Found September 07, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Liverpool’s Future Captain? - originally posted on Soccerlens.comSteven Gerrard has been Liverpool’s leader since 2003, when he took over from Sami Hypia. Almost ten years as the captain, he is on the back end of his career. At the age of 33, he only has a few seasons of quality football left in him. So who will be the future captain of the Reds? Currently Daniel Agger is Vice-Captain and he is as loyal as they come to the club that he loves. I am sure he will continue his career on Merseyside and possibly be the next captain. But he is 28 and if Gerrard keeps the captaincy for a couple more years, then the club may look at more of a long-term option. Daniel Agger will get his chance to captain the club, because he is a great player and a great club man, but it may not be on a permanent basis. He is loyal and loves this club and very important to the squad, plus the fans love him. Liverpool may look for a long term captain after Gerrard, or someone to replace the next captain. There...
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