Rangers boss Steven Gerrard believes that his side can comeback from back to back losses after more than a year. After going unbeaten in the 2020/21 season, the champions opened their title defence with a comfortable 3-0 win over Livingston. Unfortunately, they ended up on the wrong end of a 2-1 scoreline against Malmo in the Champions League qualifier. they then were beaten for the first time in 40 matches when Dndde united beat them 1-0.
“We need to give the players a chance before we judge them,” Rangers boss Steven Gerrard said. “Time will tell. We are two games in, in terms of the league, and one game in terms of Europe. It’s still very early days. We won’t use any excuses. The last two performances haven’t been to the level that we’ve set, certainly over the last 12 months. But that’s on me, and us as a group, and we will deal with the criticism and negativity coming our way. That’s what you have to do.”
“But what I would say is: we only need one performance to light the fire again,” he added. “In terms of the league, it was our first defeat in 40, and our Ibrox performances in European games have been pretty strong so I expect a good performance tomorrow and we can flip the mood of the previous seven days with a really strong performance and the result that we want. We can change it pretty quickly and that’s the opportunity we have tomorrow.”
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