The previous Ibrox gaffer took to Instagram to share an image of the Rangers tones in the Spanish city and he stated: “Best of luck Rangers. We should go!”
Gerrard utilized the expression “how about we go” when he previously joined the Govan outfit as supervisor and it has stuck as his proverb since.
The previous England and Rangers striker said Wednesday night’s match is “huge” for the club.
With less money in Scottish football than in a few other European associations, he expressed getting to the last is “up there with probably the best accomplishments of Scottish clubs”.
Hateley told BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland program: “In the cutting edge round of football where money is top dog and there’s not much of that around in that frame of mind, to have the option to copy the highest levels of European football clubs, it’s amazing, it is up there.
“Officers have been probably the best group in this opposition, from a truly sluggish beginning it should be said, however they have better, developed into it.
“I think Gio (supervisor Giovanni van Bronckhorst) coming in has assisted the football with clubbing and the group well.
“He’s taken that forward and that conviction forward and transformed us into finalists, and he’s done it in some style.”