Tommy Wright, the St Johnstone manager, has accused his Rangers counterpart Pedro Caixinha of being "paranoid" and peddling fake news.
Pedro Caixinha has added further spice to Friday's clash between St Johnstone and Rangers by claiming he would change his training times to stop Saints getting inside information on his team.
However, Wright reacted forcefully to those claims, accusing Caixinha of "not showing respect" after wholeheartedly denying he had an insider in the Rangers set-up.
If this is evident in Friday's trip to St Johnstone then Caixinha has little choice but to drop him the following week.
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"We were more focused on the details this week because we make the analysis that we can not concede so many goals and concede goals the way we are conceding them", the Portuguese said.
"But I'm sure it might happen".
"We tried to second guess their team, which all managers do, but under no circumstances was I given the team or change training the day before the game because I do the same preparation, and it didn't happen".
St. Johnstone, who were unbeaten in their first five league games of the season, have lost two of their last three Scottish Premiership outings and presently find themselves level on points with Rangers.
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He said: "His mind games are working". "He's enrolled in some university course in Portugal so they must be telling him that's how they deal with things".
"Because when you tell untruths about another manager, that's not showing respect, and really that should be his focus".
"My team don't need silly comments to motivate them. Our motivation has always been to win the game".
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