Gerrard Is A Man On A Mission

29 Mar

Gerrard Is A Man On A Mission

 

Liverpool are right in the mix of a Premiership title battle in one of the most competitive title races in years with Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and the surprise package of the season, Brendan Rodgers’ team fighting for English football’s top prize.

 

Rodger’s men look like going the distance which has surprised many people, especially after being toppled from the top of the league at Christmas after suffering away defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea in the space of a week.

 

But Liverpool have shown their title credentials with a tremendous run of form that has seen them win their last seven league games.

 

There has been a collection of factors that has contributed to Liverpool’s impressive form, like Brendan Rodgers management style, the goal scoring exploits of Suarez and Sturridge, but in recent weeks, Steven Gerrard has been inspirational.

 

It seems ludicrous to think back to the start of the season when some supporters were calling for the Liverpool captain to be dropped and saying he was past his best, but along with a clever move by Rodgers who switched Gerrard to a deeper midfield role, and the England captain’s desire, Gerrard has been inspirational in recent weeks similar to his younger days in a Red shirt.

 

But Gerrard looks as if he’s on a personal conquest to achieve a lifelong ambition which he feels he can finally get by winning the Premiership this season. In recent weeks he has scored so many important goals and he came to the rescue again last night against a stubborn Sunderland team.

 

It’s not just Gerrard’s goals, it’s his determination to drive his team on, that clash against United’s Fellaini where he left the Belgian in a heap with a bloodied face showed how much he wants this title and in the games that remain Gerrard will take some stopping because he can smell the Premiership trophy.

 

 

 

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One Response to “Gerrard Is A Man On A Mission”

  1. Farombi Morakinyo March 29, 2014 at 1:33 pm #

    Captain Fantastic

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