COVENTRY, ENGLAND - Saturday, April 6, 1996: Liverpool's coach Ronnie Moran against Coventry City during the Premiership match at Highfield Road. Coventry won 1-0. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

“A true footballing man” – Liverpool players and supporters pay tribute to Ronnie Moran

Tributes have flooded in for Liverpool legend Ronnie Moran, after he passed away following a short battle with illness on Wednesday, aged 83.

Moran served Liverpool Football Club for 49 years, beginning as a player and retiring as a coach in 1998, as the Reds’ longest-serving employee.

He became known as Mr Liverpool, and is undeniably one of the club’s most legendary figures, having served under the likes of Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Kenny Dalglish.

Bugsy’s son, Paul, confirmed his passing away on Sunday morning, with his family “devastated”:

And on the news of Moran’s death, players, journalists and supporters all paid tribute to Mr Liverpool:

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