You Wonder If Steven Gerrard Might Have Some More Thinking To Do

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You wonder if Steven Gerrard might have some more thinking to do.
If this is how his team responds to the end of their domestic ambitions, then the 39-year-old could be forgiven for feeling premature in so emphatically restating his commitment to Rangers.
Here was a new nadir. Just four days after Gerrard admitted hitting his lowest point with that Scottish Cup defeat at Tynecastle, those under his command twisted the knife again.
Losing at home to a team previously bottom of the Premiership - and who hadn't won in any of their eight previous games - is pitiful even by the woeful standard of result witnessed since the winter break.
Steven Gerrard raged on the sidelines as Rangers' poor recent run of form continued
David Moyo scored in the second half to put the underdogs ahead against Rangers
Celtic drawing at Livingston somehow only made it all the more galling.

A night that could have trimmed away some of the deficit has instead seen it grow to 13 points. The cacophony of booing, from those Rangers fans who stayed to the end delivered an unmistakable verdict on the miserable group of Light Blue shirts that trudged from the pitch.
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