Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard took another giant step towards actualising his dream of one day managing Liverpool by moving to managing in the Premier League with Midlands club Aston Villa.
Gerrard retired from professional football in 2016 after just a season with Los Angeles Galaxy having spent 17 years at Liverpool. He began his coaching badges and returned to Liverpool to manage the U18 team in the 2017/18 season.
He moved to Rangers after just a season as Liverpool U18 and won the Scottish Premier League unbeaten in his third season. He did it in a majestic fashion by finishing the season unbeaten and ending Celtic's 10 years dominance.
Gerrard managed 193 games in charge of Rangers, of which he won 125, drew 42 and lost 26. He has a win percentage of 64.77 and has won just a trophy. The league title he won last season amidst several individual awards which includes the manager of the year.