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I can bring the glory days back to Ibrox: Gerrard

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Steven Gerrard admits Rangers' William Hill Scottish Cup exit has left him feeling low - but insists he is still determined to take his team back to the top.

But I'm fine.

The Champions League winner knows his performance will be under scrutiny as never before when Rangers host Kilmarnock today, but the defiant boss believes he is still the man to bring the glory days back to Govan.

There will be new players, there will be better players because the current players need support to keep growing and to give them a better chance of competing.

The former Liverpool captain's rookie season as Gers boss is destined to finish without a trophy after the Ibrox outfit were dumped out at the quarter-final stage by Aberdeen on Tuesday.

The defeat - Gers' third to the Dons in Glasgow since Gerrard made his move north - left the former England midfielder reeling as it brought his Ibrox honeymoon period to an end.

"It's been tough since Aberdeen," said Gerrard.
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