STEVEN GERRARD has fired a title warning at Celtic that this league is far from over after they capitulated at Rugby Park midweek.
It’s almost as if someone’s had a word with the Ibrox manager about the way he spoke in the aftermath of the midweek defeat where he conceded his side weren’t up to the task.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard says the title race is far from over: “Under my watch no one will be giving anything up…after the last 3 or 4 weeks we’ve played ourselves into some complications but I’ve got belief I’ve got the right people with me to try & improve that…” pic.twitter.com/QwKpL5wh98
— Alison Conroy (@AlisonGConroy) February 14, 2020
Six weeks ago they were in a great position, as we sit in the middle of February The Rangers team have dropped points seven points since the turn of the year.
Celtic, on the other hand, have been steamrolling over opponents, creating a ten-point gap and an eighteen plus goal difference.
Neil Lennon has been here before and knows what it’s all about. Unlike Gerrard at the end of last year, the Celtic manager won’t be getting carried away and knows his team still need to work hard to get the league title over the line.