Posts tagged: Alfredo Morelos

Gerrard Wants Morelos Transferred

The loss to the Celtic team has led to several consecutive realizations for Steven Gerrard, manager of the Rangers. For instance, Alfredo Morelos has obtained a red card for the fifth time this season. As a result, Gerrard feels that he has to be sold and moved out.

Indeed, the game with the Celtics that happened last weekend was a decisive one for Gerrard’s team at many levels. It was crucial in terms of the team qualifying for the title in the Scottish Premiership. The team knew that they needed to win in this game if they were to qualify for the title. The loss has been a death knell for them. This game between the Rangers and the Celtics took place at Celtic Park, for Old Firm derby. The Light Blues traveled to Celtic Park for the game.
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Steven Gerrard has admitted to Rangers official website that his diamond formation in the 4-0 bashing of St Mirren was a flop.

Rangers were on the front foot leading 1-0 at half-time, when Gerrard changed his team’sformation to a 4-4-2 system, with Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos at the top as focal points of a two-pronged attack. From there, the Gers through this formation went on to score three more goals, and looked better as a team inthe attacking third of the pitch. Gerrard employed the same system in the first half in the tie against Kilmarnock last month, which resulted in them losing the match.
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Rangers’ Performance Against Motherwell

Steven Gerrard is impressed with the performance that Rangers provided when they beat Motherwell with a score of 7-1. Eros Gazda put in a great performance and sealed the deal by a great header move which completed the score that was needed by the team to win at Ibrox.

Gerrard was delighted that the Rangers, ruthless in their performance, was able to demolish the 10 man squad at Motherwell. Rangers won with a score of 7-1 which has given them the third position in Premiership and now they are two points behind the Celtic team leaders. He stated to RangersTV representatives that he did not want the players to think about scores but to keep pushing and to keep going. At halftime, he had told his team to be ruthless and that is how they played. With the home side having moved ahead by a score of 2-1, James Tavernier was able to overcome the penalty spot that Carl McHugh got when shown a yellow card for the second time.
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