Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Aaron Callaghan (footballer born 1987), Alan Blayney, Albert Watson (footballer born 1985), Alex Weir (footballer), Allan Jenkins (footballer), Ally Mauchlen, Andrew Haddow, Andy Smith (footballer born 1980), Arthur Phoenix, Arthur Stewart (footballer), Billy McAvoy, Billy McCandless, Billy McMillan, Billy Wilson (footballer born 1936), Blair Scoullar, Brendan Rodgers, Danny Crainie, Darren Fitzgerald, Darren Lockhart, Davitt Walsh, Dean Pooley, Dermot O'Neill (footballer), Dudley Milligan, Eric Treverrow, Gary McCutcheon, George Dunlop (footballer), Ger Rowe, Gordon Simms, Hugh Barr, Hugh Ferguson (footballer), Jamie Marks, Jeff Hughes (footballer), Jimmy D'Arcy, Jim Clunie, Jim Hagan, Jim Platt, Joe Cassidy (footballer born 1896), Johnny Flynn (footballer), John Egan (Scottish footballer), John Neilson (footballer), John Smyth (footballer), Jonathan Speak, Kenny Shiels, Kevin Kelbie, Kit Lawlor, Mark McWalter, Michael Smith (footballer born 1988), Neil McCafferty, Neil Teggart, Nigel Jemson, Nigel Worthington, Paul Beesley, Paul McAreavey, Paul McGee (footballer born 1954), Peter Barnes (footballer), Phil Charnock, Rory Hamill, Roy Coyle, Roy Torrens, Sean O'Neill (footballer), Steve Cowan, Steve Penney (footballer), Ted Hinton (footballer), Thomas Mooney (footballer), Tim Dalton, Tom Sloan (footballer born 1959), Tony Kane. Excerpt: Brendan Rodgers (born 26 January 1973) is a Northern Irish former footballer who is the current manager of Premier League club Liverpool. Rodgers began his career as a defender at Ballymena United, where he stayed until he was signed by Reading at the age of 18, although injury forced him to retire at the age of 20. He remained at Reading as a coach before being invited by José Mourinho to join Chelsea as their youth team manager in 2004. He was then promoted to reserve team manager in 2006. In 2008 he was appointed manager of Watford, where he remained until accepting an offer to become manager of his former club Reading in 2009. He left the club by mutual consent after a series of disappointing results six months later, later returning to full-time management with Swansea City in 2010. He led the club to win promotion to the Premier League, the first Welsh team ever to do so, before guiding them to finish 11th in their début Premier League season. On 1 June 2012, Rodgers accepted an offer to become the new manager of Liverpool. Rodgers was born in Carnlough, Northern Ireland, to parents Malachy and Christina, the eldest of five brothers. He was educated at St Patrick's College in Ballymena, playing Gaelic football and hurling before taking up football when he was 13. He grew up as a supporter of Celtic. As a player, Rodgers began his career in Northern Ireland as a defender for Ballymena United. He was signed by Reading at the age of 17, where he played in the reserves. His playing career was cut short at the age of 20 due to a genetic knee condition. Following this enforced retirement, Rodgers briefly played in non-league football for Newport (IOW), Witney Town and Newbury Town, whilst remaining a youth coach at Reading. Rodgers moved around Europe studying different coaching methods, and was eventually invited by manager José Mourinho to join the Chelsea Academy as the head youth coach in 2004. He was promoted to reserve team manager two years later, and was kep
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