Video: Steven Gerrard Says Andy Halliday ‘Nearly Lost His Eye’ in Livingston Game

Video: Steven Gerrard Says Andy Halliday ‘Nearly Lost His Eye’ in Livingston Game

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has revealed midfielder Andy Halliday ‘nearly lost his eye’ during this afternoon’s match with Livingston.

Halliday, filling-in at left-back in the absence of Borna Barisic, started this afternoon’s 1-0 victory over Gary Holt’s men at Ibrox, with Scott Arfield riffling home the winner.

It looked like Halliday’s game might be finished after he sustained a nasty-looking head knock after falling over the advertising hoardings, and his manager has verified the severity of the injury, whilst praising his player’s grit and determination to carry on:

Despite picking up all three points against a tough opponent, the result leaves Rangers 10 points behind bitter rivals Celtic in the race for the Premiership title, albeit having played a game less.

Halliday hasn’t always been first-pick under Gerrard at Rangers, but does this incident underline the fact he possesses the commitment and desire some of the other Gers players perhaps lack at times?

Let us know in the comments section below…

More in Football

Cristiano Ronaldo: One More Goal Towards His Legend

Jonny BoyleJanuary 13, 2021

The Growing Diversity of Online Football-Related Games

Jonny BoyleDecember 18, 2020

Best Ever Premier League Transfers

Jonny BoyleDecember 14, 2020

6 Best Youth Football Academies with Historical Roots That Have Managed to Pass the Test of Time

Jonny BoyleNovember 26, 2020

Jamie Young’s Journey To The Top

Jonny BoyleNovember 18, 2020

Why AC Milan Visit is a Significant Point in Celtic’s Season

Jonny BoyleOctober 22, 2020

Why Scotland Has a Chance of Best Representation in Europe For Years

Jonny BoyleSeptember 24, 2020

Are Chelsea Now Title Contenders With New Signings?

Jonny BoyleSeptember 10, 2020

Why We Should All Be Excited About Leeds United’s Premier League Return

Jonny BoyleSeptember 8, 2020