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Jurgen Klopp

The German earned his status as one of the best in Europe after guiding former club Borussia Dortmund to back-to-back Bundesliga wins in 2011...

Brendan Rodgers

Former Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers was appointed Liverpool manager on 1st June 2012, two weeks after the controversial sacking of Kenny Dalglish. The fans,...

Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson was appointed Liverpool manager on 1st July, 2010 following the departure of Rafael Benitez. After leading Fulham to the Europa League final, following...

Rafael Benitez

Rafael Benitez joined Liverpool in the summer of 2004, replacing Gerard Houllier and becoming the first Spaniard to manage in the Premier League. Benitez had...

Phil Thompson

Former defender Phil Thompson was appointed caretaker manager for half a season in 2001/02 and therefore deserves a place in our archive. Phil Thompson's successful...

Gerard Houllier

Appointed Joint Team Manager with Roy Evans in July 1998, Liverpool struggled and the media criticised the unusual arrangement until in November 1998, after...

Roy Evans

Roy Evans' career started as a left-back for Liverpool in 1969 but, following Bill Shankly's resignation in 1974, he was asked to become a...

Graeme Souness

Graeme Souness made his debut in 1978 after Bob Paisley signed him from Middlesbrough for £352,000. Souness was the central pillar in Liverpool's midfield...

Ronnie Moran

Ronnie Moran started his career as a defender for Liverpool and retired in 1969, joining Bill Shankly's coaching staff. Working under Shankly, Bob Paisley...

Kenny Dalglish

King Kenny arrived at Anfield from Celtic in 1978 and, after seven successful years as a player, was appointed as successor to manager Joe...

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