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杰队赛季末将离开球队

Steven Gerrard: Liverpool captain confirms he is leaving Reds

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard called his decision to leave at the end of the season "the toughest" of his life.

The 34-year-old, out of contract this summer, joined the Reds aged nine and has scored 180 goals in 695 games.

"This has been the toughest decision of my life, one both me and my family have agonised over for a good deal of time," said the ex-England midfielder.

He added he would continue to play but not for a potential rival as he could "never contemplate" facing Liverpool.




Archive: Steven Gerrard's last-gasp screamer

Gerrard is being linked with a move to Major League Soccer in the United States once the English season ends.

He stressed: "I won't be playing for a competing club and will not therefore be lining up against Liverpool.

"My decision is completely based on my wish to experience something different in my career and life and I also want to make sure that I have no regrets when my playing career is eventually over.

"From now until the last kick of the last game of the season, I will be as fully committed to the team as I ever have been and giving everything I have to help Liverpool win games."

Gerrard, born in the Merseyside village of Whiston, joined Liverpool's academy when he was nine years old, making his first-team debut as a substitute against Blackburn Rovers in November 1998.

He led the club to the Champions League titles in 2005,  scoring his side's first goal as they came from three down to draw 3-3 against AC Milan and then win on penalties.

He has also won the Uefa Cup, two FA Cups, three League Cups, one Community Shield and two Uefa Super Cups, and earned 114 England caps before retiring after the World Cup.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said: "It is almost an impossible task to find the words to appropriately sum up Steven Gerrard and his importance to Liverpool.

"This is an era where the word 'legend' is vastly overused, but in his case it actually doesn't do him justice."

Gerrard in numbers

695 - Club appearances (all competitions)

180 - Club goals (all competitions)

494 - Premier League appearances

116 - Premier League goals

114 - England caps

21 - England goals

10 - Main trophies won

8 - Appearances in PFA Team of the Year

3 - Appearances in FifPro World XI

6 - Premier League Player of the Month


Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert, a boyhood supporter of the club, described Gerrard as "Mr Liverpool".

"He is number one for me and he always will be. He has meant everything to me growing up," added Lambert.

"The nights he has given the fans are unbelievable. I'll never forget them and I know the Liverpool fans will never forget them."

Reds forward Mario Balotelli compared Gerrard to Italian World Cup-winning midfielder Andrea Pirlo.

"I think of him as being at the same level as Pirlo," said Balotelli. "Vision, technique but he is powerful as well.

"Steven can do anything, he is an amazing player. It's going to be very difficult for the team to find another player like him in the future."

Steven Gerrard arriving for training on Friday morning, as the club prepare to face AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the FA Cup on Monday


Former Reds midfielder Terry McDermott put Gerrard above Liverpool greats Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness.

"Kenny and Souey shone in great Liverpool teams, but Gerrard has played in sides that were at best mediocre and he carried them to trophies," said McDermott.

Speculation about Gerrard's long-term Liverpool future intensified following a newpaper interview in October in which he said he would join another club if he was not offered a new contract at Anfield.

In December, Rodgers said the player had been offered a new deal, at the same time dismissing reports the pair had fallen out.

BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty:

"Steven Gerrard's decision will leave a hole that manager Brendan Rodgers will find incredibly difficult to fill. Gerrard remains an iconic figure, a footballer who arguably competes with Kenny Dalglish for the title of the greatest ever to wear the red shirt."



Gerrard was an unused substitute for Monday's 4-1 Premier League win over Swansea, although he returned to the starting line-up for Thursday's match against Leicester, scoring two penalties in a 2-2draw. Club owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner said in a joint statement that the news "stirs many strong emotions for all of us connected with the club".

"There is sadness that such a great player and person is leaving and won't be playing for Liverpool beyond this season," they added.

"But there is also a sense of celebration and gratitude, that we've all been privileged to watch and work with one of the true greats, not just of this club, but the game in general."

Gerrard has played 695 times for Liverpool since making his debut against Blackburn in 1998


Liverpool won the Uefa Cup, League Cup and FA Cup in 2001, with Gerrard among the scorers as Liverpool beat Spanish club Alaves 5-4 in the Uefa Cup final


Gerard Houllier made Gerrard Liverpool's captain in October 2003


And the midfielder inspired Liverpool to Champions League glory in 2005


Gerrard lifted the Champions League trophy after the Reds fought back from 3-0 down to beat AC Milan


Gerrard has scored 116 Premier League goals so far in his career


Gerrard's unfortunate slip against Chelsea last May proved costly as Liverpool missed out on the league, the only major club honour he is missing




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Confirmed: Steven Gerrard To Quit Liverpool

Gerrard joined the Anfield club as an eight-year-old and has made almost 700 appearances for the team and lifted 10 trophies.

