Ex Liverpool FC Captain, Steve Gerrard Retires, Ends 19-Year Career

Former Liverpool and England captain, Steven Gerrard, has retired, ending a 19-year playing career. Gerrard, who is England’s fourth most-capped player with 114 appearances, captained the “Three Lions” at three of the six major tournaments the side featured, the BBC reports. He played 710 times for the Reds, winning eight major trophies, but joined MLS…”
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November 24, 2016 4:36 pm

Former Liverpool and England captain, Steven Gerrard, has retired, ending a 19-year playing career.

Gerrard, who is England’s fourth most-capped player with 114 appearances, captained the “Three Lions” at three of the six major tournaments the side featured, the BBC reports. He played 710 times for the Reds, winning eight major trophies, but joined MLS side LA Galaxy in 2015.

“I feel lucky to have experienced so many wonderful highlights over the course of my career,” Gerrard said.

“I have had an incredible career and am thankful for each and every moment of my time at Liverpool, England and LA Galaxy.

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