Our assistant manager Colin Pascoe is set to leave the club imminently, with Sky Sports reporting the news on their official Twitter account.
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Pascoe arrived with Brendan Rodgers following his switch from Swansea City, and has been at the club since 2012. He is on his way out of Anfield now however, with the owners seemingly planning an overhaul of the backroom staff.
BREAKING: Sky Sources: Liverpool assistant manager Colin Pascoe to leave club. #SSNHQ
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) June 5, 2015
The clearout has already begun, and Pascoe isn’t the first name out the door. First team coach Mike Marsh has already headed for the exit (as we reported earlier here), and it’s unclear whether there will be more to come.
This all comes following Brendan Rodgers’ chat with Tom Werner and the Fenway Sports Group, with changes aplenty likely. The Northern Irishman’s job is safe for now (via The Independent), but there are big plans for improvement within a number of areas of the club.
These improvements are drastically needed, as we deserve to be back in the Champions League and competing against Europe’s elite. It was a somewhat disappointing season, and we are capable of much, much more in 2015/16.