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Villa is not a stepping stone to Liverpool job: Gerrard

Steven Gerrard has criticized claims that he will use Aston Villa's job as a stepping stone to eventually take over his former club Liverpool. Rangers - The Premier League bout Villa welcomes Brighton to Gerrard's Saturday opener and his emotional reunion with Liverpool arrives at Anfield on December 11th. Gerrard insists, however, that his move to Villa Park after three and a half years in Glasgow wasn't motivated by another step towards his Liverpool dream.

"It is very unfair to call this a stepping stone, never," Gerrard told reporters at his first press conference in Villa on Thursday. "The opportunity to return to the Premier League and the opportunity to be close to my family again are the two reasons this was the right thing for me." I am 100 percent committed and so is my staff.There is nothing wrong with having dreams and aspirations.

While Gerrard wanted to distance himself from Anfield for the time being, after working with the Reds youth teams he stays in contact with Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp before taking up his first job as a manager with the Rangers. Thomas Tuchel dismisses proposals for a side collision with Burnley's Bank during the Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge. "Liverpool have a world-class coach in Jürgen Klopp. If I signed a contract for life now, I would be very happy for him and for them." first day. We live in the same area and I meet him when he walks his dogs.

"He texted me and said he was looking forward to a big hug. On the side on December 11th, and I'm looking forward to it too. Former England midfielder Gerrard has underpinned his coaching skills by taking the Rangers out of the slump in Pulled towards their first Scottish crown in 10 years to stop Celtic from their arch-rivals in their quest to win 10 straight titles, indicated by their unbeaten league season with the Glasgow club and relative success in European competitions with Gerrard suggest that he is able to revive Villa.

The 41-year-old has replaced Dean Smith at Villa Park after five straight defeats triggered his predecessor's sacking. The city is just two points above the relegation zone and Gerrard knows he needs to see an immediate rebound in results. Back on a European level, I don't think this is the right time to set a date, "he said.

The most important thing for me is to focus on the short term, which is Brighton at the weekend, to win football games again. It has already made a name for itself on the training ground by banning tomato ketchup. "It was banned before I saw it!" Said Gerrard. "Players need to have the right attitude. Keep going.You have to strive to be elite.


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