Gerrard Dumps Rangers, Join Aston Villa As New Manager
Aston Villa on Thursday announced Steven Gerrard as their new manager to replace the sacked Dean Smith.
The former Liverpool captain has left his role as Rangers boss to take the reins at the club, who have lost five straight Premier League matches.
Gerrard guided Rangers to a first Scottish Premiership title in 10 years last season, finishing the campaign undefeated in the league.
“The board of Aston Villa are delighted to appoint Steven as our new head coach,” said CEO Christian Purslow.
“He then took the brave decision to test himself in the intense and high pressured environment of the Scottish Old Firm. His subsequent achievement in winning the Premiership title with Glasgow Rangers really caught our eye as did his experience in Europe.”
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