Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha learns the phrase 'square go' after Hibs and Morton melee
By Allan Valente
Last Updated: 30/03/17 6:47pm
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has been expanding his Scottish vocabulary after learning what the phrase 'square go' means in the wake of Hibernian’s feisty clash with Morton.
Neil Lennon suggested Morton boss Jim Duffy was looking for a square go - or a fight - as the two managers and benches clashed following a foul towards the end of their match at Easter Road on Wednesday night. Duffy has denied claims he was looking for a fight in the incident.
The Portuguese, who took over at Ibrox earlier this month, was asked at his news conference ahead of Rangers' game with Motherwell on Saturday if he understood the meaning of the phrase and whether he had seen the angry confrontation from the match in Leith.
Caixinha originally looked bemused at the question before he was told what it meant and joked the scenes looked like something from a game in Mexico or South America.
Asked if he knew what a 'square go' meant, Caixinha laughed and said: "What a what? I'm sorry, but I don't understand what the meaning of the question is! A square?"
When it was explained what the phrase meant and how it referred to the Hibs and Morton incident, he added: "I just saw it this morning when I was having breakfast and I asked the guys if it was in Mexico or Argentina!"
Click on the video at the top of the page to watch Caixinha learn what the phrase 'square go' means.