Aston Villa fires Steven Gerrard!

One defeat too many. Less than a year after his arrival on the Aston Villa bench, Steven Gerrard knew he was threatened. Sixteenth in the Premier League standings before moving to Fulham, the English club had to quickly win to get away from the red zone. The rate given that the Villans lost heavily from 3 but to 0.

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A setback that plunges the Birmingham club to seventeenth place in the standings, only three points ahead of the red lantern, Nottingham Forest. A setback that also cost the place of Gerrard. A little over an hour after this misstep, the announcement fell on the club’s official website.

Pochettino to replace him?

“Aston Villa Football Club can confirm that head coach Steven Gerrard has left the club with immediate effect. A club spokesperson said: “We would like to thank Steven for his hard work and commitment and wish him well for the future.”. Steven Gerrard’s first quack in his coaching career after his success with Glasgow Rangers.

This season, the former emblematic player of Liverpool had however obtained reinforcements of choice such as Diego Carlos, Philippe Coutinho, Leander Dendoncker or Boubacar Kamara. Unfortunately for him, several (Diego Carlos and Kamara) suffered serious injuries. Fired after swearing after tonight’s game that he “would never give up”Gerrard could be replaced by a certain Mauricio Pochettino.

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