Steven Gerrard: Rangers players have 'relaunched' club with win

Steven Gerrard: Rangers players have 'relaunched' club with win

Red cards for Alfredo Morelos and Jon Flanagan either side of half-time made Rangers' path to the group stage more arduous, as Ufa bombarded Allan McGregor in search for the two goals they needed. There is no doubt Steven has made a difference to them and made a change to them, a positive change.

"I've said before I love the player and I love the person but at the same time all my players need to learn quick that when you come away in Europe sometimes the decisions are not the same as domestically and we have to find some discipline because as a group ours hasn't been good enough so far".

"We expected to get through and without being very arrogant about it we know what we have in the dressing room.We have done it the hard way but we have got there in the end."

The Gers have been busy over the course of the summer, splashing the cash on a swathe of new players in an attempt to close the gap between themselves and bitter rivals Celtic.

While Gerrard's focus is on securing a result in the Neftyanik Stadium to bank a £6million payday from group-stage football, work is continuing back in Scotland to tie up late deals before the transfer window closes on Friday night. It is a marvellous thing for everyone.

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"He is a very unsafe player and while you never want to see anyone injured, we are thankful he wasn't available to play against us". We dealt with the setbacks excellently well.

Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has insisted that the players are not thinking about the Celtic game ahead of their Europa League clash this evening.

"It was a massive game tonight though so we haven't even allowed ourselves yet. We go into Sunday bouncing and full of confidence".

It looks as though Grezda, who plays for the Glasgow giants' previous European opponents Osijek, will add to the Scottish side's attacking options for the remainder of the campaign.

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