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Gerrard: I’m not obsessed with Celtic!

Gerrard: I’m not obsessed with Celtic!

first_imgSteven Gerrard says that Rangers are looking to emulate Celtic’s Premiership title success but insists he ‘is not obsessed’ with the club’s Glasgow rivals.The sides will go head-to-head at Celtic Park on September 2 in what will be Gerrard’s first Old Firm fixture.Celtic recorded a convincing 5-0 win in the fixture last season, having already beaten Rangers 2-0 at Ibrox in the early stages of the campaign. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! Gerrard’s arrival has brought with it a new wave of optimism, however, with four points picked up from their opening two league fixtures and a two-legged aggregate victory over Maribor in the Europa League qualification stages.The former Liverpool captain penned a long-term deal at Ibrox in the summer with intentions to knock their Glasgow neighbours off the top of Scottish football and build a new structure at the club.”Of course,” Gerrard told BT Sport when questioned whether or not this was the case. “I’ve signed a four-year contract here and everybody realised the size of challenge so we need a bit of patience.”Celtic is the standard every team in Scotland will try to catch. But I’m really happy with how far we’ve come in a short space of time but for me it’s important to keep trying to build.”But I’m not obsessed with Celtic – just Rangers. If we keep improving then we believe we will be a challenge for anyone in any competition.”The thing is, will people be patient enough to give me that chance? I need to earn that chance.”Steven Gerrard Rangers Europa League 2018-19Celtic have won seven consecutive Scottish Premiership titles and went unchallenged for much of last season, ending the 2017-18 campaign nine points ahead of second-placed Aberdeen.Rangers’ final position of third was enough to see Graeme Murty removed as manager and Gerrard appointed on a four-year contract in view of toppling his old manager and current Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.The scale of the task is understood by Gerrard, however, who insists he is focused only on his own players for the time being.”Celtic have set the standard up here over the past couple of years,” Gerrard said.”They’re on the back on two Trebles and we understand how difficult the challenge will be – especially with the first game being away from home.”But it’s important for me not to be obsessed with Celtic or what’s going on over there. What’s important to me is trying to sort out this house, which is Rangers.”I need to try to make Rangers better individually and collectively and let’s try to be competitive.”Celtic have had their own way for too long up here and my job is to try to improve Rangers so that whenever we come up against Celtic or any other challenge that we have a chance to win.”Rangers will host Celtic in the reverse fixture in their final outing of 2018, on December 29.last_img read more

Amarjit set to realize dream against USA

Amarjit set to realize dream against USA

first_imgU17 World Cup U-17 World Cup: India’s Amarjit Singh – My dream will be realized against USA Rahul Bali Last updated 2 years ago 19:26 10/5/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Amarjit Singh Kiyam India U17 Mauritius U17 Anselm Noronha/Goal U17 World Cup India U17 The Indian skipper thanked the Indian football fans for their support to the team ahead of the U17 World Cup… India’s Amarjit Singh is focused on the task at hand as they gear up to face USA in their Group A opener against USA on Friday evening.The 16-year-old was asked if players were affected with some not making the cut in the final 21-member squad for India.“Those who left and came, we are all good friends. The world cup is something about which we are focused on.  Friends, we can meet later, after the World Cup. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. “In any sport, to play the World Cup is a dream for any athlete. My dream will be realized tomorrow. 60000 fans will come, Indians will watch the game across the country. Supporters are also needed and are important. We will give our best. The result, we will see later,” he said.He was questioned on his journey with the Indian national team over the last two years since he joined from Chandigarh Football Academy (CFA).“The journey has been good and bad so to say. Bad because we have sacrificed by staying away from family and friends and good because we will get to play in the World Cup. We don’t know when this chance would come next. For the very first time, the World Cup is happening and our job is to give the best.”last_img read more

Toronto house was where Black Christmas was filmed — and the slasher

Toronto house was where Black Christmas was filmed — and the slasher

first_imgGriffin’s new family included Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder, Andrea Martin and more, as well as the film director Bob Clark. Before the successes of A Christmas Story and Porky’s, Clark had recently moved to Toronto from the United States and was making his first Canadian feature film. Advertisement Advertisement Twitter This house on Clarendon Cres. in Toronto was used in the 1974 cult horror film Black Christmas. (CARLOS OSORIO / TORONTO STAR) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment center_img Login/Register With: Facebook Unnoticed by passersby and often unmarked by plaques, numerous Toronto addresses with big parts to play in cultural history sit mostly uncelebrated. In our series Local Legends, we tell you about them and put them on your mental map.In the early 1970s, actress Lynne Griffin was in her early 20s and establishing herself as an ingénue type on Toronto and Stratford stages, in the early days of Canadian theatre. After coming off of the world premiere of David French’s family drama Leaving Home at Tarragon Theatre, Griffin’s next project introduced her to a new group of sisters in a stately home not far from the Tarragon, in the neighbourhood of St. Clair Ave. W. and Avenue Rd.“I remember it as a very, very friendly place. That was one of the fun things about working on a project over a number of weeks, you really get to feel like those people were part of your family. Especially when you’re going to a house every day, it really starts to feel like your family home,” Griffin told the Star. Advertisementlast_img read more