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Karine Grigoryan

24-12-2020 | 17:35 Football

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard sends emphatic title message after St. Johnstone win

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has sent an emphatic title warning to his squad after celebrating a 3-0 win over St. Johnstone on Wednesday. Gerrard’s side are currently leading the Scottish Premiership table with 53 points and are 16-points ahead of Celtic, who have played three games less than the Gers. “We’re very pleased with our form, we’re very pleased with the run we’re on in the league,” Gerrard said [STV] “With 19 games gone, to return 53 points is a really good effort from the players. But it’s halfway and there’s a lot of football to be played, a lot of games, a lot of twists and turns. “The important thing for me is to keep these players focused on the next challenge and that will be tough, because it’s against Hibs. “The challenge is to keep people fit and healthy and in a good place and in good form. This is a different situation with Covid and this type of stuff, so we need to guard against anything that can come our way. “But if we keep everyone fit and fresh we’re a good team and we’ll win football matches. That’s the challenge for me, just go game to game. Don’t get too ahead of ourselves and stay balanced. “The games are coming thick and fast and we have to be ready.” source - rangersnews.co.uk

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