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PostSubject: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:25 am

Steven Gerrard was born in Whiston, Merseyside and brought up in Huyton, Merseyside. While attending Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School in West Derby, Liverpool, Gerrard was known to go on scouting trips to check out rival school teams. In 1994 — when he was in Year 9 — he was part of the Liverpool YTS scheme and almost made it into the England Schoolboys team, an odd quirk considering his now massively successful career. He is regarded as one of the best English footballers of his era.

Unlike many other Liverpool legends such as Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, and Jamie Carragher, Gerrard was actually a Liverpool fan as a youth.

Incidentally, his younger cousin, Anthony Gerrard, is a professional footballer who began his career with city-rivals Everton, and now is a highly-rated squad member at League Two side Walsall.

Gerrard is currently engaged to Alex Curran from Merseyside. The couple started dating in 2002, getting engaged in 2004, and plan to marry in the summer of 2007. The live in Formby, and have two daughters: Lily-Ella (born 23 February 2004) and Lexie (born 9 May 2006).

Gerrard joined Liverpool as a schoolboy in 1989 and has come up through the ranks to the first team, in the footsteps of fellow homegrown youth academy seniors like Steve McManaman and Robbie Fowler. Gerrard made his Reds debut on the 30 November 1998 as a second-half substitute for Vegard Heggem against Blackburn. His full debut came in the UEFA Cup against Celta Vigo and despite the Reds losing on the night, Gerrard's widely-praised performance belied his tender years. He scored his first goal for the club on 5 December 1999 against Sheffield Wednesday in a match where Liverpool were inspired by their younger players when several of the more senior players missed the game through injury.

Gerrard was one of three Liverpool players that scored in the famous World Cup qualifying game in September 2001 against Germany (1–5 away victory), which was his first international goal. That season, he started all three of Liverpool's Cup Finals, scoring the second goal against Alaves in the UEFA Cup Final. At the end of the season he was named PFA Young Player of the Year.

Gerrard was approached by Chelsea to sign for them during the summer of 2004, but he eventually chose to stay at Liverpool. It is known that he was on the brink of signing for the London club but was persuaded to stay because of his family and friends. It was also alleged in the British tabloid press that Gerrard had been the target of death threats from aggrieved Liverpool fans. The arrival of new Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez also played a part in his decision.

It is widely thought that the club captaincy was handed to Gerrard in 2003–04 season so that he could inspire his teammates, and to compel him to take responsibility for his own indifferent disciplinary record, which apparently worked as in the 2003–2004 season, he was booked only twice. Former Liverpool team mate, Michael Owen, expressed relief in his autobiography at Gerrard being named captain in 2003–2004, as it took some pressure off his own shoulders.

A foot injury sustained against rivals Manchester United on 20 September 2004 ruled him out of first team football until late November 2004. In the final game of that year's Champions League group stage Gerrard scored a crucial twenty-five-yard strike against Greek team Olympiakos. Liverpool needed to win by two clear goals to progress to the last sixteen of the competition. They were 1–0 down at half-time, but scored two goals before Gerrard secured their place with their third. He has since claimed that this was his best, if not his most important, goal for Liverpool to date.

Another notable goal, and an example of his drive and inspirational ability, was his contribution during the 2005 Champions' League final against AC Milan in Istanbul. Unmarked by the opposition, he headed a goal that kickstarted Liverpool's comeback from a 3–0 deficit. Minutes later, former teammate, Vladimir Smicer, would score again for the Reds. Gerrard was also crucial in the winning of a penalty when he was fouled by Gennaro Ivan Gattuso in the penalty area. Xabi Alonso scored from a rebound, having his penalty saved initially, to make it 3–3.

