Gerrard has shown he does have an important place in Rodgers’ team

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Can he keep up with forward-thinking Liverpool?

Date: 12th February 2014 at 6:44pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Sometimes the most comforting thing is to look away, ignore the ageing and natural decline of some of Europe’s best. Players like Xavi, who ran the engine room of one of the game’s great teams, or Andrea Pirlo, so unassuming amid the chaos of a modern day football pitch, yet so perfect that England still swoons rather than shudders at the thought of that Euro 2012 clash against Italy. These players, the best in their respective fields by quite some distance – experience and medals amassed being prime factors alongside ability – prolong their stay at the top through their adaptability, their acceptance of declining powers, yet with enough coolness to mask it and continue to be driving forces in the game. ... Read More


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