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Liverpool’s managerial search: The impact of Michael Edwards’ departure

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Liverpool FC are currently facing a pivotal moment in their history as they seek to appoint a new manager for the first time in nearly a decade. However, the absence of a Sporting Director has complicated the search for the right candidate. Former sporting director Michael Edwards was approached by Liverpool to return and assist in the search for a new manager.

He played a crucial role in assembling the team that won both the Champions League and Premier League under Klopp. Unfortunately, Edwards declined the offer, leaving the club without his expertise and insight.

Edwards identified two potential managers for Liverpool

During his tenure at Liverpool, Edwards had identified two managers who he believed could excel in the role. They were Roberto De Zerbi and Ange Postecoglou. Edwards recognized their potential through meticulous analysis of their coaching methods, training sessions, and ability to handle adversity.

Both De Zerbi and Postecoglou have since established themselves as top managers in the Premier League. However, it was Edwards who first recognized their talent and potential. His absence from the current managerial search is a significant loss for Liverpool. The expertise and knowledge of Edwards could have been invaluable in identifying the right candidate.

Liverpool’s search for a new manager is further complicated by the absence of a Sporting Director. Without someone to oversee the recruitment process and provide strategic guidance, the club faces a challenging task in finding the right person to lead the team.

While Liverpool’s search for a new manager continues, the absence of Michael Edwards and a Sporting Director highlights the importance of having the right people in key positions within the club. Liverpool are currently navigating through a crucial period. Therefore, it will be essential to find individuals who can provide the necessary expertise and leadership to guide Liverpool back to success.

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