Former footballer Steve Howey has recently talked about the possibility of Wolves appointing Steven Gerrard as their next manager.
Gerrard has recently helped Rangers dethrone their Old Firm rivals in the race for the Scottish Premiership title, denying the Parkhead-based side their tenth league crown in a row. Gerrard’s Gers won the league by a margin of 25 points.
Howey was recently talking to Transfer Tavern and spoke about Gerrard’s chances of ending up at Wolves. He believes that the chance of managing Wolves would appeal to the ex-Liverpool midfielder.
He stated: “He’s done a magnificent job at Rangers. They’ve gone a full season unbeaten, won the league by a country mile.
“The last game against Celtic they blew them away. It’s a possibility, it’s a nice club, it’s always been a lovely club, nice ground. Would it appeal to him? Possibly.”
TIF Thoughts on Gerrard to Wolves…
Gerrard, with his heroics of winning the Premiership title, has certainly established and shown his quality as a manager.
Having said that, Wolves might need a manager who is experienced enough to help them finish in the top half of the table on a regular basis and pursue a finish in the European spots, because that’s where they used to be under Nuno until this season.
Gerrard is yet to manage in a top league yet and that lack of experience might count against him. So appointing him may be a risky move from Wolves.
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