The new Rangers boss was given a taste of what it's like in the dugout on Sunday in his first league game in charge of the Scottish club.
Despite his side being reduced to 10 men in the 12th minute with the straight red card for Alfredo Morelos, they had dealt easily with an ineffective Aberdeen until 19-year-old Anderson fired home from 14 metres out on his debut for the Dons.
Say what you like about the red card and Rangers' performance, Gerrard certainly showed an interesting side to his management by delivering such an eye-catching post-match interview. "I thought we were very good with 11 men, I thought we were even better when we went down to 10".
"I thought we were a class above Aberdeen today. For 93 minutes it was flawless".
"Who would not like to play every week in such an atmosphere?"
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"Aberdeen only had one idea, to lump it in the box, and I'm pleased with the players, I'm delighted and I can't go away from here disappointed with any of them". It is a tough one to take but we should be incredibly proud of today.
McKenna had been at the heart of the sending off of Morelos, who went for an early bath when the 22-year-old Colombian retaliated to the Aberdeen player's barge.
However, Rangers responded well to the dismissal and took the lead after 30 minutes when James Tavernier scored from the penalty spot. "We need to be a bit more streetwise in that moment".
Celtic, the big rival of Rangers, began the defence of its league title with a 3-1 win over Livingston on Saturday.
French midfielder Olivier Ntcham added a third with a penalty five minutes after the break, rendering Scott Robinson's added-time goal a mere consolation.