Brendan Rodgers has been busy adding to his playing ranks with nine new signings this summer.
And now he is reshuffling his backroom staff in order to get the best out of his new-look Liverpool squad.
The Reds have confirmed the appointment of Sean O’Driscoll as their new assistant manager.
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He leaves his post as England Under-19s boss to replace Colin Pascoe, who was Rodgers’s number two at Swansea City and followed him to Anfield in 2012 but was sacked along with Mike Marsh last month.
Academy coach Pep Lijnders joins Liverpool’s first-team staff, and another new coach is expected to arrive as Rodgers looks to take the club “in a new technical direction”.
He is quoted by BBC Sport as saying: “I have made these appointments because I want to take us in a new technical direction, in terms of coaching.
“I believe the entire first-team set-up will benefit and I am extremely positive and excited about what we can achieve, as a group, going forward.
“My admiration for Sean, as a professional, is well documented. He is someone with a clear vision and philosophy and has proved he has the ability to transfer that knowledge, through his coaching, to the players.”
O’Driscoll, 58, has previously managed Bournemouth, Doncaster Rovers, Crawley Town, Nottingham Forest and Bristol City, but this is his first job in the Premier League.