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Manager History George Patterson

George Patterson

George Patterson was club secretary under Tom Watson and Matt McQueen before his promotion to manager in 1928.

In his time in charge Patterson brought Matt Busby, Phil Taylor and Arthur Riley to the club.

Liverpool failed to win anything under his management and he eventually retired in 1936 because of the pressure and stress associated with the job, and returned to his former position of club secretary.

Patterson died in 1955.

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