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Steven Gerrard named new Aston Villa manager

By Reuters
11 November 2021   |   11:47 am
Liverpool’s former captain and talisman Steven Gerrard has been appointed the new manager of Aston Villa. The position became vacant when Villa sacked Dean Smith on Sunday after a run of five successive Premier League defeats. Gerrard has enjoyed a hugely successful period at Rangers where he managed to break Celtic’s nine year hold on the Scottish Premiership title.

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