Gerrard wrote his name in the history books of the Reds during a 26-year tenure with his youth club, where he won seven important trophies.

He has been tipped to one day return to Liverpool as a manager, and is currently cutting his teeth at the Glasgow Giant Rangers.

Gerrard is guest starring in the first episode of the new show Back of the Net by his former Liverpool team-mate Peter Crouch.

And during a brief question and answer session with Crouch, he helped to ensure that he returned to Merseyside with the support of the fans.

Crouch asked Gerrard to choose between defeating Everton or Manchester United, and he replied, "That's like … that's like one of the Kardashians, it's tough, um … I can not."

Crouch went back to his original question and asked, "Could … yes really … not hate them both?"

Gerrard said with a smile all the time, "Um, I … yes, I hate both, yes."

Despite their closeness, Liverpool and Everton's Merseyside rivalry is often regarded as one of the friendliest in football.

However, relations with United's northwest neighbors remain fierce.

Liverpool and United started with victories over Norwich and Chelsea in the new Premier League season.

For the first time, they will meet in Anfield on October 18 this October on the return leg on January 18th.

The current United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already stoked the flames in February when he tripped Liverpool fans about their title aspirations.

"I have a lot of Liverpool fans at home, and every year it's their year," said Solskjaer. "It must be until October and it's: & # 39; Ok, next year. & # 39;

"Now they are in the race and it will be an exciting end to the league.

"It's none of our business, we just have to focus on ourselves."

Next, Liverpool face Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup, while United and Everton face Wolves and Watford in the Premier League.

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