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Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to react after spotting Steven Gerrard talking about Thiago’s goal during training at Aston Villa.

What’s the story?

Well, no words can be heard, although Liverpool fans noticed Gerrard gesturing with his arms to describe the flight of Thiago’s strike.

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You can see the footage of Gerrard at Bodymoor Heath below.

For those of you who are good at lipreading, you may be able to interpret what the 41-year-old is actually saying.

One Liverpool fan seems to think this is what Gerrard said.

Nevertheless, the arm movement is telling, as it perfectly mimics the way in which the ball swerved after Thiago struck it crisply on the half-volley.

Clearly, Gerrard was keeping an eye on his beloved Liverpool on Tuesday night, as they made it five wins from five Champions League games.

Do Liverpool fans really want Steven Gerrard?

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Ever since he left Rangers for Aston Villa, there has been plenty of talk about Gerrard replacing Jürgen Klopp at Anfield one day.

However, do Liverpool fans really want to see that?

Of course, it would be nice, but look at what’s happened to the likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard in recent years.

Both have returned to manage the clubs where they became legends as players, and both have somewhat stained their legacy after failing.

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In the eyes of Liverpool fans, Gerrard is perfect – he can do no wrong.

Would supporters rather keep it that way, or let him risk undoing some of his good work by failing as a manager at Anfield?

It’s certainly an interesting debate to be had.

Nevertheless, let’s see what the Liverpool fans on Twitter have been saying about the footage from Bodymoor Heath…

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