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30/12/2018 - 12:40 GMT

Steven Gerrard’s Done Amazing But Celtic Have Gone Backwards – Former Bhoy

 




Former Celtic midfielder Craig Burley admits Steven Gerrard has done a brilliant job at Rangers so far this season, but feels that the Bhoys have regressed.

Rangers handed Brendan Rodgers his first derby defeat as Celtic boss on Saturday, and the win helped the Gers draw level with the Hoops at the business end of the Scottish Premiership table.




Ryan Jack scored the only goal of the game in the first half and Rangers held on in the second half to beat Celtic for the first time in two years.

Burley feels Gerrard has done well with the resources he has had at Rangers, but has explained that Celtic are not the side they were when Rodgers led them to a treble last term.
 


“He [Gerrard] has done amazingly well. They haven’t always played well”, Burley said on the ESPN FC show.

“I don’t think he’s particularly happy with the way they are playing and the squad they’ve got, but they’ve managed to peg Celtic back.
 


“And Celtic for their part have been nowhere near as good as they have been in the last couple of years.

“So they’ve regressed and there’s talk about Rodgers not getting the money to spend in the transfer window.

“They didn’t have a particularly good time in the Champions League. They did manage to get out of the Europa League group stage into the knockout.

“But it looks as if it [the title race] might go all the way and that’s a good thing for Scottish football.”

Celtic have a game in hand over their rivals in the Premiership table heading into the winter break, but Rangers will hope to push the Hoops in the second half of the season after managing to be consistent in the first half of the campaign.