Steven Gerrard started his first day at Rangers’ training ground meeting the staff, but what happens on the second day could be even more important.
The Daily Record claims that on Thursday the Gers boss is set to have a “series of meetings with senior club figures” before the first-team begins pre-season training on Friday.
These meetings could prove to be vital, as they may well be discussions of what the next step is in Gerrard’s Ibrox revolution.
Gerrard has already started robustly, as he and director of football Mark Allen have made six signings for the Gers. the latest of which, Connor Goldson, was completed on Wednesday.
The Gers boss now has to decide what direction he will take next in his short managerial career, and you would imagine that would involve Allen and the senior figures at the meetings looking for more players to add to his squad, particularly up-front.
With the massive caveat that he has not yet managed a game, Gerrard’s Ibrox revolution seems to be going very well.
The Gers have sold many season tickets, and made a flurry of new signings, who have the chance to improve the team.
Now comes the next step – how will the players perform on the pitch – and there is little doubt that Gerrard will be outlining how he hopes to get the Gers back to the top of Scottish football in his discussions on Thursday.
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