40-year-old Liverpool legend, Steven Gerrard once tore his penis during a match so badly that it left the doctor who treated him shocked.
During a FA Cup game against Bournemouth, Gerrard needed stitches after he tore his manhood during the game.
The team doctor at that time, Andrew Massey, was left traumatized as he had to stitch Captain Steve’s manhood back together.
Andy – promoted to the post of Fifa’s head doc in March – said:
“Stevie came over to me at the end of the match and said, ‘Doc, you are going to have to have a look at this’.
“I looked down and saw blood everywhere and thought, ‘Wow, that must be really sore’.
“I was trying to think back to my medical training and nowhere in my training does it teach you how to stitch a penis.
“I thought, ‘I don’t want the first penis I’ve stitched to be Steven Gerrard’s but it was’.”
Gerrard recalled how he damaged his tackle during the 2-0 win over Bournemouth in 2014.
“The magic of the FA Cup was bloodied on the day my penis was cut and then stitched shut,” Gerrard wrote in his memoir.
“The only surprise that Saturday was an eye-watering laceration to my private parts.
“I pulled my shorts a couple of inches away from my waist and managed a sneaky check. My underpants were bloodied.
“My mind was racing, I was concerned that something serious had happened.
“I discreetly pulled back my underpants as well as my shorts for a longer look.
“I ran over to the touchline, straight to Brendan [Rodgers]. I also called over to Chris Morgan and Andy Massey.
“I said to Brendan, ‘Look, I’ve got a problem here…’ I nodded down to my privates. ‘There’s a big gash … it’s bleeding,’ I said.
“Chris acted quickly. He called a few of the backroom team over and they formed a little huddle so no one else could see what we were doing as I opened up my shorts.
“Brendan peered down, grimaced and shook his head.”