Rangers boss Steven Gerrard SNAPS at question aimed at Jordan Rossiter

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JOE WORRALL reckons Rangers let boss Steven Gerrard down with their Hampden no-show against Aberdeen on Sunday. I thought tactically when we went to 10 we were very good and very professional.

Rangers crashed out of the Scottish League Cup at the weekend to Aberdeen, of course, and the inquest will likely still be going on today.

The former England under-20 worldwide is unlikely to see much game time if he goes back to Liverpool, with a number of forwards ahead of him in Jurgen Klopp's squad, so for the good of his career remaining at Ibrox, where he would feature much more regularly, may well be the better option.

"We could have done better at the end of the day".

McGinn had said: "We have shown in the past, the last time that we played Celtic in the Scottish Cup final, that we can fill half the stadium". Collectively, as a team, and individually, it would have been my first cup final as well and so I am a little bit miffed that we aren't in this one.

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Callum McGregor revealed, however, that he was looking forward to a final with Rangers and was disappointed they didn't make it through. I think, as a team, collectively, we were below par and Aberdeen beat us.

And they paid the ultimate price for that profligacy as Lewis Ferguson headed home the only goal of the game with 11 minutes remaining.

However, Windass is still clearly passionate about the club and hopefully we can learn from the experience to start winning these games once more.

The 31-year-old says, over the piece, Aberdeen know they could have played better when they had possession. But Gerrard must rue his team's use of the ball in the final, telling moment, where every Rangers pass or shot seemed routinely woeful.