Steven Gerrard has declared that he is ready to go back to Liverpool to take on a coaching role. He is currently playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS but wants to return to England at the end of his contract. Gerrard joined LA Galaxy at the end of last season and still have one year left in his contract.
Steven Gerrard has already started his coaching badges and would want to further his training with a coaching role at the club. He has recently met the current Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp and both men seems to get along with each other.
Klopp has allowed Steven Gerrard to train with the Liverpool side during the MLS off-season, and he believes that having Gerrard around can help boost the team spirit. Klopp has stated that he is impressed with the former Liverpool’s skipper form and that he is still a great player. The manager has revealed that Gerrard has helped him understand the club better and provide him some insights into the club culture.
At the moment, Gerrard knows that he still have a lot to learn – the step up toe professional coaching is similar to swapping playing games at Titan Bet and actually sitting at a table facing off against poker champions!
He stated that a lot of players did not make it as a manager because this is two different roles. He believes that he has still a lot to learn from the other top managers. He is interested in getting as much knowledge and experience as he can and then afterwards he will decide whether he can make it as a manager. One way to do this would be to work at Liverpool and get as much insight as possible for the German tactician.
Alongside his coaching badges, Steven Gerrard has also been offered a job as a pundit and very soon you will be hearing the former Liverpool man’s analysis on the media.
Former star of Liverpool, Steven Gerrard has hinted out the possibility of retiring in 2016 as the veteran player stated that his playing career is reaching it’s end but even though he will be staying out of the pitch and not playing at a professional level, a coaching career is something that has interested him.
Steven Gerrard told the media: “I’m not 100 percent sure but I think it will probably be my last year as a player. I have regrets I didn’t start my coaching badges at 21, 22. All that time wasted in hotels as an England player when I’ve been bored and was watching ‘The Office’ and ‘The Sopranos’. I wish I’d done my coaching license then so I’d be doing my pro-license now” Continue reading →
For well over a decade, he has been at the heart of all Liverpool’s achievements, but it seems that, as he approaches the twilight of his career, Steven Gerrard is showing signs that he’s not the force of old. As Brendan Rodgers looks to try and continue his remodelling of a capable if imbalanced side, a long-term replacement for the legendary midfielder may be on his mind.
Captain Steven Gerrard has revealed his ambition to beat David Beckham’s record of international caps for an England outfield player.
Gerrard joined the 100 club when he played in his country’s last match, a 4-2 defeat to Sweden last November and is confident that he can lead the team to next year’s World Cup finals in Brazil. If he does, he could well equal Beckham’s tally of 115 when there. Continue reading →
The fact that Brendan Rodgers decided to play a strong team against Anzhi Makhachkala on Thursday indicated just how much respect he had for the Russian outfit and how he thought the Reds could have a big problem in handling their expensive team. Fortunately, Liverpool fared much better than most people predicted and after managing a 1-0 win, captain Steven Gerrard revealed he was “very pleased” with the outcome. Continue reading →
When Steven Gerrard netted direct from a free-kick against Manchester United on Saturday around 200 million Liverpool fans screamed in delight. Whilst it wasn’t quite enough to win the game for us, it represented a successful return of a Kop hero after almost six months struggling on the sidelines.
Saturday was his first start in ages, and the fact that he came through all 90 minutes of such a physical encounter should boost Stevie G’s confidence levels ahead of the Christmas run-in. Continue reading →