‘Gerrard’ Seynokum ‘Al-Ittifaq’ insists the offer is not pleasing to the eye

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Former Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard has rejected the job of managing Saudi club Al-Ittifak. After listening to the proposal to the land of oil millionaires points out. Takes time to consider and then decides to reject

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard confirmed that Rejected an offer to manage Al-Ittifaq in the Pro League Saudi Arabia finished. After a few days of contemplating. As a result, he continues to be an unemployed coach. Since being released by Aston Villa in October last year. Along with the news with many teams who want to take over the reins

Gerrard' Seynokum 'Al-Ittifaq' insists the offer is not pleasing to the eye

The 43-year-old trainer is waiting for a new job. Previously, Olympiakos and the Polish national team were interested before the image of him. Appeared in the city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia, causing many to believe that the former Rangers boss would be the first famous coach. Who went to pioneer the football industry in the ทางเข้า ufabet league of oil millionaires. Like all the star players who are lining up to move to trespass at this time

“There’s a lot of talk about it in the media. A lot of things are not true,” Gerrard told a live broadcast of the Euro 2024 qualifier between England and North Macedonia. “I was invited there to see possible offers. which I have already done And I have analyzed in the past 2-3 days, which at this time I will not accept that offer.”

The former England international also praised. Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate for his excellent performance in leading the team to win every past qualifying match. Leading the crowd in Group C at this time Especially to build confidence with the players. This can be seen from winning a difficult game. like meeting with Italy national team

Having retired from football in 2016, Gerrard took his first steps as manager with Rangers in 2018 and guided the club to their first Scottish Premiership title in ten years. In November 2021, he moved to manage Aston Villa in the English Premier League. But his performances did not go as well as expected, winning 13 out of 40 games in his 11 months in charge. Causing to continue to look for experiences with new agencies