Drury Takes Charge Of Liverpool
Liam Drury moves up from coaching the youngsters to world-class stars
- Following Jurgen Klopp's departure, Liam Drury takes the Anfield reigns
- Liverpool are expected to adapt to Drury's philosophy of playing the youngster
- Drury made 15 appearances for England during his short career
Following the shock departure of charismatic German manager Jurgen Klopp this summer, academy coach Liam Drury has overcome the interview process to take charge of the famous English club. With 18 domestic league titles to their name, Liverpool will certainly be looking to return to the good times under their new up and coming manager, looking to restore Liverpool's pride within the top four.
Liverpool have struggled during recent times, failing to qualify for the Champions League and seeing their best players depart the club for pastures new. With a promising academy, Drury will look to use all his knowledge of the youth setup to set the Reds up for the future.
"Liverpool are s special club and I'm looking forward to beginning my project here" new manager Liam Drury stated, facing the full glare of the media. "I want to play the promising young players, to give them game-time and make sure that they reach their potential. We have a very able first-team squad, and I see a European finish as a realistic target for my first season".
When asked about the decision to appoint Drury as manager, chairman Tom Werner stated "Liam impressed us with the philosophy that he outlined to us. A young first-team squad, with the right blend of experience, appealed to us and I can see him being a success here at Anfield".