Monday, January 14, 2013

Steven Gerrard - Top Football Player

Steven  Gerrard - Top Football Player 

Steven George Gerrard is a soccer player from England.
The man plays the body of 188 cm is playing at Liverpool FC since 1997 (although the new professional debut occurred on November 19, 1998) as a substitute for Vegard Heggem in the second half when Liverpool played against Blackburn Rovers.

Although he plays as a midfielder on the soccer club, in fact he can play in any position as striker, midfielder or defender. You could say this player plays all positions except goalkeeper may seem like Northern Ireland football legend and Manchester United that is George Best.

In this club nicknamed The Reds, Gerrard
wearing the number 8 as well as holding back the armband. Together with Xabi Alonso, Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia and he has donated several titles for the club from the city port.

He was also highly respected by fans club based in Anfield stadium, team-mates at the club as well as England and English society as a whole. In 2006 he was selected as the best player in the UK by the Association of British professional footballer (PFA).

In England national football team he debuted in 2000 and to date has featured as many as 67 times and scored 13 goals.

Gerrard was familiarly called by dialing Stevie G.

Steven Gerrard have two daughters named Lily Ella and Lexie. He also had married a woman named Alex Curran in the summer of 2007.
Early career

Gerrard started out playing for local team Whiston Juniors. He got interest of Liverpool scouts and joined the Reds at the age of 9 years.

He was only playing a few games, because of the slow progress made hana he played in 20 games between the ages of 14 and 16. [Citation needed] at age 14, Gerrard had the opportunity to compete with several clubs, including Manchester United. In his autobiography, he says "to pressure Liverpool into giving me YTS contract." during which time he had had an accident caused by a rusty garden fork which can cause him to lose his toes. Gerrard

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