Author: Williams, John
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing Company
Year Published: 2001
Condition Rating: Slight wear, may have creased spine, folded pages, good-condition ownership stickers
Summary: After a decade in football wilderness and weighed down by the legacy of unmatched domestic and European successes in the 1970s and 1980s, Liverpool Football Club, under new French coach Gerard Houllier, and influential and forward looking Chief Executive, Rick Parry, face up to the huge challenge of building a new team and a successful modern club at Anfield fit for the 21st century. But change is never easy and a rough ride lies ahead. At once controversial and bloody-minded Houllier's policies are proving contentious: changing the dressing room culture which has been central to the club's earlier successes; his policy of player rotation, to name but two, so how does this new coaching guru, with a strong personal attachment to both the city and the club, see the future of the game and Liverpool's place in it? And do the fans of the club, its lifeblood, share Houllier's vision of a borderless international football squad and a more pragmatic, a less flamboyant, approach to playing the modern game?
In Store Location: Bookcase 41 - Sports,