Date: 20/06/2020

Par: VernonHab

Sujet: Assay, upright a test

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Mcgrath in doubt after training mishap, insists on making final call

Gerrard was also left frustrated by what he saw. "Not really," said the striker. "We just want to give a shout out to a good young guy."

A day later, the 28-year-old was making his second-career appearance when his leg was broken against Liverpool.

It was after the match that he announced his wish to return to training with the rest of the squad, and the plan was to be a new striker - but then, his injury meant that he could not make the trip in time.

There is also concern that Gerrard's fitness is not up to the mark following a knock against England at St James' Park.

But while Gerrard has insisted that his injury should not affect the team, he also wants the Reds to make the right decision to bring in another striker.

He added: "We've gone through this before. You go to some games and you might have a striker, someone who might be good at what they do. But it doesn't take that many goals to do that.

"You think in the second half you have to replace him and it becomes a team game. So you have to let him get a few games and see how he is."

Gerrard has not officially played since April 2010 after suffering an abdominal strain in training with England, but was recently re-signed for a further year.

He said: "It could be four more, so maybe I should say that it took me until October because I was having some muscle pain in my knee, my calf and my thigh.

"I couldn't train until I found out what was wrong, but I think it is too early to really talk about whether I will play or not."

There has also been speculation about who might fill the No. 10 slot, and there is talk that a switch from the left wing could happen this month, with Sterling likely to return.

And Gerrard admits that after losing his starting right-back role, his job was likely to fall upon new captain Jordan Henderson, with England set for their first World Cup final since 1990.

When asked about his fellow right-back, Gerrard added: "He's a top player, no doubt about it, he's one of the best.

"We all get that now, we've all got that now, we're all better at picking that up. But I feel he's more comfortable in the central position as well."

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