houlder the burden of ter off without Liverr off without Gerrard? d, of course, should he not force Liverpool to
That is not to suggest Gerrard’s unique talents would not improve any side in the world – of course they would – and nor is it an attempt to degrade him as a footballer, as a person, or as a captain.
He is one of the best players on the planet. He has carried Liverpool, largely on his own, for 10 years.
He will join, most likely, Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness and Billy Liddell in the pantheon of the club’s greats.
Liverpool would not be the same without him, just as he would not be the same without Liverpool.
Both would survive, though. Whether either would thrive, of course, is the great unknown. – The Telegraph
rm could see Gerrard leave Anfield.