Where is Steven Gerrard now?
An Anfield legend, Steven Gerrard or ‘Stevie G’ as the Liverpool fans affectionately know him, retired from playing professional football in 2016 after a year spent playing in the MLS with LA Galaxy alongside fellow ex Premier League stars Robbie Keane and Ashley Cole.
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Having already dipped his toe into the media world with BT Sport in 2015 for their Champions League coverage, Gerrard now works as a pundit across the networks, following in the footsteps of other former Liverpool team mates Jamie Carragher, Michael Owen, Jamie Redknapp and Steve McManaman.
Alongside his media commitments, Gerrard works within the famous Liverpool academy as a youth coach whilst he works towards completing his UEFA A coaching license.
Prior to joining the youth setup at Liverpool, Gerrard had already passed most of his UEFA coaching badges which included time spent in the United States coaching the LA Galaxy under 18s side.
In November 2016, Gerrard started provisional talks with League One side MK Dons regarding the vacant manager’s job but he turned it down as he felt the opportunity had come too soon for him.
He was also linked with a move to Australia and a reunion with former manager Brendan Rodgers at Scottish side Celtic.
For the 2017/18 season Gerrard will be in charge of the Liverpool under 18’s side having already impressed manager Jurgen Klopp and academy director Alex Inglethorpe with his application and his work ethic.
Alongside his coaching duties and media work, Gerrard will also be working for the club in an ambassadorial role where he will be promoting the Liverpool FC brand across the world.
In 2017 Gerrard was awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool which is the city’s highest civic honour as well as being inducted in the National Football Museum’s Hall of Fame.
In July 2017 Steven Gerrard represented England in Star Sixes, a new six-a-side indoor international tournament at the O2 in London featuring some of the world’s most iconic footballers.
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Steven Gerrard: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com