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Steven Gerrard | Midfielder

Team: Liverpool
Age / DOB:  (33) / 5/30/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 183

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Liverpool ended the weekend where they started it, atop the table, thanks to two Steven Gerrard penalties against West Ham.
Gerrard's penalties on either side of a Guy Demel goal for the Hammers was enough to get Liverpool the three points despite the Reds being off of their best on Sunday. Luis Suarez went close on a few occasions but Liverpool never achieved the attacking fluency that has been their trademark this season. The cliche is that championship teams find a way to win matches when they're not at their best and that's what Liverpool did today. On to the huge showdown with Manchester City next weekend. Apr 6 - 1:50 PM
Source: ESPNFC.com

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Steven Gerrard converted two penalty kicks as Liverpool move to within four points of league leaders Chelsea after a 0-3 thrashing of Manchester United.

United's defense were overmatched from the start, and the first of three fouls inside the box occurred when Rafael deliberately got his hand on the ball in an effort to slow down Luis Suarez. Gerrard stepped up and converted. Then, in the opening minute of the second half, Phil Jones brought Joe Allen down, and Gerrard put the Reds up by two with another spot kick. Another penalty was awarded when Nemanja Vidic was sent off, but Gerrard hit the post. Down to ten men, Luis Suarez would put the finishing touch on United's nightmare with his 25th goal of the season. With all the clubs having double gameweeks coming up, none present more appealing options than Liverpool right now, as they move to second in the league table.
Mar 16 - 12:07 PM

Steven Gerrard put in a wonderful performance, indicative of his storied career, guiding Liverpool to a 2-3 win over Fulham, thanks to a converted penalty near the end of the game.

It was vintage Gerrard tonight, as Liverpool needed to erase two deficits before getting the chance to take all the points. Gerrard delivered a fantastic through ball to Daniel Sturridge for his 16th goal of the season, giving the captain an assist. Then, after Philippe Coutinho leveled the match, Sturridge was taken down in the box to set the club captain up with a game winning penalty kick, and he converted like he seemingly always does. It was a quiet night for Luis Suarez, though he did smash the post on one occasion. Still, it is becoming difficult to not find space for Suarez, Sturridge, and Gerrard, the way they are going right now.
Feb 12 - 5:20 PM

Steven Gerrard was in the starting lineup against Oldham at the weekend, after coming in on the hour against Hull City on New Year's Day.

Gerrard was out for almost a month with a hamstring injury, but is now fit. His return is interesting for fantasy manager. He was a consistent player before his injury and will surely get set-piece duty back. His return could also allow Jordan Henderson to play in the more attacking role he starred in for a few matches, before injuries forced Liverpool to shuffle their formation.
Source: BBC Sport
Jan 7 - 11:19 AM

Liverpool talisman, Steven Gerrard, is back in training and could be available to face Hull City on New Year's Day.

According to Brendan Rodgers, "we'll see how he is for Hull". If he doesn't feature against the Tigers, he'll surely be ready for Stoke City on 12 Jan. The Reds will be missing Joe Allen for a spell, so Gerrard's return is well timed.
Source: Liverpool FC
Tue, Dec 31, 2013 11:45:00 AM

Mohamed Salah, a 21-year old winger currently owned by Swiss football club FC Basel, is expected to sign with Liverpool during the winter transfer window.

The Egyptian international, who has 19 goals in 47 appearances for Basel since joining the team back in June of 2012, was scouted by Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers during his team's recent run in the UEFA Champions League. The addition of Salah could disrupt The Reds current form, but Rogers said he will not let that happen: "...we would want to reinforce the group, but it has to be players that are clearly better than what we have that can come in and help the group." The cost to bring the "Egyptian Messi" to Anfield is rumored to be around £12 million.
Sun, Dec 22, 2013 11:06:00 PM

Steven Gerrard will miss four to six weeks with a hamstring injury he picked up during Liverpool's win against West Ham this weekend.

With Daniel Sturridge already injured and Gerrard now joining him on the sidelines, Liverpool will rely even more on Luis Suarez and Phillippe Coutinho for goals and creativity. Suarez takes over penalty duties and his value is sky high at the moment. Liverpool's title hopes take a significant hit as Gerrard will miss important matches against Manchester City and Chelsea.
Mon, Dec 9, 2013 11:18:00 AM

Steven Gerrard returned from injury last weekend and looked fine against Everton.

Gerrard was dealing with a hip injury during the international break but he seems to be healthy and should continue his good form. He is not on the injury report.
Fri, Nov 29, 2013 01:00:00 PM

Steven Gerrard will miss England's friendly against Chile with a hip injury.

There are reports of Gerrard taking injections to be able to play against Germany next Tuesday but I doubt anyone is willing to risk Gerrard's health for a friendly. If he plays against Germany, you can assume he's healthy and fit next weekend. At 33 years of age, Gerrard continues to impress on the field and on the fantasy sheet.
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 02:33:00 PM

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard suffered a "knock towards the end [of the match against Arsenal], with his hip", according to manager Brendan Rodgers. The club is still waiting to learn the extent of the injury.

It sounds as if Gerrard is a doubt for Liverpool's home match against Fulham, and possibly England's upcoming friendlies. If Phillipe Coutinho is fit to start at the weekend, then likely Jordan Henderson drops deeper in midfield. If not, Joe Allen could be required to deputize.
Source: Daily Star
Tue, Nov 5, 2013 11:05:00 AM

After Newcastle United opened the scoring, Liverpool brought the game level on a penalty converted by Steven Gerrard, marking the 100th Premier League goal in his career.

The penalty was earned rightfully after Luis Suarez was brought down blatantly in the box in what was a clear scoring opportunity. Gerrard has been one of the most accurate penalty takers in Premier League history, and he didn't disappoint again, firing a low cannon past Tim Krul's right. With Suarez back, his ability to earn a penalty will only boost Gerrard's value.
Sat, Oct 19, 2013 10:06:00 AM

In what has to be considered the most surprising outcome of today's matches, Liverpool were defeated at home by Southampton 0-1, ending their unbeaten record.

Brendan Rodgers rolled out an interesting defense, starting Agger, Skrtel, Toure and newcomer Sakho on his back line, despite the quartet all being considered center backs. The tactical move cannot be blamed for the goal that was conceded, the loss was more due to a lack of chemistry, with the absence of Phillipe Coutinho noticable. The dynamic should be interesting next week, as Luis Suarez has completed his 10 game ban and is back in contention.
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 12:05:00 PM

Steven Gerrard told LFC TV that he is, "not too far away, maybe a couple of weeks away from contact and being back in full training if everything goes well."

This is going to be a big year for Liverpool, and for Gerrard who is two Premier League goals shy of a century. His return will be a big boost to the club.
Source: TeamTalk
Wed, Jun 26, 2013 01:07:00 PM

Liverpool FC released a statement rebutting any reports that Steven Gerrard has suffered a setback after his shoulder surgery.

Gerrard missed the end of last season to fix a lingering issue and should be ready for Liverpool's pre-season training.
Source: Liverpool FC
Wed, Jun 5, 2013 06:56:00 PM

The Premier League's official Twitter handle pointed out today that, "#LFC captain Steven Gerrard is now on 98 #BPL goals - two short of joining a list of 23 players to have scored 100 or more"

We will enter next season where we left off in this one - with an England midfielder chasing a landmark goal number. Any bets on numbers 99 and 100 being penalty kicks?
Tue, May 21, 2013 04:21:00 PM