HOW TEAMMATE HURT STEVEN GERRARD REVEALED

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 »

ARIBO BACK TO HIS BEST – GERRARD

 

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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GERRARD IN TRIBUTE TO ‘SPECIAL’ HOULLIER

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has paid his tribute to the late Gerard Houllier as he revealed that he’s finding it hard to come to terms with his death. Frenchman Gerard Houllier died at the age of 73 at the start of the week after a heart problem. Rangers managerSteven Gerrard told BBC Sports that Monday was a tough day for him and his assistant Gary McAllister after they heard about the demise of Houllier. Steven Gerrard and Gary McAllister both played under Gerard Houllier while he was the Liverpool manager.


Gerard had good words to say about Gerard Houllier whom he described as a special man and a good person. The Rangers boss talked about how the late Gerard Houllier played a big role in the respective football careers if him and his assistant Gary McAllister before adding that he had as much impact on their lives. Read more »

WONDERS WHY GERRARD IS STILL RANGERS BOSS

 

John Barnes has taken to Twitter to raise concerns regarding why Rangers manager Steven Gerrard hasn’t been relieved of his duties by the Scottish club.


Barnes himself took over as Celtics boss in 1999 but was dismissed eight months into the job in what he believes to have been an unfair decision. During Barnes’ tenure at Celtic Park, he recorded a win percentage of 65% after as many as 29 matches. A statistic he included in his tweet.
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Steven Gerrard Plans to Sell a Strong Rangers Player Instantly

 

According to a report, Steven Gerrard could sell a good player. According to reports, he wants to deport Morelos just before the international break. 

 

Manager Steven Gerrard plans that; Morelos should sell quickly as Lille is very much keen to have this young striker. However, he fails to be purchased by any club despite 4 times bids. This is the main reason Steven Gerrard plans to quickly sell Morelos and replace him with Lille. However, Gers has turned down a 4-time bid. So, Gerrard plans that this is the right time for all if the Columbia international’s departure will happen very quickly.  Read more »

THE UNENDING BEST PL MIDFIELDER DEBATE

 

One debate that is unending in world football is who is the better of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. One debate that is unending in England is who is the best midfielder in the history of the Premier League. Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Paul Scholes are the usual names thrown around.


Recently talkSPORT did their review and names Lampard as the top man especially for his consistency in creating goals and scoring. His 177 goals and 102 assists helped him ahead of Scholes with 107 goals and 55 assists. They named Manchester City star David Silva in third just ahead of Captain Fantastic Gerrard. Former Arsenal and Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas made the top five. Kevin de Bruyne, Yaya Toure, Juan Mata, Santi Cazorla and Luka Modric made the top ten.
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