Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Bob Paisley

Bob Paisley is the most successful manager in English football history, lifting 19 trophies in nine seasons at Anfield and being awarded the OBE...

Phil Taylor

Phil Taylor was the only Liverpool boss not to manage the side in the first division. He signed for Liverpool as a player from...

Don Welsh

Don Welsh replaced George Kay as Liverpool manager in 1951 after a spell as a player during the 1939/40 season. In 1954 Welsh became...

George Kay

George Kay started his playing career with Bolton Wanderers in 1910 and was later a member of the West Ham side in the famous...

George Patterson

George Patterson was club secretary under Tom Watson and Matt McQueen before his promotion to manager in 1928. In his time in charge Patterson...

Matt McQueen

When David Ashworth resigned in 1922 after two title wins Matt McQueen was promoted to manager. He had played for the club in the...

David Ashworth

David Ashworth, a former referee, succeeded Tom Watson as manager of Liverpool Football Club in 1920. The following season he led them to their...

Tom Watson

Brought in from Sunderland by John McKenna as assistant secretary, Tom Watson took over managerial affairs from 1896. Watson was responsible for bringing Alex...

John McKenna

Liverpool's first manager was always a regular visitor to Anfield, clearly identified by his bowler hat, velvet-collared overcoat and pointed moustache. He was a...

Bill Shankly OBE

Bill Shankly was born in the Ayreshire mining village of Glenbuck in Scotland. He became a professional footballer with Carlisle United, before moving to...