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Zero per cent (0%) possibility of Gerrard going to Anfield in near future’ – King expecting Rangers stay after league trophy triumph


   Anfield have been told there's a “zero per cent (0%) possibility” of their former midfield player and current Rangers Coach "Steve Gerrard" Coming back to the Club any time soon, with Dave King believe a Merseyside native to stick around at Rangers on the back of a memorable Scottish Premiership Champions.

   The Gers, fresh from outdo Old Firm rivals Celtic from accomplish a momentous run of 10-in-a-row, have a highly-rated manager tied to a contract through to some years to come.

   Those in Glasgow admit that Steven Gerrard will want to return to his former Club where he becomes legend "Liverpool" at some point, Strongly when Jurgen Klopp heads for the exits at Anfield, but King can't see that path being trodden “in the near future”.
   Former Gers chairman King said to Glasgow Times: “I guess there is a zero per cent (0%) possibility of Steven Gerrard returning to Anfield as a head of Coach for the Club in the near future.

  “I say that for Some reasons; Anfield as a Stadium and Liverpool as a club don’t give up on their managers very easily.

   Jurden Klopp has done an outstanding job for them, they have had a poor season, but he's still a great coach and I hope he’ll still be there coming season, continuing to be successful. 

 My second thought is; the 40-year-old is not the type of person to abandon a contract. Gerrard length his contract with Rangers full in the knowledge that it would require winning a trophy and then defending a champion.

   Qualify for Champions League was another target. I don’t guess Gerrard will be satisfied with just overpowering the league.

   I know Steven Gerrard wants to defend that trophy and I know Steven wants to get into the big league Champions League.

   From Gerrard's point of view staying at Rangers as a head of Coach is going to be good for him, his career and, of course, it'll be good for the Club as well.

  Leaving Rangers to Anfield is somewhere down the road and why would Steven Gerrard want to go to another club? He loves the Rangers, the spectators love him and Steven has the maximum support and backing of the management.

  The former England Captain has a big task ahead of him, defending the trophy will be crucial.
   It’s obvious the fans enjoy this time because it is been a long time coming, but coming season will come around speedily.

  Steven Gerrard has never shied away from the fact that he'd like to return to his roots "Liverpool" at some point.

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