'Not enough' - Gerrard wants more as Rangers secure second-place finish
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Gerrard not happy with Rangers despite securing second

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has admitted that finishing second in the league is “not enough” for the Gers and insists there is “still a lot of work” to be done at Ibrox.
The Gers confirmed their spot as runners-up with yesterday’s 2-0 win over Aberdeen but the Gers boss wasn’t overly happy with it.

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Gerrard believes the Light Blues have made progress but isn’t blind to the improvements that need to be made.
“Second place is not enough,” Gerrard said, as quoted by FootballScotland.

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“It is progress and I know the club is moving forward in certain areas. We are improving and looking stronger but there is still a lot of work and improvement to do.
“We need more quality to help the eleven on the pitch and we need to continue to improve our discipline and our injury record.
“If we make those three things happen, I’m confident we can be more competitive next season.”
The Gers welcome Hibs to Ibrox next weekend in their penultimate home game of the season.

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With three games left, Gerrard will be hoping his side can extend their run of wins until the end of the season.
There’s little doubt there need to be improvements between now and the start of the new season and some of Gerrard’s squad look as though they might only have three games to save their Ibrox careers.

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