Glasgow Rangers encountered their first hiccup of the Premiership season against Livingston on Sunday.
The Gers went into the match having won their first three games of the campaign against Aberdeen, St. Mirren and St. Johnstone. However, although the Ibrox outfit did keep their fourth clean sheet of the term, they could only muster a 0-0 draw at the Tony Macaroni Arena at the weekend.
They are still top of the table, but it is not the kind of result that will help them win titles. After the match, Gerrard spoke about the team’s performance, and said, amongst other things, that the Gers handled everything Livingston threw at them – even though the home side had just 21% possession and two shots.
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The Gers were far from happy with Gerrard’s interview, as they felt their team’s performance was not good enough – one fan even called the boss’ comments “worrying”. They took to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
Worst interview I have seen him give. Speaking total tosh! Time is up. Go now
— Leo (@lbrangers44) August 16, 2020
Steven Gerrard just says the same thing week in week out, like a broken record he is.
— EUCitizen (@EuCizen) August 16, 2020
He doesn’t seem concerned at all, which is concerning……
— Faceless 👤 (@FacelessRanger) August 16, 2020
— Steve Smith (@SteveGSmith_) August 16, 2020
The beginning of the end I think and I fear it may be long and protracted… same mistakes year in year out… we lacked creativity yet we got someone like greg stewart sitting on the bench probably wondering what the point is anymore
— James (@FPofCdAz) August 17, 2020
Can’t listen to him anymore. I believe we are going through the long goodbye with Gerrard & it began last season. I bought into the world famous rookie manager bit at the start but we really should have gone for experience. I fear this isn’t going to end well – it pains me to say
— Nodbear (@nodbear) August 16, 2020
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