Gerrard accepts blame for draw

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard accepts to carry the blame after his side conceded a last-minute goal at Fir Park. Indeed Gerrard made a last-minute substitution by bringing in Lee Wallace and some pundits stated that this cause an instability at the back of the defence.

Steven Gerrard said that his idea was to send a tall player at the back to help them defend against the tall Motherwell players and that he will gladly shoulder the blame if this was the reason why they conceded the goal.


Rangers Get Several Recruits From Liverpool

Recent news at Rangers is about the Liverpool recruits that Steven Gerrard has been bringing in the team. He has been turning to coaches and players of his former club, Liverpool. Putting these connections to good use, the former captain of the Reds has been supplementing his squad for Ibrox as well as his coaching staff. He is gaining talent from Anfield during this season as a manager and boss at Rangers.

Among the players he has been bringing in, Jon Flanagan is on the list; a free transfer was initiated by this former defender of Liverpool. This 25-year-old player has signed on a two-year deal; he hopes to get back his career, on the field as well as off it after the spate of problems he had been facing.


Gerrard wants players to be ready

New Glasgow Rangers boss Steven Gerrard wants his players to manage with the expectation of playing for such a big club. He said that this is a club with a history and that when you play for such a club it is normal that there is a big demand on your shoulders.

He said that players that cannot deal with this kind of expectation should not be playing for Glasgow Rangers and will be better playing elsewhere.


Pat Nevin Hands Steven Gerrard Warning Ahead Of Potential Rangers Role

Former Chelsea star Pat Nevin has handed a warning to Steven Gerrard ahead of his possible appointment as the next Rangers manager. The 37-year-old is reportedly in advanced talks with the Gers over the head coach role but Nevin believes the Gerrard’s arrival could be ‘massively risky’ considering the previous experience of John Barnes at Celtic.

Speaking on BBC Sport, he said: "You look at John Barnes at Celtic and it didn't work - a guy who was brought in when the backing didn't seem to be there. Everyone looks back at that as a nightmare and disaster. If you look back at the figures, it wasn't as bad as people remember it was. It just shows you what happens if you get on the wrong side of what is expected of you here. And, if you are Steven Gerrard at Rangers, you are expected to beat Celtic in the league."


Colin Stein Believes Rangers Could Command Big-Money For 21-Year-Old

Former Rangers player Colin Stein believes the Gers are in a position to command a significant sum, should they decide to cash in on Alfredo Morelos during the summer transfer window. The Colombia marksman was one of the fix foreign imports brought by ex-boss Pedro Caixinha, who had planned to close the gap on perennial champions Celtic.

Whilst the likes of Carlos Pena, Eduardo Herrera, and Fabio Cardoso have failed to hit the heights at the Ibrox Stadium, Morelos’ performances have been a particular delight, and this recently earned a new contract at the club. Speaking to the Glasgow Evening Times, Stein believes that the 21-year-old has become a key player in the Gers’ ranks, and fancies the club commanding a big fee for a future sale.

Graeme Murty rules out Alfredo Morelos' exit to China

Ranger head coach Graeme Murty has dismissed the prospect of Alfredo Morelos making the switch to the Chinese Super League after the transfer deadline day passed in Scotland without finding a suitable replacement.

The Gers turned down an £8million bid for Morelos from Beijing Renhe prior to the deadline and he is now poised to remain in Glasgow for the rest of the campaign irrespective of the Chinese transfer window being open for another month.


Steven Thompson sees endless problems at Rangers

Former Rangers frontman Steven Thompson sees 'endless problems' at the Ibrox Stadium, after his former club suffered back-to-back defeat in the Scottish Premiership. The Glasgow-based club lost 2-0 at home Hamilton Academical last weekend, and this has been followed with a 2-1 defeat at Dundee on Friday night. Rangers created several goal-scoring opportunities prior to half-time, but they were outsmarted by a Mark O'Hara brace on either side of Josh Windass' opener. Following the game, Thompson was critical about the Rangers' performance as they suffered successive defeats against clubs in the bottom-six of the table.

The 39-year-old also suggested that the Rangers are lacking direction going forward, and their problems seem endless, he said: "I can't remember them losing back-to-back games against bottom-six teams before. Yes, they created opportunities, yes, they should have taken them, but they didn't."


Pedro Caixinha Praises Graham Dorrans Just A Few Days after Criticism

Rangers captain Graham Dorrans has been praised by manager Pedro Caixinha just a few days after the criticism that he received for the way he has been handling the armband.

Dorrans was accused of disrespect when the midfielder handed the armband to Kenny Miller when the striker was making an appearance from the bench in the recent loss against Celtic. The Rangers manager has had a fallout with Kenny Miller, who has now been dismissed from the club’s first-team squad until further notice. However, it appears thatCaixinha has made up his differences with Dorrans after claiming that the midfielder is an exceptional player and a great captain.

Pedro Caixinha Has No Regrets about Loaning Michael O’Halloran

Rangers have had a disappointing start to the Scottish Premier league campaign after managing only four points from the three matches.

The club have backed manager Pedro Caixinha with reasonable funds in the transfer market, one of the biggest decisions taken by the manager has led to a of surprise. Michael O'Halloran has been one of the talking points of the Premier league campaign so far. The 26-year-old has made a stunning start to the campaign with four goals in just three matches. However, he has been able to score these goals not for Rangers as he was loaned out to St Johnstone until January.


Scottish Premiership side Rangers FC defeated their rivals ProgresNiederkornas they returned to Europe this week.

However, there is a return leg slated for Luxembourg next week. The Scottish top side can still fail if they fail to rise to the occasion next week.

The Gers had chances in the game but Kenny Miller’s sole effort was enough to separate both sides. The home fans were excited as their team returned to continental football after six years.


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