CONFIDENT Csaba Laszlo last night said former Rangers bad-boy Bilel Mohsni deserves a second chance after his shock return to Scotland

Mohsni is back in the Ladbrokes Championship with Dundee United who have moved to secure the controversial centre-back on a short-term deal until the end of the season.

The 30-year-old fiery Tunisian left Scottish Football in May 2015 following shameful scenes when he was guilty of kicking and punching Motherwell’s Lee Erwin in the face right at the end of Rangers’ failed playoff bid at Fir Park.

But Hungarian Laszlo is convinced he can keep Mohsni, whose last club was Etoile du Sahel in France, under tight control during his time at Tannadice as he prepares to make his debut in the Championship away to Queen of the South tonight.

Laszlo said: “I don’t have a worry because I think I can control him.

“I did tell him that he is someone who made a mistake but deserves to get a chance. He knows this.

“I have watched the video [of the incident] two or three times and he made a mistake.

“I told him that while Motherwell were staying in the Premiership and didn’t have to provoke the other side, he did not have to act like that. What we want is controlled aggression and that’s what we talk about all the time.

“Even if you see the games in the Championship, everybody must be that way. “If you are a nice boy you are going to lose.