After yesterday's hammering, it seems extremely unlikely that Graeme Murty will be given the manager's job on a full-times basis, but do you think Gerrard will be the man to step into the breach?
Gerrard has combined punditry work with his role as Liverpool Under-18 coachSteven Gerrard taking the Rangers manager's job is a "no-brainer", says former England captain Alan Shearer.BBC Scotland understands talks between the club and ex-Liverpool midfielder Gerrard, 37, have progressed well and he is said to be keen to take charge.
There had been speculation about Murty's future before Rangers' recent 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Celtic after chairman Dave King said they would have to make "the best appointment they can make" for next season.
After chairman Dave King cast fresh doubt on whether the ex-Scotland global defender would have his contract renewed in the summer - ahead of the Gers' 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final hammering from Rodgers' rampant Celts in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals - it emerged that Steven Gerrard was the frontrunner to take over in the build-up to yesterday's confrontation. I think that's a good thing for Rangers.
Celtic secured a seventh-consecutive Scottish Premiership title by thrashing bitter rivals Rangers.
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Celtic move to 78 points, which puts them 10 ahead of Aberdeen meaning they now can not be caught at the top.
Celtic are now one win away from claiming 50 Scottish football championships.
Only Hearts, Kilmarnock and Hibernian have defeated Celtic in the Premiership, while Aberdeen, Hamilton, Ross County and Partick Thistle have lost all their league games against the champions so far.
James Forrest's first Old Firm goal is one he'll never forget.
The lively lynchpin has been an important cog in Brendan Rodgers' machine this season, starting in 28 matches for the club, and since his real breakthrough season in 2011/12, the Scot has lifted the domestic title every season.