Steven George Gerrard; MBE – born 30 May 1980. He is a retired English professional footballer, spending the majority of his career playing for Liverpool in the Premier League. Gerrard captained England for the first time in their 2-1 loss to Russia in a 2008 Euro qualifier match.

Gerrard spent 17 seasons at Anfield, making his Liverpool debut in 1998, cementing his place in the first team in 2000, and succeeding Sami Hyypiä as team captain in 2003.

His honours include two FA Cups, three League Cups, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Cup, and one UEFA Super Cup. Gerrard scored Liverpool’s first goal and won the penalty kick for the third as Liverpool came from 3–0 down to defeat Milan in the 2005 Champions League Final. He joined Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy in July 2015, spending one-and-a-half seasons there before retiring on 24 November 2016.

Gerrard was a strikers dream 

Daniel Sturridge has drawn out his Ultimate XI and it won’t be a surprise to any that Steven Gerrard features in it. 

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Gerrard told Coutinho to stay away from him in training 

Liverpool living legend Steven Gerrard told Philippe Coutinho to stay away from him, claiming he hated it when he trained with him. During the summer Coutinho was heavily linked to Barcelona during the summer but, despite handing in a transfer request, remains at Anfield and has been in-form since his return.

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Steven Gerrard

There have been so many great Liverpool players in the past. If everyone were to write a list Steven Gerrard would be in the top 2. The other player 9 times out of 10 would be Kenny Dalglish.  At his peak he was the most influential player in the world. He had a knack to come up with vital goals so […]

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Gerrard to take charge of U18’s next season – first step to become our manager? 

Has the new boot room era begun? Steven Gerrard is set to take his first job in management with Liverpool’s Under-18s next season. The Kop legend started working at the club’s Kirkby academy in January in a non-specific role, as he took his first steps since hanging up his boots. Liverpool are looking to give him a defined position at […]

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Gerrard has already proved he will become a great manager

Steven Gerrard has already proved he will become a great manager, this is according to ex-Liverpool Striker Djibril Cisse. In a recent interview documented in the Mirror former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse has expressed his belief that Steven Gerrard will become a great manager after witnessing his half-time team talk in the 2005 Champions League final win against AC Milan. […]

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Klopp will help Gerrard become Liverpool manager 

Jurgen Klopp says he is ready to do everything he can to help Steven Gerrard realise his dream to become Liverpool manager. The Ex-Liverpool legend will join Alex Inglethorpe and his team at the Academy coaching and supporting the youngsters, 18 months since he left for LA Galaxy after 17 years as a player. It’s never been a secret that Gerrard’s long-term goal […]

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Should Gerrard look to Zidane for inspiration to achieve his goals? 

​Steven Gerrard has started a new role within the Academy at Liverpool after receiving ‘that call’ from Jurgen Klopp. Most Liverpool fans would love to see Gerrard take over from Klopp, naturally when the time is right. Whilst he admits he has a lot to learn and is keen to work hard and earn his credentials. Pep Guardiola to many people, is perceived […]

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Legend Gerrard to become a coach within the Liverpool academy 

Steven Gerrard has been handed a coaching role by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. Taking his first steps in management, he will become part of the club’s coaching team within the academy. Reds’ longest-serving captain made 710 appearances for his boyhood club. Linked with the manager’s job at League One side MK Dons. Work closely with academy director Alex Inglethorpe. Career has come […]

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Gerrard on Klopp: “I think he would be perfect for me the way I play the game.”

​Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has said he would have loved to play under current Reds manager Jurgen Klopp. Having left Liverpool in 2015 just a few months before Klopp took over in October, succeeding Brendan Rodgers it could have almost happened!! The former Borussia Dortmund manager has proved to be a hit on Merseyside, with the Reds currently second in […]

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