Retired Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard will play for the Reds again in May. Gerrard, touted as the next manager of the club’s Under-18s, will play alongside legends, Jamie Carragher, Steve McManaman and Daniel Agger in a post-season friendly against A-League side, Sydney FC in May. The match will be part of the Australian club’s 12th anniversary celebrations.
The 36-year-old has been ecstatic about the prospect of donning his all Red jersey once again saying it would be an honour.
“It will be an honour to pull on the red shirt and play football with an outstanding squad and former team-mates – this is what Liverpool is all about, celebrating the family that has been around for 125 years,” Gerrard said.
“Our fans in Australia always give us a warm welcome, so it’ll be a great feeling to see the ANZ Stadium turn red on May 24,” Goal quoted him to have said.
Liverpool will host Crystal Palace on Sunday in a bid to cement their place in the Champions League slots.