11:28, UK, Friday 02January 2015







Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has said he is quitting Anfield after 25 years with a heavy heart, describing the decision as the "toughest of my life".

He will leave the club at the end of the season but the 34-year-old has signalled he hopes to return to Liverpool in the future.

While planning to continue his career overseas, he made clear it would be with a team that would not bring him into direct competition with Liverpool, which he said was "something I could never contemplate".


Gerrard also captained England, winning 114 caps


Gerrard's future at Anfield has been the subject of speculation for several months.

The captain, who scored two penalties in Thursday's 2-2 home draw against Leicester, is said to be in talks with Major League Soccer franchise LA Galaxy and the two New York clubs - City and Red Bulls.




  • Gerrard has spent his entire career at Liverpool but at 34 has now apparently decided to see out his playing days in the US



  • Gallery: Steven Gerrard Highs And Lows

    Steven Gerrard made his debut for Liverpool as a substitute against Blackburn Rovers in November 1998



  • One of his finest seasons came in 2001, when Liverpool won the Uefa Cup, League Cup and FA Cup, with Gerrard among the scorers as Liverpool beat Spanish club Alaves 5-4 in the Uefa Cup final



  • That same year he was among the scorers for England in their famous 5-1 romping of Germany in the World Cup qualifiers. It came a year after he made his debut for his country



  • Former Reds manager Gerard Houllier made Gerrard Liverpool captain in October 2003

  • Gerrard has spent his entire career at Liverpool but at 34 has now apparently decided to see out his playing days in the US



  • Gallery: Steven Gerrard Highs And Lows

    Steven Gerrard made his debut for Liverpool as a substitute against Blackburn Rovers in November 1998



Gerrard's decision to quit Liverpool, the only club he has played for in his illustrious professional career, will come as a huge blow to many supporters who were hoping he would stay on.


Explaining his decision, Gerrard said: "This has been the toughest decision of my life and one which both me and my family have agonised over for a good deal of time.

"I am making the announcement now so that the manager and the team are not distracted by stories or speculation about my future.

"Liverpool Football Club has been such a huge part of all our lives for so long and saying goodbye is going to be difficult, but I feel it's something that's in the best interests of all involved, including my family and the club itself.

"I'm going to carry on playing and although I can't confirm at this stage where that will be, I can say it will be somewhere that means I won't be playing for a competing club and will not therefore be lining up against Liverpool - that is something I could never contemplate.

"My decision is completely based on my wish to experience something different in my career and life and I also want to make sure that I have no regrets when my playing career is eventually over."

He added: "It is a very special place to be part of. It is my sincere hope and wish that one day I can return to serve Liverpool again, in whatever capacity best helps the club.

"My final message is for the people who make Liverpool Football Club the greatest in the world - the supporters.

"It has been a privilege to represent you, as a player and as captain. I have cherished every second of it and it is my sincere wish to finish this season and my Liverpool career on a high."

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said: "It is almost an impossible task to find the words to appropriately sum up Steven Gerrard and his importance to Liverpool.

"This is an era where the word 'legend' is vastly overused, but in his case it actually doesn't do him justice."

Rodgers added: "As a leader and as a man, he is probably incomparable to anyone I have ever worked with."

The club's principal owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner said in a joint statement: "There is sadness that such a great player and person is leaving and won't be playing for Liverpool beyond this season.

"But there is also a sense of celebration and gratitude, that we've all been privileged to watch and work with one of the true greats, not just of this club, but the game in general."

Gerrard, who stood down as England skipper after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, joined Liverpool as an eight-year-old and has made 695 appearances for the club and lifted 10 trophies.

His greatest moment came when he scored in the Champions League final in 2005 and inspired Liverpool to come from 3-0 down at half-time against AC Milan and win the trophy on penalties.

But his hopes of winning the Premier League are likely to remain unfulfilled after Liverpool came up agonisingly short last season and lost out to Manchester City. They currently lie eighth in the table, 17 points behind leaders Chelsea.






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据媒体报道

      北京时间1月6日,杰拉德已经宣布本赛季结束后离开利物浦,加盟美国大联盟,据BBC报道,杰拉德下个目的地将是小贝的老东家洛杉矶银河,双方将签订一份为期18个月的合同,杰拉德的年薪达到400万英镑,这个数字将是整个MLS的第二高薪,仅次于卡卡。
  杰拉德在上周五对阵莱斯特的比赛后证实,他将在赛季结束后离开效力17年之久的利物浦,并且将前往美国继续职业生涯,一时让无数红军拥簇伤感不已,而就在昨日对阵温布尔登的足总杯比赛中,杰拉德梅开二度帮助球队晋级,进入2015年以来,利物浦的4粒进球全部都是由杰队攻进,也让人们质疑利物浦放走杰拉德的决定是否正确。

  目前来看双方已无挽回余地,著名媒体BBC爆料,杰拉德即将与美国大联盟新科冠军洛杉矶银河签约,双方的合同仅有18个月。
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目前,眼下,现在,除了祝福,你还能说什么!

