Football Talk: Ibrox war of words, Cathro v Johnsen
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Aberdeen broke their Ibrox hoodoo last night with a first win in Govan since 1991 but Derek McInnes didn't get to celebrate in style.
Alexandros Tziolis may have been invited into Pedro Caixinha's office on Saturday for Portuguese wine but McInnes was told he wasn't welcome for a post-match swally.
In classic doorman style, Caixinha told McInnes his name wasn't down and he wasn't getting in.
Is it just a coincidence that The Bouncer by Kicks Like a Mule was written around the same time as Aberdeen last won at Ibrox? Probably.
Neil Lennon teed up more managerial tension for next season by giving his thoughts on Caixinha. He suggested the Rangers boss was all style and no substance. Add Hibs v Rangers to your list of must-see games next season.
Caixinha and McInnes' grudge match wasn't the only bad feeling in Scottish football last night. Ian Cathro and Bjorn Johnsen look to have had what's best described as a frank exchange of views as Hearts fell to defeat again.
Elsewhere, Conmebol have unveiled their new logo and there's what looks like a saltire at the base of it. This can only mean Scotland will be invited to take part in the Copa America in future.