Liverpool went on to win the match via a penalty shootout, making Gerrard the second youngest captain (after Didier Deschamps) ever to lift the European Cup. After the match he gave a hint of his future when he said to the press: "How can I leave after a night like this?" In July 2005, however, contract negotiations broke down between Gerrard and the club. Reports stated that Gerrard was about to leave Liverpool and Chelsea were again reported to have tabled a British record bid of thirty-two million pounds for the player, which was ultimately rejected. Throughout the episode, Liverpool remained insistent that they wanted Gerrard to stay. However on 5 July Gerrard stated publicly that he wished to leave the Reds.

To the delight of Liverpool fans, Gerrard changed his mind the next day and pledged his future to the club. He also apologised to the club's supporters and insisted that there were no get-out clauses in the new contract that he would be signing. He also offered to give up his captaincy, but was told by Rafael Benítez that it was not necessary. On the morning of 8 July, Gerrard signed a new four-year deal with Liverpool alongside teammate, Jamie Carragher.

To cap Gerrard's great year in the Champions' League he was named as UEFA's Most Valuable Player for the 2004–05 Champions' League season. He was also in the running for French sport newspaper L'Equipe's prestigious Ballon D'Or award. Rounding out 2005, Gerrard came third in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year behind Ellen MacArthur (second) and Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (first).

At the end of the 2005–06 season Gerrard received his greatest personal accolade to date, when he was voted PFA Player of the Year by his fellow players, becoming the first Liverpool player to win the award since John Barnes in 1988.

Real Madrid director Benito Floro was recently quoted as saying: "I've recommended (to club president Fernando Martin) as priority signings a powerful central striker like Adriano, and a top midfielder in case Zinedine Zidane leaves. Gerrard is the football player that I included on the list, a player that the club has already wanted to sign in previous seasons". Gerrard quashed any transfer rumours, publicly stating, "I'm not going to get involved in all that kind of speculation again, I'm settled and happy at Liverpool, and I'm not going to go through another summer like the last two. "I'll be staying here until the day someone tells me they don't want me."

Gerrard capped off what he called his most successful season to date by captaining Liverpool to victory in the FA Cup. He scored twice in the Final against West Ham, including a dramatic equaliser in injury time to send the game into extra-time. The 35-yard blast (past Shaka Hislop) has been called one of the greatest goals in FA Cup final history, and was Match of the Day's Goal of the Season for 2005–06. It had been reported that it took just one second for the 35-yard strike to hit the back of the net, which would mean that the ball was travelling at approximately 68 miles per hour (about 109 km/h) when it was struck.

Scoring in the 2006 FA Cup Final meant that Gerrard had managed the impressive feat of scoring in all four major cup finals: FA Cup (2006 vs West Ham), League Cup (2003 vs Manchester United), UEFA Cup (2001 vs Alaves), and European Cup (2005 vs AC Milan).

Gerrard suffered an injury scare days before the 2006 World Cup in Germany, when it was suggested that he might be ruled out of England's first game of the tournament. He was deemed fit to make his first ever World Cup appearance (having missed the entire 2002 tournament through injury), and started in the side that beat Paraguay 1-0. He then went on to score twice in the group stages of the tournament - first netting England's second goal in a 2-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago with a long-range, curled strike (coincidentally, again past Hislop) in injury time. This victory, in which Gerrard's Liverpool team-mate Peter Crouch also scored, ensured England's progress to the second round of the tournament with a game to spare. Gerrard was then rested for the final group game against Sweden, as a precaution against picking up a second booking that would have ruled him out of the second round match (having already received one against Paraguay). He came off the bench to score a powerfully headed goal in the 85th minute, giving England the lead in a game that finished 2-2. Gerrard was one of three England players to see their penalty saved by Ricardo Pereira in the quarter-final penalty shoot-out which was won by Portugal.

