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Rangers fans show frustration towards Steven Gerrard

Rangers may have progressed to the Round of 16 in the Europa League by beating Braga, but they have been brought right back down to earth in the Scottish Cup.

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They fell to a 1-0 loss against Heart of Midlothian in the quarter-final, after allowing Oliver Bozanic to score through their own calamitous defending.

Five minutes after the goal, Steven Gerrard brought Ryan Jack off for Ianis Hagi in an attempt to get back into the game, which proved to be futile both in trying to change the result and appease the fans.

Fans saw the Romanian’s introduction as being “63 minutes too late”, feeling confused by the fact that Gerrard waited until going behind to bring him on.

Hagi has got off to a superb start at Rangers, scoring three goals and registering an assist from six starts and one substitute appearance across the Europa League and SPFL.

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Therefore, it is pretty fair to suggest that he could have made a difference if he had started the game or been brought on earlier, and Gerrard’s decision not to involve Hagi sooner has certainly caused some uproar amongst supporters…

This is by no means the only call from the gaffer that has irked Gers supporters though, with one fan stating “Gerrard’s tactics are so laughable”.

The team were outdone by Hearts, as the home side had 12% more possession and five extra shots than Rangers managed.

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With this following just two wins from Rangers’ last six SPFL games, the indication is that Gerrard definitely has issues to address regarding the team’s domestic form.

Though if one fan gets their way, he won’t be the man charged with doing that, as they claimed they “hope he quits today”.

Meanwhile, one Rangers man has been slammed for their performance against Hearts.

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