Tag: manager

Ronald Moran (Ronnie Moran) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Ronnie Moran on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Ronnie Moran: Born: February 28, 1934: Liverpool (Lancashire), England. Passed away: March 22, 2017: Liverpool (Lancashire), England. Position: Left back. Height: 177 cm. (5ft. 9½in.); Weight: 77 kilos (13st. 2lb.). Career: Crosby School. Liverpool: Signed: January 7, 1952 (signed as […]

Christian Ziege @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Christian Ziege on PlayUpLiverpool. About Christian Ziege: Born: February 1 – 1972, in Berlin, in Germany. Position: Left full-back. Height: Weight: Career: FC Sudstern 08 Berlin, 1978 – 1981. TSW Rudow Berlin, 1981 – 1985. FC Hertha 03 Zehlendorf, 1985 – 1990. Bayern Munchen, 1990. […]

Brendan Rodgers and his mentor

Wednesday, December 3 – 2008 Brendan Rodgers will stand on the touchline tonight, dressed sharply in a suit and long grey coat. He will feel the impact of every incident, stand up for every one of his players and use his tactical nous to try to send Carling […]

Brendan Rodgers for Watford

Monday, November 24 – 2008 New Watford manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted the experience of Frank Lampard snr will be crucial to his start to club management. Watford yesterday handed 35-year-old Rodgers his first chance when they named the Chelsea reserve team coach as their new manager. Rodgers […]

Obituary: Bert Slater

Wednesday, July 26 – 2006 Bert Slater Goalkeeper with Falkirk, Liverpool, Dundee and Watford Born: 5 May 1936 in Musselburgh. Died: 21 July 2006 in Brechin, aged 70. Although he won the Scottish Cup with Falkirk and a Second Division championship medal with Liverpool, it is his endeavours […]

Gerrard fears mar Rafa’s big day

Wednesday, June 16 – 2004 Rafael Benitez was last night facing his first major crisis as new Liverpool manager as fears grew that Steven Gerrard could be about to walk away from Anfield. The ink was still drying on Benitez’s five year contract when Reds chief executive Rick […]

Villa look to James

Tuesday, April 27 – 1999 Aston Villa head a queue of clubs ready to offer £2 million-rated David James a chance to re-launch his career. The Liverpool keeper’s fear he will be one of a number of departures from Anfield was confirmed at the weekend when he was […]

Gerard Houllier to wait over new signings

Thursday, December 17 – 1998 Liverpool boss Gerard Houllier will delay his decision on signing either Alexander Golovko or Rigobert Song until the end of the week. Ukraine star Golovko and Cameroon international Song impressed in a trial game yesterday. “Everything went very satisfactorily,” said Houllier. “We will […]

Uncle Bob won it all

Wednesday, February 14 – 1996 Bob Paisley, English football’s reluctant genius, died yesterday bequeathing our national game a record that will never be surpassed. The man whose penchant for woollen cardigans gave him the appearance of a favourite uncle rather than the Liverpool manager who terrorised Europe, was […]

£2,3m Nigel seals Kop dream move

Tuesday, July 20 – 1993 Nigel Clough was yesterday valued at £2,275 million for the “perfect move” to Liverpool he hopes will secure his England future. His old club Nottingham Forest and Graeme Souness at Liverpool were happy with the compromise transfer fee decided by a tribunal. Forest […]

Ray Houghton chase

Wednesday, July 22 – 1992 Chelsea and Aston Villa were last night locked in battle for the £900,000 signature of Liverpool midfielder Ray Houghton. He will fly home today from Liverpool’s Italian training camp to talk to both clubs, and his move could make way for Trevor Steven […]

Moores wins seat of power at Liverpool

Thursday, August 29 – 1991 David Moores, nephew of former “Mr Everton” Sir John Moores, last night became new chairman of arch-rivals Liverpool in a shock Anfield power coup. Moores, a 46 year-old rock music fan and lifelong Liverpool supporter, moved in to end Noel White’s short tenure […]

Kenny’s tears of pain

Friday, February 22 – 1991 Kenny Dalglish fought back tears yesterday as he left his Merseyside kingdom. Ten days before his 40th birthday the player who won almost every honour in the game with Celtic and Liverpool before transferring his genius to the manager’s desk, told a stunned, […]

Liverpool trail Matt

Friday, May 11 – 1990 Liverpool have earmarked Southampton’s Matthew Le Tissier as the man they want to replace “Footballer of the Year” John Barnes. Le Tissier, the 21-year-old Channel Islander, has been receiving the closest scrutiny this season from Anfield’s army of men in the field. Those […]

New Anfield chief in pledge to Kop

Wednesday, May 9 – 1990 Liverpool’s new chairman Noel White began his Anfield reign last night vowing to the Kop: “I’ll fight to keep John Barnes here. He is the hottest property in world football – and we will give full consideration to whatever demands he wishes.” The […]

Liverpool v Chelsea 4-1 (League match)

Saturday, April 21 – 1990 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Chelsea 4-1 (2-0). Attendance: 38,431. Referee: Mr. R.G. Milford. Liverpool: Bruce Grobbelaar, Glenn Hysen, David Burrows, Steve Nicol, Gary Gillespie (Sub. Gary Ablett, 81 min.), Alan Hansen, Jan Mølby, Ronny Rosenthal, Ian […]

Doc take a swipe at Liverpool

Monday, July 31 – 1989 Millwall boss John Docherty took an angry swipe at Liverpool yesterday – after making a club record £500,000 bid for Tottenham midfielder Paul Allen. Spurs chief Terry Venables turned down the first approach but Docherty is determined to capture 26 year old Allen […]

Wolves in for Ian Ross?

Saturday, July 20 – 1985 Former Liverpool and Villa defender Ian Ross, now coaching Icelandic club Valur, could become Wolves’ new manager, having been with the club when they won the old League Cup in 1980. (Daily Express, 20-07-1985)