Steven Gerrard took a decision, which to a lot of critics seems irrational. Starting Champions League, Steve G will become the main pundit for BT Sports in covering Champion League games.
What seems even more illogical, is the fact that the period when BT Sports will cover CL, clashes with that of the MLS season. The former Liverpool midfielder will have to fly back and forth from Los Angeles to starr in the BT Broadcast during Champions League.
At BT Sports, Steven Gerrard will join big names and former players, such as his former teammate Michael Owen, Rio Ferdinand, Glenn Hoddle and Harry Redknapp, and Gary Lineker.
Steven Gerrard to be transatlantic TV pundit http://t.co/Uo7Kta1jJg
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) August 4, 2015
BT sports has paid a good £897m to Champions League and Europa league for the possession of the exclusive rights in covering the games.
The former Liverpool captain joined Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy this summer after his contract expiry with the Reds and is expected to play a key role for Galaxy to retain their Major League Soccer title.
Although, it would be a great asset for BT Sport to sign the former Champios League winner and the popularity of the legend will be a great boost for the media.
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