Steven Gerrard made 710 appearances for Liverpool, scoring 186 goals and winning eight major trophies, including the Champions League in 2005, before joining the MLS side LA Galaxy in 2015.
His England’s fourth most-capped player, represented his country on 114 occasions and captained England at three major tournaments. At club level, Gerrard lifted the FA Cup on two occasions as well as starring in Liverpool’s penalty shootout Champions League victory against Milan in Istanbul. Gerrard remains the only player to have scored in an FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and Uefa Cup final.
“I have had an incredible career and am thankful for each and every moment of my time at Liverpool, England and LA Galaxy.” says Steven
In an interview posted online by BT Sport following his retirement, Gerrard said: “It [Liverpool] means the world to me. I’ve got a lot to thank them for. I think I would like to do a bit of both [coaching and punditry], in the future I definitely have dreams and aspirations of having a go at management or assisting the manager, and being back involved in the dressing room – but I’ve got many, many years to do that.”