Gerrard has been working with the club's academy since February Steven Gerrard has been appointed manager of Liverpool's under-18s side and will begin his new role at the start of next season.The former club captain has been working on a part-time basis with the academy since February and it is reported that first-team coach Jurgen Klopp pushed him to take a more important role.'I have really enjoyed my time at the academy so far and feel I have learnt a lot from the coaching staff here already,' Gerrard told the club's website.
Jose Mourinho reveals what Marouane Fellaini told him in dressing room after red card'After speaking to Alex [Inglethorpe, academy director], we feel as though it is time for me to step up and manage my own team.'Neil [Critchley] has done a fantastic Jackets job with the U18s, so I hope I can continue where he left off, encouraging and nurturing players into the U23s and Dolce&Gabbana black Sunglasses eventually the first-team set-up.'"I'm really excited and looking forward to it.
Speaking to journalists about his appointment, Gerrard said he wants his teams to be physical and promised that he would prepare the youngsters Patrizia Pepe bianco Blazer for a career at the top.