Brendan Rodgers was unveiled as the new manager of Liverpool FC on Friday morning.
Brendan Rodgers has been officially unveiled as the new manager of Liverpool FC.
Liverpool Football Club’s immediate future will be revealed today as the club unveil not only new manager Brendan Rodgers to the world’s media, but a new kit, and news on redeveloping Anfield.
Brendan Rodgers has given his first interview since agreeing to become Liverpool FC manager.
Brendan Rodgers will bring with him three members of his coaching team at Swansea when he is confirmed as the new Liverpool manager.
The imminent appointment of Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager has been met with a lot of support from the Reds faithful, but also a few puzzled expressions and outbursts of discontent.
Former Liverpool captain John Barnes says new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers must be given time and patience by the Kop in order to bring success back to Anfield.
Swansea City skipper Garry Monk has expressed his disappointment in losing manager Brendan Rodgers to Liverpool.
Brendan Rodgers will be officially confirmed as the new manager of Liverpool Football Club in the next 24 hours.
We continue our look at the candidates for the LFC job, with Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers still a frontrunner despite earlier running himself out the running for the vacancy.
Liverpool have turned down Steve Clarke’s resignation, and appointed Jen Chang as head of communications, while Brendan Rodgers has turned down an approach.
Liverpool may be speaking to up to 12 candidates for the vacant manager’s position at Anfield according to reports today, with Wigan’s Roberto Martinez, former England boss Fabio Capello and ex-Barcelona star Pep Guardiola amongst the targets.
Intermediaries acting on behalf of Liverpool for Fenway Sports Group have made approaches to Roberto Martinez, Andre Villas-Boas and former Reds boss Rafa Benitez, according to reports. All three could potentially be interviewed next week.
So who is worthy of filling the boots of Kenny Dalglish, arguably Liverpool’s most adored player of all time and manager on two occasions? We take a look at the top five candidates for the Anfield hot seat…