Steven Gerrard says Rangers have been “to hell and back” for the past decade as they were on the verge of a first Scottish Premiership title since 2011

Gerrard’s team beat St Mirren and reached a point to become a master

They will also win the league if Celtic fail to beat Dundee United on Sunday, putting an end to their Old Firm rivals’ hopes for a tenth straight title

In June 2012, a little over a year after she turned 54 Scottish title win, the club was put into liquidation after a substantial debt settlement was not reached with its creditors

The club’s assets were transferred to a new company, but the Rangers had to start the following season in the Scottish Third Division

The Ibrox squad returned to the top within four years but couldn’t stop Celtic’s dominance in Scottish football

In the 2019-20 season, Celtic set the record for Walter Smiths Rangers in the 1980s and 1990s with nine consecutive titles, and Hoops fans had high hopes for the famous “10 in a row” in this campaign could be achieved

Gerrards Rangers, however, had other ideas that will make this long-awaited title win even cuter for their followers

After Saturday’s game at Ibrox, Gerrard, who became Rangers boss in the summer of 2018, said on the club’s website: “I don’t think there will ever be three bigger points if I represent this club”

“It was an emotional day, obviously arriving here and seeing the scenes It was an incredible feeling

“I have no idea how to describe my team I’ve been here for three years and they took me on a hell of a long journey It wasn’t always on the rise but I can only praise my players

“This club has been to hell for the past 10 years and back I’ve only been at it three years but I can definitely relate to it and I have this feeling and affection for the fans and I know what they went through “

With Rangers on the verge of the title, hundreds of followers arrived outside of Ibrox to begin the celebrations – in breach of the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 restrictions

With the fans’ festivities within earshot, the Rangers players ran to one of the Ibrox exit gates at the full-time whistle to celebrate in front of the fans

Gerrard said he understood the emotions but urged calm and urge people to stick to the rules while emphasizing his wish that this would mark the beginning of a new era of domination at Ibrox

“I totally understand the scenes,” he added, “But I think it’s important that they are safe too, and we all try to be humble and focus on what’s left because there are still many great games left and we want more

“I’ve always said the first [title] is the hardest, and we’re obviously millimeters away from getting there”But I don’t know, I feel like I want more up here today, I’m hungry for more and I hope my players share that. If they do, it’s an exciting time to be a Rangers fan.” / p>

“For me, the priority is to really let this go, get it done officially, and realize the monumental feat it is. But that must leave you hungry for more

“I’m already thinking about what’s next and I want more. This is what drives me every day when I come to work. Since I was a young guy, I just want to be successful and I want to win, I want to Winning soccer games and I want to have such moments in the locker room. That’s what ”

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