Now on the bench of Aston Villa, Steven Gerrard will return to Anfield on Saturday, the 16th day of the Premier League. Liverpool coaching the day before? Jürgen Klopp is absolutely convinced of this.
That is the meaning of history. Like Xavi’s return to Barcelona. It is written for Liverpool lovers that Steven Gerrard will one day coach the Reds. Jürgen Klopp is also convinced of this.
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“I think it will happen. Absolutely. The only thing is when the time is right. We saw what happened to Frank (Lampard) at Chelsea. Stevie is doing really well at the moment, he’s a young manager (41) years). So the question is not whether he is able to do it (to coach Liverpool, editor’s note), but for how long he will want to do it”, said the current Reds manager at a news conference this Friday. underlined. The eve of the challenge to Aston Villa and their coach for the 16th day of the Premier League… Steven Gerrard.
“He’s heading in the right direction”
“I don’t know what it takes to be a Liverpool manager. People say you have to win things but I’m not sure. I think it’s more important to win things after coming here. What Stevie has done so far Anything done He’s everything Looks great, it’s going in absolutely the right direction. I’ve never heard a negative word about Gerard ever since I moved here. I met him, he’s a great man are,” continued Jurgen Klopp, who arrived at the club in October 2015. , just weeks after Steven Gerrard left for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The latter overcame his cramps after a year, before switching to the coaching profession. With firsthand experience from the Rangers side. He won them their first Scottish title in ten years while remaining unbeaten in 2021. Considered one of the best players in Premier League history, the Reds legend scored 186 goals in 710 games he played, and won the Champions League (2005), opting to return to England to help Aston Villa last month . revived.
The Gerrard effect is already felt as his record is three wins for just one loss (2-1 against Manchester City) after four matches. A renewal will be confirmed at Enfield later this week. A stadium he knows well.
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