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希望杰队留下呗。。。
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           北京时间1月7日,杰拉德已经确定赛季结束后离开利物浦前往美国,在接受采访时他透露,如果去年夏天利物浦提供给他一份合同的话,他肯定会和球队续约,并表示自己不愿担任替补替补角色拖累球队,杰拉德表示自己到死都是利物浦球迷。

  杰拉德在上周战平莱斯特的比赛之后证实自己将会在赛季结束后离开利物浦,做出这个艰难的决定后一周,杰拉德首次接受了《利物浦回声报》的专访,在专访中他透露了有关这个决定的前前后后。

  杰拉德和利物浦的合同将在本赛季结束后结束,去年夏天双方就应该进入续约谈判,但杰拉德透露利物浦并未向他提供续约合同,“确实,如果赛季开始之前球队给我合同的话我会毫不犹豫的签字,我刚刚从英格兰队退役,准备将全部精力贡献给俱乐部,过去几年我也很健康,没有遭遇重大伤病。从夏天到做出决定的这段时间正好让我可以好好思考未来,不要去谴责罗杰斯或者俱乐部,毕竟他们有其他重要的事情需要处理。”

  本赛季利物浦失去了头号射手苏亚雷斯,球队战绩也出现巨大波动,相比战绩的起伏,罗杰斯的排兵布阵也遭到媒体的质疑,这其中杰拉德总是被莫名放在替补席上引起了诸多争论,罗杰斯表示杰拉德需要意识到自己不可能再像过去一样每场比赛都能贡献力量,媒体认为这可能是杰拉德离队的导火索,不过杰拉德本人不这么认为,“我和罗杰斯的关系非常好,但自从我代表利物浦出战以来,我的目标就是为球队出战每一个90分钟,我从来不想只是担任一个可被轮换的球员,如果从本赛季开始我就要逐渐打替补,那以后的日子会更加糟糕。”

  “做这个决定一点不轻松,利物浦就是我的家,我也爱这个城市,但现在有些事情确实需要改变了,有时我去咖啡店或者送子女去上学会遇到很多热情的球迷,这也让我外出变得很困难。现在去别的城市体验一下不同的文化是一个不错的选择,当我外出不被别人认出也是一个很好的事情。毕竟当别人对你倾注了太多关注和热爱的时候,会让自己压力陡增。”

  虽然即将离开前往美国,但是杰拉德表示利物浦永远是他最爱的球队,“能担任利物浦的队长是莫大的荣耀,现在是时候说再见了,到死我都是利物浦球迷,在这里我实现了梦想,在利物浦度过的26年中,我获得了世界上独一无二的美妙回忆,能为这支球队出生入死是我的幸运,我始终活在美梦之中。”



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最近几场形势不错,脱离保级区
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0:2 今天我们又赢了维拉

Liverpool increased the pressure on Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert by beating his struggling side to secure a third away league win in succession.

The threat of a pre-match protest by Villa fans did not materialise but the home side went behind when Fabio Borini prodded in a Jordan Henderson cross.

Christian Benteke had a chance to level but his powerful strike was saved.

The Reds survived a number of scares before striker Rickie Lambert arrowed in an 18-yard shot to secure victory.
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希望杰拉德留下

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 在球员通道内,利物浦所有的队员们都穿上了杰拉德的8号球衣,等到队友们纷纷走出更衣室通道,重新登场之后,杰拉德的身影才又出现在了安菲尔德更衣室内,当然,还有他的“贴心小棉袄”——他的3个女儿。

  然而当时的气氛已经煽到了极点,杰拉德,这个在球场上铁血的男人,终于也止不住流泪了!当他的小女儿抱住他的那一刻,现场每一个人的心都要融化了。只见杰拉德和小女人紧紧的相拥在了一起,低着头,把脸深深的埋在了小女儿的头发里,这一刻,杰拉德已然无法抑制住从内心深处迸发的情感了……

  接下来,杰拉德还是深埋着头,深深的亲吻了一下女儿的脸颊,然而眼泪已经不自觉的渗出了眼眶——接下来的一幕更让人虐心:杰拉德用双手捂住了自己的脸,捂住了自己泛红的双眼和滚烫的泪水,心碎了,18年来在这座球场上的点点滴滴,化作为滴滴的泪水,从杰拉德的眼眶中,慢慢的渗出……

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