Gerrard feels players who break health protocol have ‘let down’

Gerrard feels players who break health protocol have 'let down'

Glasgow Rangers coach Steven Gerrard is furious with his five players. This Wednesday, the English manager said he was “disappointed” after some violent health protocols were held after holding a fragmented party.

Tensions between the Rangers have increased significantly. Two months after breaking health rules for the first time by Scottish team players to attend an underground party, the Glasgow Rangers are weakened once again due to breach of control rules.

On Wednesday, Rangers coach Steven Gerrard announced that five players (Bongani Zungu, Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassi, Depo Maybud and Brian Kinnear) were forced into quarantine after breaking health rules and being fined. The trapped players had organized a secret party, which was interrupted by the police in the morning.

Steven Gerrard “Disappointed with Events”

Angry after the behavior of his players, the Glasgow Rangers coach said he was “dropped” from his team’s share in front of the media on Wednesday. Steven Gerrard said, “I will talk to all these boys face to face because we are allowed to do that.”

Coaches of the leading Scottish Championship team “feel personally disappointed by the recent events, but I try to move forward and focus on the essentials,” admitted Gerrard who is above all planning for the next matches.

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