Several coaches have been linked with the Arsenal job. With the achievements of Frank Lampard at Chelsea with his youthful squad, there have calls by some Arsenal fans and pundit for Steven Gerrard to lead the team at the Emirates. Another section claim a Liverpool legend should not be the one to replace Unai Emery.

Arsenal fans keep calling for the sack of Emery. Gerrard is in his second year of professional football management with Rangers where he has been decent. Just like Brendan Rodgers exited Celtic after some successes to take over at Leicester City, Gerrard is expected to follow the route for the Arsenal job.


Liverpool announced the signing of highly-rated English midfielder Harvey Elliot in July on a free transfer. However, it appears that the Fulham have dragged the club to a tribunal over a compensation fee.

Reports from England says  thatFulham have taken Liverpool to a tribunal after failing to agree on a transfer fee for Elliot.

Steven Gerrard, the Boss of Rangers is All Set to Send a Message to the Celtic by Securing a Deal with Early Transfer

Rangers who finished at 2nd spot in Scottish Premiership under the leadership of Steven Gerrard which was his first season as the in-charge of the club and the former skipper of Liverpool is also determined to go 1 better next season. The intentions of Steven are not hidden that he wants to improve his own squad by paying in the market of the transfer. Moreover, he looks all set to enter into a contract with highly-rated young lad Umaro Balde.  As per some reports, Umaro will sign a deal of 2 years at the Ibrox in recent days and will join his teammates before their pre-season friendlies.

The Sporting Lisbon ace who is just 19 years old is able to play on both the wings and the deal clearly shows that Gers are not wasting any time in their attempts to enhance the chances of winning a trophy upcoming season. And 1 player that might be on way out of the Ibrox is none other than the top scorer named Alfredo Morelos. Alfredo managed to score his 30th goal of this season last week, almost 2 months after he scored his 29th goal.
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Rangers have had a couple of mixed results in recent weeks winning 3 and drawing two of their last five matches in the League. These runs of results have not been helpful as eternal rivals Celtic have stretched the lead at the top of the table to eight points.

However, Rangers have the opportunity to reduce this gap to five points in the Friday match game away to 6th placed Hibernian. Hibs are coming off a 2-0 loss to Celtic in the Scottish Cupquarter-final and are expected to provide a sizeable threat for the Ibrox outfit.

Celtic fight Rangers for Defoe

Celtic and Rangers are on high alert after striker Jermain Defoe was advised he is allowed to leave the Stadium of Vitality in this month. The 36-year-old previous England worldwide has shown up this season, with his solitary begins coming in the Carabao Cup rivalry. And keeping in mind that Cherries supervisor Eddie Howe has greeted Defoe’s demonstrable skill, he conceded that the previous Spurs and Sunderland forward isn’t probably going to unstick his favored aggressors.

As per reports, Celtic and Rangers have been keen on Defoe before, and the Glasgow competitors are both excited about supporting their assaulting choices in the January exchange window. Defoe is comprehended to win around £100,000 seven days at Bournemouth yet is believed to be available to take a compensation cut in kind for customary diversion time. Howe has likewise hailed Emerson Hyndman’s advance spell at Hibs. The midfielderAmerican played multiple times for Neil Lennon’s side, incorporating appearances in the Betfred cup as well as Europa League.
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Steven Gerrard’s Scottish side, Rangers ran riot on Sunday as they hit seven goals past 10-man Motherwell to finish 7-1 as Celtic moved to the top of the Scottish Premiership table for the first time this season following their goalless draw against Livingston.

Defending champions, Celtic now sit top of the pile, leading Hearts only on goal difference, with a game in hand over the Edinburgh club. However, following the win at Ibrox, Rangers now find themselves just two points behind the leaders.

The Rangers Should Learn Quickly From The Motherwell ‘Education’

The new players of Rangers must learn quickly from the “education” they are receiving at Motherwell, according to the boss Steven Gerrard. Gerrard was very disappointed with the manner and timing of the 94th-minute tie that made it 3-3 and denied the victory of his team on Sunday.

