Premier League legends including Thierry Henry, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Ryan Giggs all have great career careers and are considered legends. So their path to coaching role is sublimated gloriously like football playing role?
1. Thierry Henry
During 2016-2018, one of the Premier League legends, Thierry Henry assumed the role of assistant coach in the Belgian national team. Here, the former Arsenal player is very popular with attacking present Premier League legends like Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku or Michy Batshuayi. Lukaku even admitted that he was much more dangerous after being told by Henry.
Later, he moved to lead Monaco in the 2018/19 season but was not very successful. The Principality team stood at 17th place, only 2 points higher than the red light group. Currently, he is the head coach of Montreal Impact, the team that Bojan Krkic’s former prodigy wore.
2. Steven Gerrard
In 2016, after retiring, Steven Gerrard returned to his homeland and assumed the position of Liverpool U18 team. He often exchanges with coach Juergen Klopp to learn coaching experience.
Two years later, he sought a new challenge at Scotland team, Rangers. Gerrard left certain marks such as helping Rangers to defeat Celtic for the first time in 9 years, winning the right to go to the round of 16 of the Europa League … In December 2019, the contributions of the Liverpool legend were recorded by a combination. This term is valid until June 2024.
3. Frank Lampard
In the 2018/19 season, Frank Lampard asserted his talent by leading Derby County to the play-off match for the Premier League promotion against Aston Villa. Although the defeat in the match was dubbed the “most expensive in the world”, what Lampard did impress many people.
At the beginning of the 2019/20 season, after coach Maurizio Sarri decided to move to Juventus, Lampard was selected to sit in the hot seat of Chelsea. The banned transfer made “People without lungs” only rely on young talents such as Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham … However, Lampard still did quite well and helped Chelsea ranked fifth in the Premier League.
4. Ryan Giggs
Ryan Giggs is probably the former Man United player with the best coaching career. Shortly after retiring in 2014, he took on the role of assistant coach of the Old Trafford team. He also temporarily took charge of Manchester United after coach David Moyes was fired.
In 2018, he returned to his homeland to become the head coach of Wales. Here, Giggs also did a great job of helping Wales qualify for the Euro 2020 final (moving to 2021) as the second group of Group E in qualifying.
5 and 6. Paul Scholes, Gary Neville
Like Ryan Giggs, both Paul Scholes and Gary Neville have worked as assistant coaches at Man United to gain experience. However, the duo has no coaching career desired. They quickly lost at Oldham and Valencia. Currently, Neville and Scholes both turned to commentators.
Above is the Premier League legends following the coaching role in the Premier League from the past to present. Among the Premier League legends, some are glorious, some experienced ups and downs in their career. However, their contribtion to football in England, and the world in general, is of great importance.
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