degree in Sports Science (namely in Methodology of Football Training), Pedro Caixinha have also the highest international level License for a Football Coach <UEFA PRO>, taken at the F.P.F. – Portuguese Football Federation.

Pedro started his career as Head Coach in the year 1999 (with 28 years of age), in his hometown football club C. D. Beja, coaching the young and the main teams during a period of 4 years. After that, he moved to the neighbor city of Vidigueira, to coach C. F. Vasco da Gama during 1 year, when he traveled to Lisbon, to make part of the world-renowned Scouting Department of Sporting Clube de Portugal, club where he started to work as Assistant Coach as well, in 2004.

After Sporting C.P. reached the final of the UEFA Cup, he leaved the club and continued to work as Assistant Coach of José Peseiro in Al-Hilal F. C. of Saudi Arabia, Panathinaikos of Greece, Rapid Bucharest of Romania and National Team of Saudi Arabia where, besides Assistant of the main National Team, he was challenged to take charge of the K.S.A. Olympic Team in 2010, leading the “Project LONDON 2012”, when he received an invitation to return to Portugal and start coaching at the highest level, as Head Coach, in the Super League club U. D. Leiria. One year later he was asked to lead the project of the C. D. Nacional of Madeira.

On December 2012, Pedro Caixinha signed with Club Santos Laguna of Mexico and Managed the team during almost 3 years, until August 2015.

During the first period of one and half years in charge of the team (3 tournaments), he achieved the Playoffs (La Liguilla) of the Mexican League (LigaMX), 3 consecutive times, reaching always the semifinals of the competition.

Meanwhile, he qualified the club to the Final of the CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2013 and achieved the historical qualification for the CONMEBOL COPA LIBERTADORES 2014 (the 2nd time in the history of the club Santos Laguna, 10 years after their 1st and unique participation until that moment).

At the end of the season 2013/14, Pedro Caixinha was on the “Football Coach World Ranking”:

The 36th best football coach of the world

The 3rd best Portuguese football coach working worldwide

Following the Apertura 2014 tournament, on October 2014, he achieved the title of CopaMX (MEXICAN CUP), for the first time ever, in the history of the Club.

Showing and proving the excellence of the work made by Pedro Caixinha’s coach team, Club Santos Laguna was named “the 2014 BEST CLUB of all CONCACAF region”, by the IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) on the “Club World Ranking 2014” annual report, published on January 13, 2015, where Club Santos Laguna is listed, for the first time ever, in the group of the best 100 clubs of the world, coming in the 58th position, of the Best Clubs of the World.

Following the amazing achievements of 2014 described above, Pedro Caixinha started 2015 doing a deep restructuring/renewal on the squad, where the most valuable, experimented and influential players of the team left the club, transforming the team to the youngest squad of the LigaMX (average 23,5 YO). Even so, he achieved sensationally the title of Champion of LigaMX (MEXICAN LEAGUE)!

With this title, Pedro Caixinha is the most victorious coach in the history of the club and the first European coach to win the LigaMX in the last 35 years!

Personally, he was awarded by the LigaMX (Mexican League) with the Trophy of the Best Coach in Mexico!

Immediately after that, in the beginning of Apertura 2015, Pedro Caixinha achieved another historical Trophy with Club Santos Laguna, the Campeón de Campeones 2015 (1st time ever in the history of the Club), beating America FC in the Final, and fixing 3 Stars with his name in Santos Laguna’s Stadium!

After this last achievement, Pedro Caixinha decided to leave the Club Santos Laguna, on August 15th, 2015…

Pedro Caixinha, is known for his strong and determined character, with great leadership and work spirit (as a team and for the team) where he shows his immense entrepreneurial capacity, putting in practice a modern and innovative training methodology, idealizing, using and taking advantage of new technologies that we currently have available and that are both pleasing to all athletes, motivating and strengthening the unity of the working group, thereby enhancing the final results to be achieved.

His strongest concept is “dominating all the moments of the game”.

 

You can see why the board were impressed, looks good on paper

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49 minutes ago, Captain Hilts said:

Why wasn't Chris Sutton invited to do a talk?

Maybe they don't allow people into their country with filthy disgusting habits:

 

In July 2000, Sutton was convicted of two charges of common assault and fined £300 plus costs after an incident outside a restaurant in which he spat in the face of another man

 

Nice geezer.

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1 minute ago, Helicopter Sundae said:

Maybe they don't allow people into their country with filthy disgusting habits:

 

In July 2000, Sutton was convicted of two charges of common assault and fined £300 plus costs after an incident outside a restaurant in which he spat in the face of another man

 

Nice geezer.

He spat in his face twice by all accounts.

I'm guessing they'd have trouble translating from Norfolk gibberish to English then Portugese. Then theres his lack of credibility as a coach and a human being.

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24 minutes ago, Perth_Campsie_Ger said:

You can see why the board were impressed, looks good on paper

Exactly, I don't know much about the competitions etc, but winning a treble was it and winning a title for a team that hadn't achieved that before and one of course that hadn't in 35 years? Didn't read over it but you can see on paper it's quite impressive and to be touted as the 3rd best Portuguese manager it then makes sense why Rangers went after him. Plus his character.

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