Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is also an option for Tottenham Hotspur as their search for a new manager continues. This is according to the publication from the London Evening Standard which confirmed that Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard is on the radar of the North London giants who are without a new manager less than two months before the new campaign starts.

Tottenham Hotspur ruled out an approach for NunoEspirito Santo when he left Wolverhampton Wanderers by mutual consent at the end of last season but the former Valencia boss is now the leading contender for the managerial job at the club and this is due to the influence of new director Fabio Paratici who has a good relationship with his agent, Jorge Mendes.
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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has disclosed the strong influence from former rival Sir Alex Ferguson on his managerial career in Scottish football.

Steven Gerrard talked about legendary Manchester United manager Ferguson and his influence on his career as a manager while giving his speech in the aftermath of being named the Manager of the Year by the Scottish Football Writers Association. According to him, he spoke to Ferguson via phone on several occasions to learn some things about Scottish football.
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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will stay at the club beyond this summer according to sources close to the Ibrox club as revealed by the publication from Givemesport.

Steven Gerrard has been strongly linked with the vacant manager’s job at Tottenham Hotspur but he’s not expected to leave Rangers for North London. It is believes that the managerial job at Liverpool could be the only threat to Gerrard leaving Rangers at the moment.
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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has enhanced his managerial reputation after leading Rangers to the Scottish Premiership title at the expense of Celtic. Celtic were the favourites to win the Scottish Premiership title at the start of the season but Steven Gerrard has been able to change that with the league title confirmed earlier on Sunday. Steven Gerrard is seen by many Liverpool fans as the natural successor to JurgenKlopp at the club and he won’t have done his chances of managing his beloved club any harm at all with the achievement of leading Rangers to the league title ahead of Celtic. The league title for him at Rangers is coming at a time that JurgenKlopp is struggling at Anfield. The German tactician has masterminded a poor run of six straight defeats at home. Relegation threatened Fulham are the latest team to beat Liverpool at home following the 1-0 win on Sunday afternoon. Southampton loanee Mario Lemina was the hero for Fulham after he scored the only goal of the game on the stroke of half-time. Gabonese international midfielder Mario Lemina is on loan for the season at Fulham from fellow Premier League club Southampton. Before the Fulham game at home, the Reds had lost to two relegation candidates Burnley and Brighton and Hove Albion in addition to defeats from league leaders Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton.

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed the teammate that hurt him during his football career. Steven Gerrard is a Liverpool fan through and through having come through the Reds Academy before making his debut for the first team as a teenager. Steven Gerrard spent the major part of his professional career at Liverpool and he’s undoubtedly a legend of the Merseyside outfit. Steven Gerrard recently talked about his time at Liverpool while he was on the Robbie Fowler podcast. Steven Gerrard played with striker Robbie Fowler, the Robbie Fowler podcast host, and also went on to captain the club.

While he was speaking to ex-Liverpool teammate Robbie Fowler, the former Liverpool midfielder revealed how he was hurt by the exit of Spanish striker Fernando Torres in January 2011. Fernando Torres raised a lot of eyebrows when he left Liverpool to join Premier League rivals Chelsea in a £50m deal. Steven Gerrard narrated how he tried to persuade Fernando Torres from leaving Liverpool for Chelsea. Read more »



Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has disclosed that midfielder Joe Aribo is back to his best following his display in the dominant win over St. Johnstone on Wednesday night. Joe Aribo showed his quality as Rangers beat hosts St. Johnstone who finished the game with ten men. Rangers won 3-0 to maintain their lead over Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership standings. After the St.

Johnstone game, Steven Gerrard was full of praise for Super Eagles of Nigeria star Joe Aribo who was the best player in the St. Johnstone game.Steve Gerrard praised the performance of Joe Aribo in his post-match press conference. Joe Aribo has had an injury disrupted season till date and Steven Gerrard would be delighted that his midfielder is back to his best after his recent injury woes.
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