Former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram thinks that Steven Gerrard should come out of retirement to become player manager for his new club.
He thinks the 38-year-old would be “ten times” better than any other midfielder at the club.
Gerrard retired from football while playing for LA Galaxy in November 2016 after a glittering 19-year career.
Talking in the Scottish Sun he said: “If I was Steven, the first thing I’d be doing would be getting my boots out. He’s ten times better than what we’ve got.
“He’s 38 but put him in. He’d dominate the midfield against any team.
“I’m excited by the prospect of Steven Gerrard coming to the club. He has the pedigree as a player and he’ll bring in a better class of player.”
Football Insider verdict:
Steven Gerrard might be willing to put a lot on the line for Rangers but he isn’t about to roll back on his retirement, which was almost two years ago. Could he still do a job at Rangers? Possibly, if he were to get himself back to match fitness. But while he was doing that, who would actually manage the club? We can file this one under fantasy football. Now what Gerrard does need is someone like him, and with his extensive contact book, he should be able to find his man.
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