Monday, October 1, 2018

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard 'strongly condemns' missile-throwing incident against Livingston that left linesman hurt

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has same there's no place in soccer for the type of incident that saw Associate in Nursing assistant referee affected by a missile thrown from the gang throughout Sunday’s match at American Revolutionary leader.

File image of Steven Gerrard. ReutersThe Scottish post game was delayed for many minutes within the half to permit treatment to lean to Calum Spence.

Television footage showed Spence hemorrhage from a move the rear of the top once being cut down by Associate in Nursing object thrown from an area housing Rangers supporters.

Local media same Rangers would work with American Revolutionary leader and Police European country to spot the perpetrator.

“I don’t suppose that belongs in soccer, will it?” Gerrard told reporters once the sport, that Rangers lost 1-0.

“I suppose we have a tendency to all understand that’s not right. He’s attempting to try and do employment therefore that’s not right.”

A professional union for senior soccer referees in European country condemned the incident Associate in Nursingd referred to as on the Scottish soccer Association (SFA) to launch an investigation.

“We powerfully condemn the unacceptable incident at today’s game. This can not be tolerated,” Prospect European country soccer Referees Branch same on its Twitter page.

“We turn the @ScottishFA to hold out Associate in Nursing imperative full investigation. Referees area unit entitled to a secure geographical point, free from intimidation and violence.”

Livingston’s shock win saw them move higher than each Rangers and champions Celtic into third place within the table.

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