Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is the hero of the Ibrox support but going by wall art hung in his house the Gers are a pretty big deal to him too.

After sharing an image of himself and son Lio on Instagram during a special movie night with his wee boy, eagle-eyed Gers fans noticed a special image hanging on his wall.

The Ibrox gaffer has hung a picture of himself playing in a Rangers kit at Ibrox and sharing the moment with his son on his living room wall.

The snap is taken from a Rangers Legends v Liverpool Legends charity match which took place at Ibrox in October 2019.


Anfield legend Gerrard started the match in the red of Liverpool but returned to the dressing room in the second half to change into a Rangers kit.

Gerrard as a player was synonymous with his time at Liverpool and as a manager, he’s becoming embedded into the fabric of life at Rangers Football Club.

The gaffer clearly wanted to take to the Ibrox pitch as a player and it’s a moment which not only meant a lot to Rangers fans but clearly to Gerrard himself.

This image in particular was taken shortly after son Lio scored a goal at Ibrox much to the celebrations of the club’s supporters.

The Rangers fans applauded the Ibrox gaffer as they fawned over the fact the legendary former England captain has an image of himself in a Gers kit hanging on his wall.

The Rangers boss has previously spoken about his love of the Gers since joining as manager with the Ibrox club holding a special place to Gerrard.

The Liverpool legend once said he now has “two clubs in my heart” as he talked up his time at Rangers so far.

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