George Kay resigns as Liverpool manager


January 31, 1951
Liverpool, like Newcastle United and Bolton Wanderers, are now without a manager. Yesterday, Mr. George Kay, the Liverpool chief, resigned the managership because of ill health. He has been at Anfield for fifteen years.

The Liverpool club intend advertising for a new manager, and until Mr. Kay’s successor is appointed Mr. John Charles Rouse, the club secretary, will act as manager.
(Source: Daily Mirror: February 2, 1951)

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