After managing to reach the round of 16 stage last season, the Gers have gone on to reach the final of the Europa League this season, where they will face Eintracht Frankfurt tonight.


While acknowledging it as a big achievement for the club, Moore insisted that it all started with the appointment of Gerrard as the man-in-charge back in 2018.



Moore believes that the Liverpool legend did a lot of hard work and implemented a clear plan in order to not just stop Celtic from winning their tenth successive league title but also lay the foundation from which they are now benefitting.


“When Steven came in 2018, he took on a very difficult first coaching job”, Moore told German magazine Kicker.



“The job was always to get back on top, but with limited resources.


“He did it with a lot of hard work and a clear plan – and in the process stopped Celtic winning ten consecutive titles.



“Steven laid the foundation from which we are now benefiting.”


Rangers have over 100,000 fans currently in Seville for the final, while their ticket allocation for the game is under 10,000.