Anfield hero will miss crucial games after surgery on his groin.
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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will miss the next four weeks of the season after undergoing surgery on his long-term groin injury.
Gerrard did not make the trip to Portugal for the Europa League defeat to Braga and will miss more games as manager Kenny Dalglish looks to secure European football next season.
The 30-year-old will now miss the second leg of the Braga match, as well as Premier League fixtures with Sunderland and West Brom.
He will also not play in England’s Euro 2012 qualifier with Wales and the friendly with Ghana.
But the Kop idol will be aiming to make a comeback in the home game with Manchester City.
“LFC can today confirm that Steven Gerrard has undergone successful surgery on his groin and will be out for up to four weeks,” read a club statement.
“The decision was made following consultation with a specialist.”