Rangers icons send Instagram messages to Steven Gerrard after title win
Rangers finally got their hands on the Scottish Premiership title yesterday, ending the season as a group of invincibles. After the game, Steven Gerrard received Instagram praise from a pair of Ibrox legends.
It’s been a tremendous season for the boys in blue and white. They have failed to lose any of their 38 games and have snatched the crown from Celtic for the first time in 10 years.
Rangers will have Champions League football on the agenda for next season. For Gerrard, he will be delighted to end a long wait throughout his career in football to claim the elusive league title.
After the game yesterday, Gerrard posted a heartfelt message to the supporters of the football club. He received praise from legendary duo Ally McCoist and Brian Laudrup following his post.
For all of Rangers’ success down the years, this title feels different. Ending Celtic’s monopoly was always going to be tricky.
The Gers have risen from the ashes really after being forced to win promotion all the way back to the Scottish Premiership having been relegated to the fourth tier.
Rangers ending Celtic’s chances of 10 in a row is something to revel in for the supporters and Gerrard has done brilliantly well.
The Teddy Bears ended their season with a 4-0 demolition of Aberdeen. A Joe Lewis own goal set the ball rolling before a Kemar Roofe brace and a goal by Jermain Defoe finished the job.
Ultimately the challenge for Gerrard now is to ensure that his team doesn’t rest on their laurels.
Winning the title is one thing, defending it will be a completely different challenge, with the Gers now the team to beat in Scotland.
Gerrard’s stock continues to rise.
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