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Steven Gerrard’s Rangers record starts being questioned

Steven Gerrard’s Rangers record starts being questioned

Rangers were held to a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock on Wednesday night as their domestic form continues to be somewhat of a concern.

In fairness, prior to the match against Killie, Ibrox had become a fortress under Steven Gerrard as they had yet to drop any points at home in the Scottish Premiership.

There is no doubt that the new manager has done wonders with the squad in European competition, however, there could be a growing concern about how well they play against their national opponents.


According to a report by The Daily Record, at this current stage, Gerrard has a worse record than Graeme Murty, Pedro Caixinha and Mark Warburton.

The Liverpool legend, admittedly only ten games into his tenure in the Scottish Premiership has won just five, whilst both Murty and Caixinha had 11 wins to their name.

Warburton, obviously, had the longest spell at Ibrox of those mentioned and amassed 37 wins, although he did only win half of his matches in the top-flight before controversially leaving the club.

The Verdict:

In all honesty, it is still early days and the statistics appear to make things look a lot worse than they actually are at Ibrox for those concerned.

Yes, Gerrard should have some concern that his side are struggling to get the victories they need in the Scottish Premiership this season, however, they are currently undergoing a process that will surely get better with time.

Rangers have also been without a number of their key players for parts of the campaign, which would not have helped at any stage, but with the Light Blues going well in the Europa League, it is certainly better than what Caixinha had managed to achieve.

Rangers fans – thoughts?

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