Video – Celtic Question for Steven Gerrard on ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ spoof

CELTIC’S historic Treble Treble success was used to send up Steven Gerrard in a ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ send-up. The Ibrox boss could do nothing about Celtic winning a third successive treble last season as his team trailed off in the league race after ending 2018 level on points with the Hoops after a 1-0 win in the Glasgow Derby at Ibrox.

The Rangers exited both cup competitions to Aberdeen and Derek McInnes’ side went on to lose the League Cup Final to Celtic while Hearts got the better of them in the Scottish Cup semi-final before losing to Neil Lennon’s side at Hampden in May.

The Treble Treble winners – Celtic

Gerrard did manage to reach his first Cup Final as a manager this season but lost out in the League Cup Final in December to Celtic. That win meant that Celtic had won an incredible TEN successive trophies in a row, four of which were won while the former Liverpool legend occupied the manager’s chair at Ibrox.

In the video Gerrard guesses the answer to the £500k question after a fruitless Phone a Friend lifeline was used and that set him up for the £1million question. But when Celtic are mentioned he’d rather take the money rather than give them the correct answer.

Here’s a photograph of Neil Lennon with the three trophies he won in 2019, the Scottish Premiership up at Pittodrie, the Scottish Cup Final against Hearts then the League Cup Final against the Rangers. Afterwards Steven Gerrard had the violin out for weeks.

Lennon with his three trophies he won in 2019

Watch ‘Steven Gerrard’ on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, well sort of…enjoy!


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