STEVEN GERRARD has told how he will remind his players of their responsibilities after it was revealed late last night that Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli breached quarantine rules by travelling to Spain.

The Parkhead full-back sneaked off without telling anyone at the club of his trip and now chiefs are furious at the player for risking the campaign and the safety of his teammates, coaching staff and opposition. 

The Ibrox boss acknowledged the Bolingoli incident at his press conference this morning and revealed that he would remind his players of their responsibilities despite their "first class" behaviour to date.

Gerrard, along with his fellow Premiership managers and club captains, held talks with Scottish Government officials on Monday evening where the message about responsibilities were hammered home.

Asked if he was concerned about the season being paused, he said: “It certainly has in terms of me being on that chat yesterday, the severity of the chat, how important it is that everyone behaves in the right way.

“And it is a concern and a worry because if mistakes continue to happen, there is no doubt about it, the football season will be cancelled and that’s not what I want or what anyone wants at Rangers, or throughout Scottish football.

"We will remind everyone of our responsibilities.

"Up to now, everyone has done great here at Rangers and the medical department has been first class."

Ahead of tomorrow's visit of St Johnstone Gerrard added: "It will be a light recovery day and we will be ready to go again and come out the blocks tomorrow. We will have changes to the squad which you will see tomorrow."