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ALFREDO MORELOS has apologised to his team-mates and Rangers fans for his Old Firm red card as he vowed to improve his behaviour.

The striker was dismissed for the fifth time this season on Sunday as Steven Gerrard's side lost 2-1 at Parkhead and Celtic moved within touching distance of title glory.

Morelos will miss four matches in the Premiership - the first two of which will be against Hearts and Motherwell in the coming days - and will be fined a week's wages as Gerrard takes a hard line against him for his latest moment of madness that cost Rangers any chance of victory.

Writing on his Twitter page, Morelos said: “Good afternoon, I would like to offer an apology to all the fans, my team-mates and the coaching staff for what happened in yesterday’s match. I promise to do everything in my power to ensure that nothing like that happens again and to give the club and the fans my all.

"Thanks for the support and affection you’ve always given me."

Gerrard will also be without the services of Andy Halliday for the outing against Hearts this week after he picked up a second yellow card for his part in the post-match melee. Halliday confronted Brown for celebrating in front of the away fans and players from both teams clashed.

That may not be the end of the disciplinary fall-out, though, and winger Ryan Kent will find out on Tuesday whether he faces a ban for punching Scott Brown.

Kent lashed out at the 33-year-old in the aftermath of James Forrest’s winner but the incident wasn’t spotted by referee Bobby Madden.

Compliance Officer Clare Whyte has until 3pm this afternoon to issue Notices of Complaint from the weekend fixtures and various issues are currently being investigated.

Shove yer sorry up yer fat erse Alfredo,you were given the chance to play with one of the biggest clubs in the world and you have over stepped the mark on numourous times,you let your club down,your manager and thousands of fans,you`ve been told to behave,you failed to listen on many occasion,so empty your locker and prepare to leave,maybe then you will quickly find out what a privledge it was to run out at Ibrox,you have some fantastic footballing skills but your head space is fooked up,you need to channel your anger and let your feet do the talking on the park..Thanks but no more,I want you sold and out of Ibrox asap.

posted on 1/4/19

Did he apologise to Scott Brown?

posted on 1/4/19


Bluenose you've won plenty points without him.

comment by My POV (U10636)

posted on 1/4/19

comment by Irvine No5* (U1006)
posted 7 minutes ago
Did he apologise to Scott Brown?

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It would take a massive swallowing of pride for any player to do that-unless it was particularly serious!

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 1/4/19

Is that not what the handshakes at the start are for?

'I apologise in advance for kicking sh*t out of you, cheating, tugging, diving etc. No hard feelings, mate'?

posted on 1/4/19

I genuinely think this is progress for the man!

comment by My POV (U10636)

posted on 1/4/19

comment by simon_bhoy - the happiest tim in the world (U16215)
posted 1 minute ago
I genuinely think this is progress for the man!
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That’s if you believe he means it.

posted on 1/4/19

comment by My POV (U10636)
posted 37 seconds ago
comment by simon_bhoy - the happiest tim in the world (U16215)
posted 1 minute ago
I genuinely think this is progress for the man!
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That’s if you believe he means it.
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I wouldn't know but it is literally the 1st time the narrative hasn't been everyone else at fault so that might be genuine.

Doesn't change rangers dying mind

comment by My POV (U10636)

posted on 1/4/19

‘Doesn't change rangers dying mind’

Something we can all agree on.

posted on 2/4/19

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 21 hours, 13 minutes ago
Gerrard saying he'll recommend to the board that Morelos is fined...who the fck is in charge of player discipline if its not him?
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What are the odds on Gerrard taking a job south of the border next season? This season of combat training has made him a stronger man.

posted on 2/4/19


<What are the odds on Gerrard taking a job south of the border next season? >

He's a stick on for CEO of the company that Tory Transport Minister

'Failing' Grayling awarded the post Brexit ferry contract to.

The company that has no ferries and has no plans to acquire any.

He could do well there.



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