Rangers manager, Steven Gerrard has come out to say that coaching Liverpool is not part of his immediate future plans. He recently revealed that he is fully committed to his role at Rangers Football club.
According to him, he really cannot control any media speculation about his position, and he’ll never welcome or add to it.
Gerrard added that he is currently focusing on his job in Scotland and he is very flattered with his position.
His words, “I can’t control any media speculation about my position.”
“I don’t welcome it, I don’t add to it. All I do is focus on the job I have here and I’m very flattered and grateful for the position.”
“I’m very happy here, I’ve said it on numerous occasions, it’s a huge club, I’m settled, I’m happy and I can continue to develop and keep trying to push this team forward.”
“I think at Rangers you are always trying to reset the remit.”
“Since I first came here, we have completed a lot of the challenges that were set for me, my staff and the players, but the goalposts always move at a club that has experienced the kind of success that Rangers have.”
“We’ve had incredible success, we made history last year, but it’s about parking that up now and looking to build on that.”
“I think this job comes with huge pressure every single season, no matter whether it is a success. There are always things to improve on, you always reset and get ready to go again. The pressure never changes, I don’t feel under any other pressure than I did on day one really.”
“My job every day comes with that responsibility to try to make this club better, and keep striving for success. We’ve got targets now set for the end of the season and that is to try to be as dominant as we can and get as much silverware we can to add to last year.”
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