Former Liverpool boss Gerard Houllier says he hasn’t ruled out the possibility of managing in the Premier League again.
Houllier left Anfield amicably in the summer of 2004, with Spaniard Rafa Benitez succeeding him. In his time on Merseyside, he turned a team going backwards under Roy Evans into one that enjoyed success ‘“ largely in the Cup competitions.
He won the UEFA Cup, FA Cup, League Cup, Charity Shield and European Super Cup whilst in the Anfield hot seat, and has recently told Setanta that he might want to do it all again with another English club.
‘œIn football there are two words that you should never use: never and always,’ said the Frenchman.
Houllier has been linked with taking up the Newcastle Utd manager job on a full-time basis. However, their former striker Alan Shearer has taken control until the end of the season in hope of saving the Geordies from relegation.
Houllier was among a host of former managers and players who were on Merseyside on Wednesday for the service for club secretary Bryce Morrison who sadly passed away last week.