Published: Wed, October 31, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Aberdeen end Steven Gerrard's quest for first Rangers trophy

Aberdeen end Steven Gerrard's quest for first Rangers trophy

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed that he and his club have potential targets in mind for the January transfer window.

When the former Liverpool midfielder took over at Ibrox, many feared he would take some time to adapt and move away from his previous roles as a pundit and academy coach.

Rangers crashed out of the Scottish League Cup at the weekend to Aberdeen, of course, and the inquest will likely still be going on today. He's been injured for two years.

"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".


The interviewer said: 'Jordan as a player, to hear your manager say "If the players we have right now don't improve and start producing quality in the final third, my job is to find players that will do it", what effect does that have as a player, is it a motivational thing?'

"I'm looking forward to seeing what will pan out with these guys", Wise told the Daily Star.

McGinn said: "We just (discussed finding a way) to get in behind them a bit more".

Rossiter has missed the best part of two seasons with a calf injury since making the switch from Liverpool.


The 31-year-old says, over the piece, Aberdeen know they could have played better when they had possession.

Despite the cup defeat Aberdeen, Gerrard has already made an impressive impact in Glasgow and his side are now 11 games unbeaten in Europe.

They are eight points behind league leaders Hearts but with a game in hand - and remain the only team to beat Craig Levein's side this season.

They will hope the winger continues to impress when their side play host to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday evening.


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