Steven Gerrard has said that he wants more from his players even after their 4-0 win in the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers won their last match against St Mirren by four goals but the gaffer says they have to be better.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has said that he wants more from his players post their win against St Mirren by 4-0. The Gers’ players were in complete control of the proceedings and scored four times to get themselves over the line against the opposition in the Scottish Premiership match.
Speaking to the club’s official website, the English gaffer said,
“We will have to be better against Aberdeen, certainly than the first-half against St Mirren. In possession we looked quite dangerous but we didn’t look like we had any aggression or intensity out of possession at the weekend.”
He added, “I think I am seeing signs of them getting a bit fitter and a bit sharper. You could see Jermain, certainly in the second-half, was looking sharp and a big threat and the keeper made a few good saves from him. We did know it would take the new boys three or four weeks to get them up to speed. It is a similar situation now with Glen Kamara and Matt Polster, we will push them, they are doing a double session today to try and add more volume into them.”
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