Steven Gerrard Wed love to be in the final

first_imgRangers coach Steven Gerrard has admitted he would have preferred his team were competing in the Betfred Cup final instead of going top of the Premiership.“We’d love to be in the final. We’re not going to lie. It hurt going out in the semi-final and it always does. I won’t sit and kid anyone that it doesn’t,” he said, according to Daily Record.“We’d much rather be playing in the cup final of course but that’s gone and we’ve moved on.”“I want my players to press aggressively but that doesn’t mean they deserve a yellow card.”“It would be fantastic if we sit top of the league after the weekend but we are well aware you don’t get anything for sitting top at this stage of the season.”Steven Gerrard, Michael OwenOwen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.“It’ll be tough because Hearts have been flying in the league and of course it’s a test on the back of a European game.”On the other hand, Gerrard commented on the fan who ran from the Govan Stand to send a verbal volley at linesman Manuel Vidali just after Candeias’ red card.“It will affect the club and more often than not it’s financially as well, which doesn’t help.“We ask the supporters to keep doing what they are doing and supporting us but they have to stay in their seats.”last_img

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