Stevie G wades into anti-vax debate amidst Ibrox curfew

Stevie G wades into anti-vax debate amidst Ibrox curfew
Rangers FC's head coach Steven Gerrard gives a press conference on the eve of their match against Belgian club Standard de Liege on the first day of the group phase (group D) of the UEFA Europa League football competition, in Liege on October 21, 2020. (Photo by VIRGINIE LEFOUR / Belga / AFP) / Belgium OUT (Photo by VIRGINIE LEFOUR/Belga/AFP via Getty Images)

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard waded into the vaccination debate by revealing he’s 100% double jabbed but refused to divulge how many of the players are likewise.

With the new law in effect from two days ago, Rangers tomorrow will have to restrict attendees to providing passport checks or face being blocked from entry, and Gerrard was today asked how many of the squad have supported double vaccinations.

Gerrard, rightly, refused to tell the world private medical information about the players, who have their own right to choose whether or not to tell the world their choice, but did confirm his own status.

Of course, there’s a bit of a dilemma over the position of any sports people in this country who refuse the vaccination – as some of you will know the NBA’s Kyrie Irving refused the double jab and has now been exiled for half the season as a result, so it’s big news, and we’re not sure exactly if any of Rangers’ players would be allowed to play without a jab.

But it’s not confirmed, and the manager has doubled down on refusing to reveal who is or who isn’t.

That said the manager urged everyone to nevertheless have the vaccine, which implies some in the squad have not.

But Gerrard is double jabbed and clearly not afraid to endorse his view on it.

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  1. Well done Gerrard, not heard of anyone asking any other clubs or making a big fuss about it in Scotland. Time all this bias reporting was looked into as well as historic tax evasion by other clubs in Scotland and uk.

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