Celtic manager Neil Lennon has admitted that he sympathises with Rangers boss Steven Gerrard following the side's poor results since the break.
According to a report in The Herald, Lennon shared that he also been through these tough times and understands the pressures that come if a club has a string of poor results - he further added that it does eventually turn into positive.
He said: “I can empathise to a certain degree, yeah. I’ve been through that myself.
"It’s a tough environment at times, and an unrealistic environment at times as well.
“I can’t really comment on the form that Rangers are in or what they are going through. You have empathy for all managers because it’s such a tough job and there are so many aspects to it.”