The Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that Steven Gerrard should not think about leaving Liverpool if he is to win the Premier league title with his boyhood club. The 31-year-old Steven Gerrard is fast running out of time when it comes to completing his ambition of lifting the Premier league title. It is thought that the midfielder is now regretting having passed up the opportunity to join Chelsea back in 2005. Since then, Chelsea have managed to lift two Premier league titles and also in the Champions League title last season. However, the new manager Brendan Rodgers has said that the club will be able to be successful once again, but Steven Gerrard needs to be patient.
The former Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers is trying to bring a different approach to the game at Anfield. He is already making a significant impact, which was quite clearly visible in the 2-2 draw with Manchester city. Liverpool could have easily won the match had it not been for the mistake made by the defender Martin Skrtel in the dying moments of the match. This has gone a long way into erasing the memories of the horrible 3-0 defeat on the opening day of the season.
“I think Steven, over the years, has had a number of chances to leave here. He has always felt this is the club where he could still win it and he has still got a number of years left in his career. We understand how difficult it is going to be but I think he will still feel the dream is here. I don’t think he needs to move anywhere. Of course we will go through difficult moments — but his dream is to win the Barclays Premier League with Liverpool,” said Brendan Rodgers ahead of this weekend’s match.