LIVERPOOL – Many people still deplore the decision icons Liverpool, Steven Gerrard, who resigned from Anfield this season. One of them former Reds goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar. In fact, he said, if Liverpool would fall apart if left by Stevie G.
The captain decided not to continue his contract which will expire in June 2015. The 34-year-old players mentioned will join Major League Soccer (MLS) and play for the LA Galaxy team. But there is still no official confirmation between players and former team David Beckham was also administered.
For goalkeeper who joined the Reds in the mid 1981-1994, he stated if Brendan Rodgers‘s squad will be difficult finding a class player and feared Liverpool’s Gerrard could chaotic in the early departure of a player who has 17 years of defending the Red Merseyside.
Especially after seeing the father of four daughters was in the FA Cup third round match which scored twice on Wimbeldon, the ending 2-1 victory for Liverpool.
“I and many other former Liverpool player surprised if Fenway Sports Group (owners of Liverpool) and the management did not want Steven Gerrard persisted until the end of his career. If I was part of management, I would give it one week and one week off to play. He remains a leader and we still need it. Liverpool are still very dependent on him, “said Grobbelaar as reported Talksports, Tuesday (06/01/2015).
“As she did at Wimbledon, he was the only player who can get up and scored two goals. Where they (Liverpool) will depend on the next season? Who will lead this team? If you do not have the likes of Gerrard, the club might be a mess, “he continued.