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Steven Gerrard has revealed Xabi Alonso would be the man he’d choose to bring back to Liverpool if he could re-sign any former Red.
On Tuesday, the now Real Madrid midfielder told Liverpoolfc.com of his admiration for the Anfield captain, insisting he could play in any team in world football.
Then, in a live Twitter chat with supporters hosted by his boot suppliers adidas at Melwood, Gerrard explained why Alonso is the player he’d love to see back at Liverpool and admitted he misses playing alongside him.
Here’s a selection of the best question and answers from the chat:
Q: What was the best moment of your LFC career so far? @zaman_lfc @Emma_LF
Gerrard: Istanbul, 2005
Q: When you retire will continue in football? @KatieCheg
Gerrard: I hope so, I’d like to stay involved in the club for a long time
Q: What position would you play yourself in if managing Liverpool on Football Manager? @ItsPaulJessop
Gerrard: Attacking Midfield!
Q: Who is the greatest striker you have played with in you...
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