Gerrard fears Rangers sack if silverware drought continues

Key threats like Adam Rooney are no longer at Pittodrie

Key threats like Adam Rooney are no longer at Pittodrie

The Rangers manager is still hurting from Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen in the Betfred Cup.

Quizzed on whether he might have done anything differently, Gerrard replied: "I probably wouldn't have played Morelos against Ayr United - that's one regret that's swirling around in my head right now, and I'll learn from that".

And the Liverpool legend took full responsibility for the exit but had a major warning for his first-team flops.

Captain James Tavernier has offered an apology to the Rangers support after his side's latest Hampden nightmare.

McKenna said: "We've got three games before the next (international) break, that'll be what we're concentrating on - taking confidence from the Rangers game and nine points from nine". "We'll recover. We will analyse, debrief and we hope some players self-reflect and we get a reaction".

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The Roma loanee was in action for the entire duration of Sunday's game and had a golden chance to cancel out Lewis Ferguson's opener for Aberdeen in the second half.

"We had an incredible following at Hampden and I'm sure the supporters are feeling similar to ourselves".

'At a big club you expect big players to step up on big occasions and provide big moments.

"If that doesn't happen at any big club, the manager finds better players who will do that".

Kilmarnock, managed by Gerrard's former Liverpool colleague Steve Clarke, travel to Ibrox three points and three places ahead of Rangers.

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He said at the time: "We got into some good positions and either made the wrong decision or showed a serious lack of quality".

"But I can only apologise on behalf of the lads today to the fans watching the game".

Watching Gerrard speak as a manager is hugely impressive, as he draws from his experience at a top-level side as a player, as well as stamping his own imprint in his new role.

Callum McGregor revealed, however, that he was looking forward to a final with Rangers and was disappointed they didn't make it through.

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