Steven Gerrard Interrupts Rossiter To Issue 'Warning' To His Own Players

Florence Fletcher
November 1, 2018

Gerrard nearly immediately jumped in to interrupt the youngster, stating: 'I'll answer that, it's a warning.

His next challenge is up against Killie manager Steve Clarke, first-team coach during Kenny Dalglish's second reign at Liverpool, and victory would show Rangers' response to his delivery.

'I watch closely and if they go into a shell then they've got a problem because you shouldn't be at Rangers if you go into a shell, ' he said.

'You have to be blunt.

The Ibrox outfit are now faring well in Europe despite their 0-0 draw with Spartak Moscow last week.

While Gerrard is enjoying success in the Europa League, his side sit fifth in the domestic league, eight points behind leaders Hearts. Celtic can close that gap to three points if they beat Dundee tomorrow night.

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Watching Gerrard speak as a manager is hugely impressive, as he draws from his experience at a top-level side as a player, as well as stamping his own imprint in his new role.

"We expect both sets of supporters will make it an occasion to remember and look forward to welcoming them to the national stadium in early December".

"I haven't had it (that kind of setback) and we haven't had it as a group, the fans haven't had it".

They will hope the winger continues to impress when their side play host to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday evening. But the only way to put it right is to worry about what's in front of us rather than behind us.

We have to prepare properly to arrive at that game with confidence to make sure we get the job done.

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