STEVEN GERRARD has made what appears to be a veiled threat towards Celtic captain Scott Brown after Sunday’s Glasgow Derby.
The Scouser has been in an inspired form of soundbites the Celtic fans have been lapping up over the past week or so but this one is more sinister from the Ibrox manager who repeatedly told the media he had ‘no problem’ with Celtic celebrating as they did (Cheers for the validation Stevie). When asked what his players were thinking and repercussions going forward the Ibrox boss went all faux hardman.
“I know what I’d do, I know what I’d do.” he told RecordSport.
“But we’ll wait and see what my players do and how they react.”
“We can’t really control what’s going on with other people’s reactions and on social media, and how they celebrate.
“All you can do is look in, soak it up, accept it and move on and look to the next challenge, but remember it.”
This was in response to Brown’s Instagram post which had more than a few fishing rod emojis in it after the game.
It’s not hard to see where indiscipline in this squad comes from when the manager is saying things like this.
The hypocrisy Steven Gerrard exercises on a daily basis at the moment is quite staggering and he’ll head the way of the rest of the Ibrox pretenders soon enough.