It was press conference day on Friday, ahead of Rangers’ weekend trip to Livingston.
It’s a huge game for the Gers, who lost at the Tony Macaroni earlier in the season. A win this time around is crucial to getting back on track in the title race.

Dolly Menga celebrates scoring the winner, back in September. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Yet, as usual, some of the press conference dealt with the fallout from the previous match.

There has been plenty of it, after an extremely disappointing midweek display at Rugby Park.
Joe Worrall’s mistake is still a huge talking point.
Worrall has faced severe criticism since his howler. (photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)
Gerrard had singled out the Nottingham Forest loanee for criticism, after the defeat.
Yet, today, he wanted to move on.
“Joe is human, people make mistakes”, said the manager.

“I’m more concerned about how he plays moving forward.”
This seems an altogether fair statement to make.
The manager has some serious selection headaches ahead of the weekend. (photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)
Of course, nothing can be done about it now.

The big centre-back can’t wind back the clock and do things differently.
That being said, the allusion by Gerrard that he will be back in action soon, was enough to provoke a reaction from Rangers fans.
Here’s a selection of those responses PC enough to be included!

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