Gerrard will work as a television pundit for BT Sports in the U.K.
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Former England midfielder Steven Gerrard has left Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy, the club confirmed Tuesday, but he indicated that he is not yet ready to retire from playing.Gerrard scored five goals in 34 appearances for the Galaxy.Gerrard's departure comes a day after New York City F.C. confirmed his ex-England teammate Frank Lampard, 38, will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the year.Capped 114 times by England, Gerrard skippered hometown team Liverpool for 12 years, famously lifting the Champions League trophy in 2005 after an unforgettable comeback against AC Milan.
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