Ex-Rangers player Barrie McKay has decided to speak about his relationship with the current manager of the Gers, Pedro Caixinha, and there have not been any nice words for the Portuguese coach.
According to BBC, the 22-year-old has stated that he didn’t get a proper chance at Ibrox and shockingly added that he was not being treated in a manner a human should before he left Glasgow.
“There was a change of manager and his opinion was different. I wasn’t being treated the way any human being should be treated, but that’s football, and I had to move on,” McKay said to the BBC.
The talented winger has now reunited with his former coach, Mark Warburton, who had been his boss at Ibrox.
McKay has moved to the City Ground after 6 years spent with Rangers, where he appeared 103 times and scored 12 goals, earning a spot in the Scottish national team.