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Video: Steven Gerrard Admits He Doesn’t Know How to Put Hamilton Defeat Into Words

Video: Steven Gerrard Admits He Doesn’t Know How to Put Hamilton Defeat Into Words

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has struggled to put into words his side’s 1-0 defeat at home to Hamilton, and admits he’s even more disappointed than after the weekend’s Scottish Cup exit at Hearts.

Following Saturday’s bitter disappointing result at Tynecastle, Gerrard and his players had the responsibility of keeping alive their slim hopes of keeping their Premiership title hopes alive at home to Brian Rice’s relegation-threatened Accies – who started the evening bottom of the table.

Connor Goldson’s second-half error handed a gilt-edged opportunity to Hamilton striker Marios Ogkmpoe, who coolly slotted the ball beyond Allan McGregor, and left Gerrard and his staff absolutely furious on the touchline:

Rangers are now 13 points behind bitter rivals Celtic in the Ladbrokes Premiership after another round of fixtures, but do you think Gerrard should now be fearing for his job security?

Do you think he’ll definitely still be at Ibrox on the opening day of next season?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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