By Mike Slater

14th Mar, 2021 | 4:45pm

Sir Kenny Dalglish fires Celtic warning over Rangers & Steven Gerrard

Sir Kenny Dalglish has fired a warning at Celtic and whoever their new manager will be over the success of Rangers.

Steven Gerrard has brought back the good times to Ibrox, and his fellow former Liverpool legend believes he won’t be stopping there after lifting the Scottish Premiership.

Celtic are on the search for a new man in charge after Neil Lennon left Parkhead after his season of torment in the shadow of the Bears.

Writing in his Sunday Post column, Dalglish claimed that the Gers will be on a mission to make sure that they turn this silverware into even more dominance.

“Celtic will be well aware they have a real fight on their hands to topple Rangers,” he said.

“The new regime will be up against a much stronger Rangers side than the one Steven started with almost three years ago.

“It was just a matter of when they got over the line. Now that they have, one thing is for certain, Steven Gerrard will not be resting on his laurels.

“That’s not his style. Now that he has tasted success, he will want more of it.”

Stormed the party.

Celtic came into this season laughing and joking, thinking they were going to easily reach 10-in-a-row, but Rangers have definitely taken over in Glasgow.

Gerrard has transformed the club, and the Bears are now going into their own run of dominating the competition of Scotland, although it has come through years of transformation.

The green side of Glasgow now have to sort themselves out, although, for them, they don’t have the time, especially with no manager and a crumbling fan base who can’t bare to see the Gers take control.

Dalglish is deep down fearful of what could happen in the next few years, with Gerrard definitely sticking around and looking to build a huge legacy of his own.

What happens in the summer will be critical, and could determine what level of competition we may be facing next season and beyond.

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