Players and coaches saying farewell to the club is a sad time but it is also an exciting time given the future that lies ahead for them.
Liverpool’s U23s boss Michael Beale qualifies as one of those that deserves all the thanks and appreciation that he gets after doing such a great job with this club’s young stars.
Following last night’s 1-1 draw with West Brom, it was announced that Beale would be leaving his role at the club having agreed to become the assistant manager at Brazilian club Sao Paulo.
He quickly took to Instagram to show his appreciation for the people of Liverpool.
Wow – What an amazing four and a half years with Liverpool. It has been the best time of my life. The people of the city are the kindest, most warm hearted people I’ve have ever known. The job has been a dream come true and the club is everything I hoped it would be. I have been treated so well by all the staff, players and supporters. For this, all I can say is a huge thank you. My two children are born and raised in this wonderful city and are both big Liverpool fans. We will be keeping Liverpool as our “home”. Thanks again to everyone that has given me messages of support. See you after! —————————————— Uma mensagem pros fãs do São Paulo. Obrigado pelas mensagens e grande apoio do SPFC. Janeiro de 2017, serei um de vocês e estaremos lutando juntos pro São Paulo FC. Mandem pro Rogerio e pros jogadores o vosso apoio e trabalharemos a 110% para fazer vocês felizes. Obrigado
Beale has been crucial to helping develop many players across Liverpool’s youth system having overseen the U15 and U16 sides upon his arrival in 2012 before eventually moving up to the U23s in the summer of 2014.
This year has seen him coach plenty of future Reds stars such as Ben Woodburn, Ovie Ejaria, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kevin Stewart- all of which have made first team appearances this season.
He has been vital in helping to shape a talented group of young players and we only wish him the very best.
Best of luck for the future.