6) Roy Evans (1994-98, one trophy)
Liverpool were in free-fall under Souness and Evans did an excellent job of righting a lot of the wrongs of his predecessor’s spell in charge of the club, at least initially. He gathered an impressive nucleus of young players around him, a group that were regularly referred to as the ‘Spice Boys’. He also won the League Cup for us in 1995.
5) Gerard Houllier (1998-04, six trophies)
The Frenchman continued the rebuilding process, selling many of our established names and bringing in the likes of Sami Hyypia, Vladimir Smicer and Emile Heskey. He put more faith in our young players and was rewarded in 2001 when he guided us to the treble. He won the Super Cup and the Community Shield the following season and also won the League Cup for a second time in 2003. However, he failed to inspire consistency in the league.
4) Joe Fagan (1983-85, three trophies)
Fagan won an unprecedented treble during his first season in charge – capturing our fourth European title, as well as the League Championship and the FA Cup. He was also voted Manager of the Year. Unfortunately, his second year was less successful, as the Reds lost the league to Everton and the European Cup final to Juventus. He retired following the Heysel Stadium disaster, which saw all English sides banned from Europe for five years.