Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Steven Gerrard interrupts question for player to clarify "warning" for Rangers squad

Steven Gerrard interrupts question for player to clarify

"We're really disappointed and we've now got a point to prove against Kilmarnock on Wednesday".

"Kilmarnock saw the Spartak Moscow performance and they have seen Aberdeen and have seen them have success when they sit in and are disciplined and they play that block".

In the wake of Sunday's match, Gerrard had claimed that he would be willing to pursue a higher quality of player if his current squad continued to squander chances in the final third.

He said: "They were putting a lot of pressure on us, but we all stuck together as a team - back four, midfield, we showed good concentration when the ball came in to the box".

'I watch closely and if they go into a shell then they've got a problem because you shouldn't be at Rangers if you go into a shell, ' he said.

"Tav did too and Tav has played every minute of every game and Tav has gone to the well for us".

Devlin hailed the display of Lewis Ferguson, his fellow former Hamilton player, who scored Aberdeen's 79th-minute victor.

"With the rivalry between the clubs, it was a massive day for everyone".

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"We all saw at Hamilton he was capable of that and credit to the guys there".

The stars of McInnes' team now include players right at the start of their careers, like McKenna, and Sunday's hero Lewis Ferguson, 19, whose header sent Aberdeen through and the Red Army into raptures.

It's Aberdeen again and it's a tough game.

Celtic can close that gap to three points if they beat Dundee tomorrow night.

"That's the disappointing thing for us, our league form", he added. If we keep suffering setbacks and results like that moving forward, I am not going to be here.

"It's a new team so for a lot of the boys this is their first defeat at Hampden", he said.

"That is not to take anything away from the players who went to Ibrox previous year and put in a really gutsy performance and managed to nick a 1-1 draw". But some of the old faces are still there and it will be good to catch up with them.

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