Rangers fans might be utterly devastated about the club’s Scottish Cup exit to the hands of relegation-threatened Hearts going by the post-match reaction.

Some might even be doubting the suitability of Steven Gerrard and the current squad when it comes to challenging on the domestic front.

But most will agree that despite a woeful run of domestic form over the last two months, Rangers have undoubtedly improved under the Scouser on the whole.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard cut a devastated figure in his post-match interviews. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

That said, the Liverpool legend’s position as manager at Ibrox is about to be seriously tested, and the comments of the Rangers boss in the aftermath of the Hearts result has some fans worried.

“I just need to think,” said Gerrard [Campbell].

“I need to think. I am feeling pain right now because I want to win here, I am desperate to win here.

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“Looking from the side today, I didn’t get the impression that the feeling amongst my players was the same.”

The manager also cut a despondent figure in his post-match interview with Premier Sports.

Whilst there’s absolutely nothing definitive in the manager’s comments and absolutely no official suggestion he’ll leave, fans are fearing the worst when it comes to Gerrard himself.

You can tell the Rangers manager is still hurting after the result and as the former England captain says himself, he needs time to reflect on what has happened.

But according to these fans, they won’t be surprised if the manager walks after his latest comments:


It’s hard to blame Rangers fans for worrying about this after Gerrard’s post-match comments.

The Ibrox gaffer clearly feels let down by his players and Gerrard, like every single member of the Rangers support, is clearly hurting.

Is this a turning point for the club and the current Rangers manager?

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