Former Rangers player Andy Halliday has recently aired his thoughts on the Gers’ manager Steven Gerrard.
During his time with the club, the Englishman has overseen 119 matches, winning 72, drawing 28 and losing 19 of them.
So, in the latest episode of the Open Goal podcast, Halliday made an appearance and discussed what it was like to work under Gerrard.
He said: “I think you get that at a lot of clubs, though, where your assistant manager/first-team coach tends to take a lot [of the coaching]. Gerrard’s more the disciplinarian.
“He’s got that aura and presence. So, he doesn’t say a lot but when he says something, it carries.
“I think, you’re going into every single game, there’s just a clear instruction but every player knows their role – you know exactly what they want you to do.
“Every single week it’s the exact same, no matter who you’re playing. It’ll change, but going into every single game you know exactly what’s expected of you and the training’s enjoyable, which obviously always helps.”
As can be seen in what Halliday had to say, he evidently enjoyed the time that he spent working under Gerrard.
Do you think Steven Gerrard will win silverware with Rangers?
No, he's not good enough
Yes, he's a good manager
Hopefully, for the Gers, Gerrard’s methods translate into trophies sometime soon, as he is yet to win any silverware as manager of the Glasgow-based club (per Transfermarkt).