Gerrard vows Rangers will attack despite being away from home

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 25: Steven Gerrard, Manager of Rangers looks on during the UEFA Europa League Group G match between Rangers and Spartak Moscow at Ibrox Stadium on October 25, 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Ahead of tonight’s match between Rangers football club and Spartak Moscow, Rangers head coach Steven Gerrard has vowed his side will attack despite not being at home and having seen that Spartak Moscow needs a win.

Speaking to Express Uk, Gerrard said:

“The easiest thing to do in football is parking the bus. In certain games, you put men behind the ball, frustrated and time-wasted.”

“You play for that set-piece or that one moment that gives you something to hang on to. There are certain games where maybe you are left with no choice, but it’s not my style.”

MOTHERWELL, SCOTLAND - APRIL 07: Scott Arfield of Rangers celebrates with teammates after scoring his team's first goal during the Scottish Ladbrokes Premiership match between Motherwell and Rangers at Fir Park on April 07, 2019 in Motherwell, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Rangers’ chairman believes his team can become a dominant force

Dave King spoke how he was very happy after coach Steven Gerrard's first season in the Scottish Premier League club.

“I want to coach and enjoy football. I don’t want to be negative. I want us to be as positive as we can. I believe in attacking football and entertainment. I believe in that.”

“They [Spartak] have to win. They’ve got no choice. A draw doesn’t really do anything for them. There is no way in the world they are going to sit back. I think they will come for us.”

“I think they will go for it and try to change the atmosphere of the crowd here by scoring first and trying to get a positive win against us. So we have to be aware of that.”