This is going to be a very strongly-worded no-holds barred article over the traitor that is Steven Gerrard, and if you don’t like the sentiment this isn’t the piece for you.
We have formulated this over the last 48 hours, shaped based on our own sentiments and more importantly, those of the readers and our audience.
With a social media audience close to 60,000 and hundreds of thousands of readers on our website, we can safely say the opinion we’ll express in this piece very much mirrors what we’re seeing online from the vast majority of fans now, and we can’t say we blame them.
And that is that Steven Gerrard is, and always will be, deeply two-faced.
The number of lies he told Rangers fans beats anything any of his predecessors said, and we begin with this beauty from 2019:
There were also the early lies about only playing players who earned it, who were in form, and telling all players they had to fight for the shirt. That was exposed as a lie pretty quick as his pals like Ejaria, Tavernier and Goldson didn’t have to earn it at all.
But quite frankly we could go through all the lies he spouted, and be here all year – the most deeply disturbing is his shameful and diabolical exit.
He slipped out by the back door, telling no one of his intentions. All Villa had to do was pay out his compensation.
The first the players knew of it was when he was holding the Villa shirt up with the beaming smug grin of a man who played Rangers like a fiddle.
All that horse**** about never leaving this club for anyone other than Liverpool, and even then mocking Emma Dodds over her now infamous question about his future only a couple of weeks ago – these stains will stick to him for the rest of his career, and now we know that he has zero integrity.
He had the absolute gall to claim he leaves Rangers with his head held high.
Even more comically, he has not apologised or even referred to the fans at all, aside that brief Instagram post.
In all his media work since this began, he’s made it pretty clear how little he actually thinks of Rangers and our fans, and the two-facedness of his exit is frankly deeply unerring.
We’ve not even mentioned how he took 6 staff members with him.
He swore there were two clubs now in his heart. That was clearly false.
He tells us once a Ranger always a Ranger. Not sure true Rangers behave the way you have mate.
We’re seeing the true emotions of fans coming out now the past two days and while there’s plenty of that ‘move on he’s gone ffs’ type comments, many more are slating the man.
So we can honestly say we’re glad you’re gone, and for us, sorry, you’re not welcome back.