Gerrard: My worst three months

Steven Gerrard says the last three months have 'probably been the worst of my life' after suffering disappointment with Liverpool and England.

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slowgraffiti says...

Take with a grain of salt, obviously. His worst three months could be the best three months of most others' lives.

Posted 6:07pm 30th July 2014

ajsr1982 (Liverpool) says...

At this point I'd quite like to ask the sages that have commented on this 'story' thus far: What would you have him say when asked about last season and the World Cup? 'You know what fellas, worse things happen at sea, and besides, I'm stinking rich so in the grand scheme of things I've got it pretty good.' Can you imagine the flak that would come his way? He would be (unfathomably) be public enemy number one.

Posted 5:27pm 30th July 2014

lee the gooner (Arsenal) says...

Who cares how sorry he is? No excuses. He fell on his ass and had a crappy world cup. Maybe his 100k plus per week will help the poor baby.Grow up Steve, we could all care less.

Posted 4:32pm 30th July 2014

dryice says...

I think he's pretty lucky that he did slip as it can now be explained as an unfortunate accident. Personally I think he had mis-controlled the ball and Ba would have got there anyway.

Posted 3:54pm 30th July 2014

ajsr1982 (Liverpool) says...

@crowedem - That would be the same 'attack' he was acquitted of. Just because it goes to court doesn't mean it really happened. Well done on pointing out someone else's short memory though. @script69. If you're putting David Beckham in the same bracket as Scholes, Gerrard and Lampard, you should either stop reading the tabloids or take up watching another sport. The internet.... sigh.

Posted 3:35pm 30th July 2014

davey243 (Crystal Palace) says...

In fairness, he career has been one gigantic fail, it must be difficult for him to pinpoint one specific three month period as being his worst.

Posted 3:23pm 30th July 2014

ScRipt69 (Manchester United) says...

@seb4reds...disagree mate, one of maybe but the best English midfielder, nope. Look at Lampard and Scholes them three make the three best English midfielders and if I had to pick one it wouldn't be Stevie G. Also see David Beckham apparently he was a bit of alright. Also he isnt a legend of the game, sure he is a name on a list but a legend, Pele, Maradonna, Gerrard.... nah

Posted 1:18pm 30th July 2014

crowedem (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

@ macca_07 - 'What you call an all round class individual.' Where to start with what is wrong with this? Short memories in Liverpool - he attacked a DJ in a pub five years ago - not someone I would call a 'class individual'.

Posted 12:52pm 30th July 2014

fictionalemu says...

Yeah, must be terrible to finish second in the league (the joint highest position of your career and far better than anyone expected last season) then captain your country at a World Cup in Brazil, all while being paid £1.7m over those three months.

Posted 12:47pm 30th July 2014

Gab1965 says...

Only Gerrard could have been involved in so many high profile cock ups and still avoid the huge criticism that other players would get while the club's supporters insist that it is the defence that is substandard. Man Utd supporters must be confident this season, you can tell when they are confident when they start trolling other stories. It's as if last season never happened.

Posted 12:40pm 30th July 2014

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