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Sport Steven Gerrard should end Ryan Porteous Rangers bad blood and sign big time defender - Hotline

15:45  22 september  2020
15:45  22 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard speaks with Ryan PorteousCredit: Willie Vass - The Sun. Porteous was booked for a block on Morelos in the first half, with the Colombian goal scorer hitting the deck holding his face. The pair of course also have previous from clashes between the sides in the past few

RANGERS boss Steven Gerrard blasted Hibs defender Ryan Porteous for a shocking tackle on Lassana Coulibaly. And Gerrard was fuming with Porteous ’ wild lunge on Coulibaly which referee Craig Thomson deemed only worthy of a yellow card.

Steven Gerrard received the Hotline treatment as callers accused the Rangers boss of hiding behind excuses.

It appears sitting top of the Premiership provides no immunity from the critics who took the former Liverpool star to task for his comments after drawing with Hibs.

Robert Montgomery, Kirkconnel said: “It’s time all the Rangers fans stopped crying into their cornflakes and addressed the real problem, their teams inability to kill off games. If you don’t take your chances there’s always the likelihood of teams coming back into the game and sneaking a draw. Gerrard knows this but after dropping points at Hibs he gives every excuse under the sun for his team’s bad performance. Come on Stevie, you’re better than that.”

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Steven Gerrard insists switching to a mi The on-loan Nottingham Forest defender allowed Brophy to steal possession before beating Allan McGregor but Gerrard felt his side should have responded to that set back better. 'The worry and the concern was that it had an effect on the 11 until half- time .

Later Gerrard said he needed time to think over his Rangers future. Referee Steven McLean was centre-stage with a string of bizarre decisions that infuriated both sides. But Hearts were not complaining at full time as they marched into the Hampden semi-final with their second win over

Tam McBrearty, Dumbarton, said: “It’s my 80th birthday today so I have earned the right to be a grumpy old git but I’m fed up with Gerrard’s constant moaning about refereeing decisions and how there’s an agenda against Rangers. When he’s winning it’s fine but as soon as points drop there is always someone else to blame.”

Gerrard Kelly, emailed: “Rangers fans are back on the Hotline talking about Celtic yet again. They must be running scared as I notice that when they lose or draw, Gerrard blames everybody with the exception of himself. It’s time to get the violin out.”

Scott Gowers, Edinburgh, said: “Scottish referees are clearly officiating Rangers games with a different rule book. Players can assault our players off the ball and only get a yellow card without compliance officer intervention. Normally where an official brandishes a card, the incident is deemed dealt with however Rangers players have had yellow cards upgraded with compliance officer intervention. I believe this to be the reason VAR is not in the Scottish game as Rangers would have a more commanding lead at the top.”

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Scott Cassidy, Bridgeton, said: “Rangers need to go and get Ryan Porteous from Hibs. The big defender and team-mate Paul Hanlon noised our players up from the first whistle and that’s something our team needs. Our backline hasn’t been tested all season but it was on Sunday and look what happened.”

Robert McEwan, Mount Vernon, said: “Celtic are getting better every week and the fact is that other teams in our league are not that great. Neil Lennon’s may have dropped down a level or two but think it will be business as usual title wise.”

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Brian Grant, emailed: “In reply to Hotline called George Wilson’s criticism of Scott Brown, his comments are an embarrassment and I’d point him in the direction of our captains trophy cabinet.”

Steve McSherry, Uddingston, said: “If caller George Wilson ever has something sensible to say I will be amazed. His utter nonsense about Rangers being better than Celtic and Brown never being much good. It shows how little he actually knows about the game.”

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Rangers winger Ryan Kent fails in his challenge against a two-game suspension while manager Steven Gerrard accepts a touchline ban after Sunday's Old Firm derby. Both Rangers and Celtic have also been charged by the SFA over a mass confrontation of players at the end of the game.

. Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has hit out at Hibernian defender Ryan Porteous after an exchange between some of his players and the And Gerrard believes referee Don Robertson should have taken stronger action against Hibs' defenders for challenges on his players during the match

Tony Bennett, emailed: “Just a wee message about anyone who is criticising Brown. Be careful what you wish for because our leader, our legend and our captain will stroll his way to the 10.”

Edward Fraser, emailed: “I don’t understand the Celtic fans having a pop at the players they feel are underperforming.

“We are unbeaten in the league and only one point behind Rangers with a game in hand. The only thing I’m not pleased about is the chopping and changing of players. Lennon needs to pick a first eleven and stick to it unless there’s injuries, other than that, I’m a relatively happy Celtic supporter.

Sonny Docherty, Kirkintilloch, said: “The lack of fans at games is clearly impacting Celtic as they are given such a lift at home as the support is their 12th man. It’s an issue but absence of an atmosphere won’t stop us celebrating what will hopefully be a historic season.”

And finally.

Stephen Johnstone, Ardentinny , said: "The season ticket holders and die hard fans who paid their dues are the losers during this pandemic by not getting to watch games inside stadiums. Surely these clubs should be cutting fees for watching streamed matches to all disadvantaged. The fans are paying and getting nothing in return through no fault of their own and if the league is cut short will they get a refund? I don’t think so.”

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Fraser Wilson takes your calls as the debate rages on after the weekend action. The referee awarded handballs against Well duo Bevis Mugabi and Liam Grimshaw while waving away a strong shout for the Steelmen when Allan Campbell fell under a Glen Kamara challenge.

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