Published: Fri, August 03, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Mass brawl outside Rangers' Ibrox stadium in Glasgow ahead of Osijek game

Mass brawl outside Rangers' Ibrox stadium in Glasgow ahead of Osijek game

However, they held on to see out the game and secured a place in the next round against Slovenian side Maribor.

'I'm absolutely delighted with the players and now it's all about dusting ourselves down for a big game at the weekend'. "You can see there's potential in there to be a right handful and that's what we want him to be".

"They deserve an bad lot of credit as they have beaten a very good team, a unsafe team and I believe they will go on and win the Croatian league", he told RangersTV. It was stunning. Now people are feeling us, they know we are not a soft touch.

Gerrard also praised his side's game management, adding: "I think we managed the game in the final stages after the goal really well and I thought we showed a good level of experience".

Gerrard made just one change from the first-leg, and it seems to fair to suggest that it was a change that few would probably have been expecting as Jamie Murphy dropped down to the bench for the rematch.

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Gerrard was named Rangers manager in May and has brought in 10 players as he looks to end the dominance of Glasgow rivals Celtic, who have won the league for seven successive years and completed an unprecedented "double-treble" last season with victories in the league and both domestic cup competitions. "I was also very pleased with his performance against Wigan", he told Rangers' official YouTube channel.

Gerrard felt this progression was a significant milestone for his emerging team, who now head to Pittodrie for Sunday's mouth-watering Premiership opener.

"Not many teams will come here as good as them and we have passed two tough tests in the last week".

'We are new but I think we deserve to be where we are. "We played against a very risky opponent but over the two legs we did exactly what we needed to do".

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