Steve Clarke leaves Liverpool FC

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Steve Clarke has officially left Liverpool FC, the League Manager’s Association confirmed on Wednesday.

The Scotsman had reportedly offered his resignation following the sacking of manager Kenny Dalglish last month, which the club turned down down at the time.

Now after the appointment of Brendan Rodgers at Anfield, Clarke has left the club after 18 months on Merseyside.

Clarke, 48, has been linked with the vacant manager’s position at West Bromich Albion.

Rodgers’ assistant at Swansea, Colin Pascoe, is expected to replace Clarke as Liverpool’s assistant manager.

Rodgers also brings with him performance analyst Chris Davies and head of sports science and medicine Glen Driscoll as part of the compensation package between the two clubs.

Clarke joined Liverpool immediately following Dalglish’s appointment on an interim basis in January 2011.

First team coach Kevin Keen, who arrived last summer, has also left Liverpool.

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