Gerrard is still important to ‘The Red’
Liverpool – Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, complaining of the British media to Steven Gerrard. Rodgers insists that the role of the captain of the 34 years it is still important for the team until the end of season trip.
Gerrard has just recovered from a hamstring injury that forced him to miss in 6-7 weeks. His comeback fight is when so substitute when Liverpool won 1-0 at Swansea City last week.
During absent Gerrard, Liverpool actually perform better in the Premier League with a clean sweep of six games with a victory. Jordan Henderson and Joe Allen was able to close the absence of Gerrard with exceptional performance.
So naturally, if the British media began to question the existence of Gerrard, who are thought to interfere with the solidity of the team, when he was put back into the starting eleven. Especially this season Gerrard looks fairly mediocre.
But Rodgers refute the notion that media insisting that Gerrard still has a vital role in the team, which is struggling to finish top four plus won the FA Cup trophy for the sake of giving a sweet parting gift for footballer was born May 30, 1980.
“Me and Steven never no trouble. I think what is written media is not fair to the players,” said Rodgers in the Mirror.
“He is back fit and will have an important role between now and our last game of the season, a tremendous player and a great team captain,” he continued.
“He’s still going and continue to be a regular outfielder. People began to forget when he was injured. Now he is fit and I could tell that he was very committed to the team.”
“Of course he wants to play, but his support for players like Jordan and Joe are so fantastic and for me, he was very remarkable as captain.”
“Even people who are always trying to predict this team when he was not fit and are in the process of recovery,” said he.