In August 2006, the new England national football team manager, Steve McLaren, appointed Gerrard vice-captain of the national side.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:28 am

NOW HERE IS A LEGEND YOU WILL REMEMBER FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIVES.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:17 pm

great player but cant stand his accent like nearly every other scouser aswell

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:05 am

all respect for Gerrard
definatly one of English legends n a symbol of loyalty
Liverpool r really lucky 2 have him.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 5:04 am

if gerrard is a legend then terry is a prophet or something Razz
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:17 am

WHAT ??!! ARE YOU COMPARING STEVEN GERRARD WITH TERRY ??!!
PLZ DONT COMMENT HERE EVER AGAIN.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:21 am

terry owns gerrard gerrard is like the 20th best player in the world
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:27 pm

Gerrard = Above average utility player. Cool
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Wed Aug 27, 2008 6:19 pm

saftawy wrote:
terry owns gerrard gerrard is like the 20th best player in the world

Gerrard lifted the UEFA CL with Liverpool once n reached the final on another occasion

with his team 3-0 down to Milan Gerrard lead the team back to a historical 3-3 come back n a win on penalties , Gerrard was the true leader of that battle

while Terry put his team down in last season's CL final and missed the penalty that could have seen Chelsea champions.

There's no way Terry is better than Gerrard.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 1:24 am

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Gerrard = Above average utility player. Cool
No No No No No No
YOU LEFT ME SPEECHLESS AFTER WHAT YOU SAID, I WILL NOT EVEN TRY TO CONVINCE YOU THAT YOUR EQUATION IS 1000% WRONG BECAUSE YOU HAVE JUST PROVED TO ME THAT YOU ARE STUPID.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 4:52 am

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DV7 wrote:
Gerrard = Above average utility player. Cool
No No No No No No
YOU LEFT ME SPEECHLESS AFTER WHAT YOU SAID, I WILL NOT EVEN TRY TO CONVINCE YOU THAT YOUR EQUATION IS 1000% WRONG BECAUSE YOU HAVE JUST PROVED TO ME THAT YOU ARE STUPID.
while i dont under stand that i still belive gerrard is a very average player in his reigon england have achieved nothing liver have failed to win the league terry got nearly 3/4 chelsea trophies Very Happy
and i dont even think terry is from the best don't get me started about great players like ballack micheal ballack the german captin chelsea's no 13 and Der kleine Keaser Razz
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:04 am

i really hoped liverpool to get elminated 2day so i got come here and tell u nananana hahahhahaha liver's captin can't even get them to the group stage although they were humilted enough more than if they were actually elminated Razz
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:16 am

What the hell !!!!

guys i hope ur quiet sure of what ur doin
ur criticizin Steven Gerrad for England's failure ????
well i'm quiet sure u guys consider Becks one of the best , why dont u blame him 4 that , at least Becks has been in the NT even longer than Stevie.

Gerrard is a symbol of loyalty and a true leader , Istanbul Says it all

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:19 am

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i really hoped liverpool to get elminated 2day so i got come here and tell u nananana hahahhahaha liver's captin can't even get them to the group stage although they were humilted enough more than if they were actually elminated Razz

HEY, DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN LIVERPOOL QUALIFIED FROM THE GROUP STAGE IN THE LAST SECOND BY THE HAND`S OF GERRARD, WEREN`T THEY ELIMINATED THEN ??!!

WHO THE HELL LIFTED THE CUP IN THE END WHEN HE LEAD LIVERPOOL TO THE HISTORICAL WIN ??!!

I GUESS U DONT KNOW THAT BECAUSE U STARTED WATCHING FOOTBALL MATCHES AT 2007 OR SOMETHING.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

AND WHO THE HELL BLEW THE CHANCE FOR CHELSEA TO WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ??!!

WAS IT MAYBE TERRY ??!!

WELL, I DONT KNOW BECAUSE I DONT WATCH MATCHES PLAYED BY FUCKERS.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 5:26 am

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What the hell !!!!

guys i hope ur quiet sure of what ur doin
ur criticizin Steven Gerrad for England's failure ????
well i'm quiet sure u guys consider Becks one of the best , why dont u blame him 4 that , at least Becks has been in the NT even longer than Stevie.

