STEVEN GERRARD URGES RANGERS TO IMPROVE DISCIPLINE AFTER ANOTHER RED

Gerrard insisted he had no complaints about referee Don Robertson's 31st-minute dismissal of Ross McCrorie for denying a goalscoring opportunity to St Mirren debutant Nicolai Brock-Madsen.

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Ross PhotoRoss: Ross is a region of Scotland and a former mormaerdom, earldom, sheriffdom and county. The name Ross allegedly derives from a Gaelic word meaning a headland - perhaps a reference to the Black Isle. The Norse word for Orkney - Hrossay meaning horse island - is another possible origin. The area once b