A file picture taken on May 25, 2005, shows Liverpool's captain Steven Gerrard celebrating after a shootout victory over AC Milan in the final of the UEFA Champions League at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul. AFP PHOTO/TARIK TINAZAY/FILES
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Former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier recalls the moment he first set eyes on the 17-year-old Gerrard.With Liverpool trailing West Ham United 3-2 heading into stoppage time, a cramping Gerrard let fly from 30 metres, rifling home his second goal of the game to take the match into extra-time and then penalties where the Merseysiders won out again.Liverpool lost the game, the title went to Manchester City and Gerrard's hopes of claiming the Premier League trophy for the first time were snuffed out.With Liverpool 17 points behind leaders Chelsea and Manchester City in the current standings, Gerrard knows he will never get his hands on the only major club trophy he lacks, which along with an unfulfilled international career, will be a major disappointment.
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