Former Liverpool Player and Club Legend, Steven Gerard has Successfully Guided Rangers FC of Scotland to Clinching the 2020/21 Scottish League Title, putting an End to Celtic Dominance. The Confirmation of their title winning came as a result of Celtic's Goalless draw against Dundee United in the League on Sunday 7th of March,2021
The League Title was Rangers First since the 2010/2011 season. It was also their 55th league title Triumph.
Rangers are Currently Unbeaten in the league this season after Playing 32 games, winning 28, Drawing 4 and losing None.
The league triumph means Steven Gerard has also for the first time in his Career won a League title. He couldn't Achieve that feat as a Liverpool Player but came close on different Occasions but all ended in heartbreaks for Him.
Steven Gerard's Title winning Squad also Contains three Nigerian Players which are Leon Balogun, Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey who was signed on loan from Leicester City. All three Players had their own fair share of Contributions to the Squad .
Joe Aribo has so far played 24 goals this season in the League, scoring 6 goals and registering 4 assists as well
Leon Balogun has featured 17 times, registering 2 assists coupled with Solid defensive display
Calvin Bassey the on-loan left back has only 7 appearances for himself.
Congratulations to Steven Gerard and the Entire Rangers squad including our Nigerian Brothers for a Job well done.
Rangers Next game would be away to Celtic on the 21st of March, 2021.
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