Forget the Toon Sou tells Steve
Irish Daily Mirror|October 20, 2021
RANGERS icon Graeme Souness believes Steven Gerrard should snub any Newcastle United approach and stick with Rangers.
MARK PIRIE

Ibrox boss Gerrard is reportedly a leading contender alongside Belgian boss Roberto Martinez and Villarreal manager Unai Emery to succeed Steve Bruce.

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