Defeating Celtic in the Old Firm derby at the end of December brought Rangers’ lengthy winless streak to an end, while under his guidance Rangers reached the group stages of a European competition for the first time in almost a decade.
But it’s another, more recent record that the former Liverpool captain has the dubious honour of claiming.
Tuesday night’s William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final replay defeat to Aberdeen at Ibrox means the Dons have beaten Rangers in every domestic competition for the first time in history.
The Pittodrie side recorded a 1-0 win over the Light Blues at Hampden in the Betfred Cup semi-final in late October, before repeating the scoreline at Ibrox in early December on league duty.
Niall McGinn and Connor McLennan made it a hat-trick of wins in Glasgow over the Gers earlier this week.
Gerrard’s side have only recorded one win in six over Derek McInnes’ charges during the 2018/19 campaign - a 4-2 midweek win at Pittodrie featuring two penalties, two red cards and two braces apiece from Sam Cosgrove and Alfredo Morelos.
The teams will meet again post-split, but even a resounding win for Rangers won’t scrub this unwanted record from the Ibrox history books.