BREAKING NEWS: Steven Gerrard’s life following Rangers confession, as he makes Aston Villa allegation

Steven Gerrard has defended his record at Aston Villa, claiming he advanced to the ‘next level’ after leaving Rangers.


When Gerrard was given his first managerial job at Ibrox six years ago, he was tasked with breaking Celtic’s ten-game winning streak. Gerrard, a legend on the field but a rookie in the dugout, inherited a shambles in Govan and endured a difficult couple of seasons as Celtic romped to back-to-back Trebles.


But Gerrard accomplished what he was hired to do: restore Rangers’ status as Kings of Scotland and put a stop to Celtic’s hopes of securing eternal bragging rights by performing the Ten. It was his sole prize from a possible nine in Scotland, but it was the most significant since he guided the Gers to an unbeaten Premiership victory and their first crown in a decade.


The performance piqued the interest of clubs down south, and Gerrard was quickly given a return to the English Premier League when he took over at Aston Villa in November 2021, capping his three-year rule in Glasgow. However, unlike at Ibrox, the Villa board did not show much patience with Gerrard, and he was fired after just 11 months in charge, having won only 13 of his 40 games.


In an interview with the Telegraph, Gerrard was asked about his devastating defeat and whether his transfer to Saudi Arabia with Al-Ettifaq was intended to rehabilitate his coaching reputation. He stated, “I appreciate that opinion. I don’t think it’s unfair. I don’t believe it’s too severe because when you experience a set-back and a knock you have got to look yourself in the mirror. You must examine your mistakes and work to improve.





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