Gallery: Steven Gerrard unveiled as Rangers manager

  • Gallery: Steven Gerrard unveiled as Rangers manager

Gallery: Steven Gerrard unveiled as Rangers manager

I totally respect this football club and understand the values, and now I'm the leader of this team I have to set the bar.

"We still have a season to finish here and hopefully finish it well with more success and get a good break and look forward to the challenge of next year".

They said: "We are astonished and disappointed that Scottish Government minister Humza Yousaf spent part of the normal working day trolling Rangers supporters".

"I wouldn't want to put a Mane or a Salah over a Henderson or Milner or even a Trent Alexander-Arnold or Andrew Robertson because I think they all do a fantastic job for this team. The reason I can sit up here and talk about it is because of the tremendous work everybody has done behind the scenes".

"In terms of targets, I just want to win football matches".

"It's a good challenge for him and I am sure he can do well". "I've been lucky enough to come up and sample some Old Firm games".

Rangers football club has announced that former Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard is their new manager.

But next season, the 37-year-old will stand toe to toe with former manager Brendan Rodgers with the hope of ending Celtic's Scottish dominance.

"As soon as I asked him, he said yes".

Barring the Premier League, Gerrard won it all as a player.

"It's what you feel like, if you are ready or not".

"In his time, he has lived with that expectation".

West Brom boss Darren Moore named Manager of the Month: "It's great to be nominated with those calibre of managers, it really, really is - I am honoured". "It is a totally different experience". The staff, everyone, needs to believe in you. I think he will be a manager with fresh ideas and his commitment and passion will be there. So you only get it through doing it. I'm sure he learned a lot in the previous year.

Gerrard, regarded as one of the greatest players in Liverpool history, won 11 major trophies for his hometown club and went on to make 114 worldwide appearances for his country. "Our measure is always ourselves", he said.

"I'll come here and do my very best".

"There are a number of challenges".

"Of course, they are one of the two most important teams in Scotland".

Ferguson captained Rangers for many years, leading them to triumphs in the Scottish Premiership and domestic cups.