Steven Gerrard Interrupts Rossiter To Issue 'Warning' To His Own Players


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

"It was the final ball, whether it was from a free-kick or from the byline, it just didn't happen for Rangers. They're coming in with confidence, so it'll be a really good test for us".

But he admitted personal regrets after top goalscorer Alfredo Morelos was ruled out of the Hampden trip along with the cup-tied Kyle Lafferty after being sent off in the quarter-final.

"He is our talisman up front and scores a lot of goals and assists a lot of goals".

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Lewis Ferguson scored for Aberdeen in the 79th minute and the former Rangers star admits that Gerrard's side couldn't lay a finger on Aberdeen in the final ten minutes because of the lack of quality in their attack.

He said: "It's disappointing". We limited Rangers to a few shots from outside the box.

"They only had one corner in the second half and to concede from it was poor".

Logan was recorded saying during the snap-chat clip: "He bought my dinner, we f***** his team yesterday, the most I can do is let him come round and watch the football at my house". Back at home there is a lot of rivalry between Derby and Nottingham Forest but it is nothing like the Aberdeen against Rangers and Celtic games.

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"I'll answer that: it's a warning", he said when Rossiter was asked if his criticism was a "motivational" tactic.

"I can't protect them, I have tried but they are men and they have to stand up and take responsibility because it is results like that which put all of us under pressure".

Earlier in the press conference he explained how "the first thing I do, even as a player, is self-reflect: what did I do?"

"We are going into what I would probably class as a more hard run of fixtures, with all due respect to the teams we have just played".

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"This one will be tough to move on from straight away because of the stage and because of the opportunity that has gone by, and if you've anything about you it should hurt for a little while".