When Steven Gerrard agreed to become head coach of Rangers, he took on an exceptional challenge. The team has been through a turbulent few years that has seen them fall from the only team able to challenge Celtic in the SPL, to the fourth tier of Scottish football.
Though Rangers have fought their way back to the top flight, they are still some way off challenging Celtic for the title, an honour that the latter has won seven years in a row. Gerrard's job in Scotland is to stop The Bhoy's winning streak, and to make Rangers relevant in the Old Firm derby again.
One of the key tools any manager can utilise, and one that Gerrard will have to master quickly, is the transfer market. The Liverpool legend is already looking to former teammates for help, procuring the services of Ovie Ejaria on loan from Liverpool.
It certainly makes sense for Gerrard to recruit players that he knows well, but why stop at Ejaria? There are plenty more players at Anfield that Rangers should consider.