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

Kristopher Nichols
November 1, 2018

Rangers had the greater share of possession in the second semi-final of the day and led the corner count but the only statistic that mattered was registered by Aberdeen's Lewis Ferguson, who rose unchecked to meet a corner from Niall McGinn and beat Allan McGregor with 11 minutes remaining.

While Gerrard is enjoying success in the Europa League, his side sit fifth in the domestic league, eight points behind leaders Hearts.

The 21-year-old was one of the first incomings to the Gers under Steven Gerrard, and while he got off to a sticky start in Scotland, he has begun to flourish and is now showing everyone why the former Liverpool legend was so keen to get him in the first place.

McGinn had said: "We have shown in the past, the last time that we played Celtic in the Scottish Cup final, that we can fill half the stadium".

Personally, I hope he stays put because, despite the weekend, he's been a real pro for us.

"I'll answer that", Gerrard declared. It is cut-throat - that is the way it is.

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"I haven't had it (that kind of setback) and we haven't had it as a group, the fans haven't had it". Don't sign up for it, don't come here if you are not prepared to cope with that responsibility and pressure.

"They still have a long way to go".

"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 added. They can't do it.

"I was quite clear and blunt in the press afterwards", he said.

'At a big club you expect big players to step up on big occasions and provide big moments.

"The goal for us today was to get to another final".

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