Gerrard is a symbol of loyalty and a true leader , Istanbul Says it all

HEY SAFTAWY I WANT YOU TO LEARN FROM MAHDIANO AND TRY TO MEMORIZE EVERYTHING HE SAYS, HE IS WISE.

AND PLZ JUST THINK BEFORE YOU WRITE ANYTHING BECAUSE I WOULD HATE TO SEE YOU MAKE A FOOL OF YOURSELF.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:32 am

no i didn't start watching football in 07 i started yesterday and i think its a gr8 sport i wanna watch it how do u win again??

again i dont deny gerrad as agreat player he is on of the greatest i know but he is NOT a legend and the greatest player that ever lived he is NOT englands no. 1 player, he is NOT the best player in liverpool at least not better than ferrnando torres or do u beg to differ and carrin a team to win a trophy like the champions league is gr8 i loved it i was cheering for liverpool the whole game but i mean remember what nihat did in the cezck game but does that make him a legend ? i mean becken power led germany to win the wc with a broken elbow thats what i call a legend and besides u need to learn to discuss just throwing words and critisising doesn't prove ur point i mean all what u did in this topic is copy and paste some info and said stuff like"PLZ DONT COMMENT HERE EVER AGAIN" and "BECAUSE YOU HAVE JUST PROVED TO ME THAT YOU ARE STUPID" and "I GUESS U DONT KNOW THAT BECAUSE U STARTED WATCHING FOOTBALL MATCHES AT 2007 OR SOMETHING.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA" i mean grow up man
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:34 am

and if he is so much of a great captin why is he not named as england's captin
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:52 am

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and if he is so much of a great captin why is he not named as england's captin

with all due respect ma friends
but this doesnt prove how much a great player is by bein the captain of his NT
Neither Totti nor Del Piero are Italian captains not cause they r not legends cause definatly they r n no need for Arguemnts here on this one , instead Cannavaro is.

u dunno the reason but maybe not 2 start a fyt between the players over the captaincy that's why u give it 2 someone else.

Raul , aint he a legend ???
he wasnt even on the spanish NT in the Euros after havin a great season last year n bein a legend just didnt make him on the NT not captain.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:11 am

well ur right about that about i have an opinion on this matter and argue with me if u think otherwise
i think raul wasn't pick because he is a simbol of real madrid and alot of teams/players/ fans in spain hate real madrid what argones wanted is to have unity in the team he depended greatly on valencia team a (neatural team that doesn't have much eneamies or rivals) and a couple of players not playing in the la liga like torres and cesc bec. it has been a problem in the past in the unity of the team spain has one of the strongest squad in world but there is too much feud and hate between teamates so elminating raul was meant its not bec. he doesnt desearve to be in the first team but in the end it cost aragones his job but got the job done Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:20 am

well saftawy maybe i dunno cause i aint a great follower of the Spanish NT
but what i know is that Arragonis had the perfect answer for all his critics who criticized him 4 not pickin Raul n not havin Cesc as a starter n Marchena over Albiol and he simply won it all at the end and this is what matters more.

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:29 am

ya and he defeated the greatest team in the world thats a championship alone Razz
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:42 am

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ya and he defeated the greatest team in the world thats a championship alone Razz

Thanx man
i appreciate ur kind words about Italy
yea beatin us in the 8th round was a championship 4 them i know lol!

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:43 am

i was speakin of greece Razz Razz:P they are the cup ex-holders so they must be the greatest team Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:47 am

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i was speakin of greece Razz Razz:P they are the cup ex-holders so they must be the greatest team Very Happy

i got no problem with that , at least it will stop u from mentionin Germany as the best team which makes me sick Razz Evil or Very Mad

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PostSubject: Re: England & Liverpool's # 1: Steven Gerrard   Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:21 am

lol germany is second best Razz
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