Steven Gerrard hits back at Rangers' Europa League opponents

Emergency services have been called to deal with violence outside the Ibrox Stadium. Pic Andi Denny

Emergency services have been called to deal with violence outside the Ibrox Stadium. Pic Andi Denny

We want to become one and all will help each other to get over the line, and I saw players out there that were prepared to do anything to get the result we needed.

'We thrive on all that kind of talk.

According to Scotland's Daily Record, a spokesperson for Police Scotland only had the following to say for now: "There is an on-going incident at Ibrox and police are in attendance".

"But it is nights like this where you stick together and you show character, grit and determination that you build team spirit, and you build a one.
You can see there's potential in there to be a right handful and that's what we want him to be". It was stunning. Now people are feeling us, they know we are not a soft touch.

"I'm absolutely delighted with the players and now it's all about dusting ourselves down for a big game [against Aberdeen at Pittodrie] at the weekend".

Emergency services have been called to deal with violence outside the Ibrox Stadium. Pic Andi Denny
Image Emergency services were called after violence outside the Ibrox Stadium. Pic Andi Denny

"They deserve an terrible lot of credit as they have beaten a very good team, a unsafe team and I believe they will go on and win the Croatian league". This is a kid who missed six months at the back end of last season. "I was also very pleased with his performance against Wigan", he told Rangers' official YouTube channel.

After Thursday's clash against Osijek, Rangers will open the new Scottish Premiership season away at Aberdeen on Sunday, August 5.

In a press conference before the game, the former Liverpool midfielder revealed he is more concerned with his team's preparation than Mudrazija's comments. 'So we have passed two very good tests in the past seven days, considering the time we have been together and the changes made.

"But I thought we were excellent all over the pitch today."
We should have taken a few more chances tonight, but I asked the players to give everything they've got and they did that. "I thought we played against very unsafe opponents, a good team, a strong team with a lot of threats".

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