A special Steven Gerrard documentary film is set to be released in cinemas and on Amazon Prime later this month.
“Make us Dream” is a special look at the footballing career of Liverpool legend Gerrard. The film comes from James Gay-Rees, the maker of previous documentaries Senna and Amy, about Brazilian F1 legend Marcos Senna and Amy Winehouse respectively.
Fans of Stevie G will get the chance to see the film later this month. The documentary will be available by satellite broadcast in cinemas across the UK on November 15th and released on Amazon Prime thereafter.
In the film, now Rangers manager Gerrard speaks about the struggles he experienced as a Liverpool player. And the determination he had to show to overcome them. Gerrard has also visibly carried this determination through to management.
The producers said, “after experiencing Gerrard’s story through his own eyes, you’ll never think about elite football in the same way again,”.
It looks like a great watch.
If Rangers fans want to watch it in the Cinema, they may have to travel to the Odeon in Dunfermline. At present the Cineworld or the IMAX in Glasgow have not got the film listed on the 15th.
Let’s hope he can emulate playing career in management
Steven Gerrard had an illustrious playing career. He won almost everything, and famously gave the team talk in Instanbul which inspired one of the greatest comebacks of all time in a European final.
He’s a footballing legend.
At Rangers, he’s just starting out on his managerial journey. At present, he’s going through his bumpiest patch to date but he is overwhelmingly backed by the Rangers faithful.
Gerrard is a winner, a motivator and most importantly, a mighty fine footballer. The game isn’t just what he’s good at, it’s also his entire life. What’s more he cherishes and understands what it means to be manager here.
If Rangers stick by him and the fans get behind him, this man can deliver for Rangers Football Club.
And if he does manage 55 during his tenure, there may well be a Steven Gerrard documentary film about his managerial career to come.