An interesting news arrived on Friday when former Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard was appointed as the new manager for Scottish big name, Rangers FC.
That role is basically Gerrard’s first managerial role ever, a quite brave decision by both parties, but not something that will give the former England international any doubts as he is confidence with his ability.
Speaking to the media in his news conference, the former Reds’ skipper stated that although there’s some doubts regarding his experience, but it’s not concerning him as he already been experiencing many things during his playing days.
From the pressure of playing a big club, intensity of big games and even learning his traits by watching some of the top managers who have been managing him all of this years.
Moreover, Gerrard also added that taking the Rangers job for him can also be considered his way of gaining that managerial experience, that’s why there’s no reason for him to back down from the opportunity.
The former midfielder signed a four-year-deal at Ibrox as he replaced caretaker manager, Graeme Murty last Tuesday.
Certainly an interesting new career path for Gerrard, who now will be starting his professional experience as a head coach after previously taking Liverpool under 18 squad role for a while.