Steven Gerrard Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Steven Gerrard Celebrity Life

Steven Gerrard, born on 30 May 1980 in Whiston, Merseyside, England, UK, is a retired English football player and since 2018, he is acting as the head coach of the Scottish Rangers club. He played for the Liverpool and Los Angeles Galaxy clubs.

He spent most of his club career at Liverpool, playing as a central midfielder, and also played as a supporting, flanking midfielder; attacking central and drawn forward.

 

From the age of 8, he was brought up at the Liverpool Academy. In 1998 he made his debut in the main team, and in 2000 he became a bass player. In 2003, he received a captain's armband from Sami Hyupiy.

Throughout his career at Anfield, he has won two FA Cups, three Football League Cups, two England Super Cups, and has won the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Cup and won the European Super Cup twice.

Gerrard made his debut for the national team in 2000. Participant in three European and World Championships. At the 2006 World Cup, he became the team's top scorer with two goals.

Due to the absence of Rio Ferdinand at the 2010 World Cup because of an injury, he first became the team captain.

Shortly before the start of the European Championship in 2012, Stephen was appointed permanent captain of the “Three Lions”, and at the end of the tournament, he ended up in his symbolic team.

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In the final list of “100 Players That Shook the Cope,” Stephen took first place ahead of the legendary Kenny Dalglish, according to a survey conducted among Liverpool fans around the world. Zinedine Zidane named him the best football player in the world in 2009.

In 2005, Stephen was recognized as the player of the year according to UEFA and took 3rd place in the vote for the Golden Ball. Gerrard was also included 7 times in the symbolic team according to the PFA, three times in the symbolic team of UEFA and FIFPro. In addition, he was recognized as a player of the year according to the PFA in 2006 and the association of Professional Journalists in 2009.

Biography

Steven Gerrard began playing football with his hometown youth team, the Whiston Juniors. At the age of 8, he was spotted by Liverpool scouts and joined the Reds children's team in 1989.

Stephen is married to model Alex Curran, and they have four children together- three daughters: Lily-Ella (born February 23, 2004), Lexi (born May 9, 2006), Lourdes (born October 31, 2011) and son Lio (born April 29, 2017). Stephen's cousin Anthony Gerrard is also a professional footballer.

 

Retirement

On November 24, 2016, Stephen Gerrard officially announced the end of his professional career.

Team Career

Gerrard made his debut in the national team of England under coach Kevin Keegan in the match against Ukraine on May 31, 2000. Gerrard became one of the three Liverpool players who scored goals in the well-known qualifying match for the 2002 World Cup in September 2001 against Germany. This goal was the first in the national team for Stephen.

England successfully qualified for the World Cup, but Gerrard could not be a part because of an emergency operation related to an old groin injury.

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For the European Championship 2004, Gerrard finally entrenched in the main team. But in the first match of the tournament against the French national team. Gerrard's participation in the 2006 World Cup in Germany was again threatened by injury.

Until the last moment, it was believed that Stephen would return to duty by the second or third game of the group round, but he managed to recover by the first game and helped it beat Paraguay by 1-0.

Gerrard in the Euro 2012 match against France. August 2006, England's coach, Steve Mclaren, appointed Gerrard as vice-captain of the national team (defender John Terry became captain ). 

Before the start of the World Cup 2010, he received a captain's armband in the national team, as the captain of “Three Lions” Rio Ferdinand was injured and did not take part in the tournament.

Gerrard was also captain of the team at the disastrous World Cup in Brazil. The British did not manage to win a single championship match and took the last place in the group. On July 21, 2014, Stephen announced the completion of his career in the national team.

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