The goal of Peter Hartley was the Rangers second conceded from a set-piece that have come from back to lead 3-2. Gerrard said “I was always aware that we are going to get some bumps in the road soon, and this is the real first bump, it is my responsibility to ensure that this should get out of the system as soon as possible and get prepared again for a big game in midweek.”

On Thursday, the Rangers will take the lead of 1-0 to Russia for the second leg of their Europa League playoff opposite Ufa as they are trying to lock their place in the Europe’s second-tier group stage competition. After three days, they head in the Scottish Premiership to Celtic Park for the season’s first Old Firm meeting.

Gerrard said that the direct style followed by Motherwell at Fir Park was a good lesson for all those players who are not used to that because of being new to the league.

On the other hand, the captain Hartley cause controversy by saying that it was “fun to watch” former Fabio Cardoso the Rangers defender who was weeping after getting his nose broke in a game between the sides in the last season. On Friday, he also said that there would not respect shown in the much amount to Gerrard and Rangers himself accepted to being a bit caught out by the hosts’ approach. The old Liverpool captain agreed that he should have induced Lee Wallace before.


Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard feels he left the club too soon. The former Reds midfielder is one of the most celebrated players in the Premier League era but he wished he extended his playing career for a little while longer than the summer of 2015.

The current boss of Glasgow Rangers said he regretted his decision to bring down the curtain on his career that early.

Gerrard thinks Liverpool can still contend

Steven Gerrard reckons that even after losing the golden boot winner of the last season, Luis Suarez, Liverpool is a contender for the Premier League silverware in the ongoing season.
The Reds could have ended their 2-decade long league title drought last season as they were in a great position with just a couple more games to go, but, in what turned out to be a title deciding encounter, they lost to Chelsea leading to the heartbreak of the club fans.
That win of Chelsea gave Manchester City the much needed advantage and they capitalized on that to end up leaving Liverpool behind by just 2 points.
City’s goal differential was better too. So, even if it was a tie in terms of points, they would have won, but, two games prior to that, the situation was much different with Liverpool being in a comfortable situation at the top. It was their title to lose and they lost it unfortunately.
However, Gerrard seems to have forgotten what happened in 2013-14. He has his sights on future only and he is of the view that his team has got the right kind of blend to go close to the title or even win it this time around.
Talking to the reporters last week, the Reds skipper said, “It’s absolutely vital to remain in the European Cup, but, that doesn’t mean we will be content with a top 4 finish only. We are going to fight for the title. We know it’s within our reach especially after the way we carried on our campaign the previous season. If we play that way again, we’ll be real contenders.”
Liverpool has had a decent start in the league this season as they have won 2 out of their first 3 games. The remaining one they lost against Manchester City.

Gerrard Takes Much Needed Holiday

Steven Gerrard has had an interesting last 3-4 months. From being on the verge of lifting the league trophy to travel to Brazil to captain the Three Lions to their worst ever outing in a FIFA World Cup, the midfielder has gone through a lot. After all this, he was surely in need of going on a short holiday and he has done exactly that.

He is in Ibiza at the moment spending some time with his wife and his kids. In some of his recent photographs that have been uploaded on websites, he is looking relaxed and rejuvenated which is a good thing at least for his club Liverpool. The Reds would certainly need their captain at his best next season if they have to get close to the league glory again.

Gerrard’s personal performance in both the Premier League as well as in the World Cup was brilliant last season. Yes, he made a slight mistake in the World Cup group game against Uruguay which led to that second Luis Suarez goal, but, apart from that, he was flawless.

Despite that, at the end of the season, he found himself empty handed and that would have left him frustrated.
The kind of guy Gerrard is; he doesn’t like to bring out his frustration in public. He is very calm and collected.

But, in the interviews that he has given after that World Cup debacle, he has looked deeply hurt and rightly so because the time is almost running out for him to win a big tournament.

There is no doubt that the player of his calibre deserves silverwares. He has been a true legend of the game having made close to 500 English top tier appearances along with 114 international appearances.