Former Liverpool FC midfielder Gary McAllister could be offered a role on Brendan Rodgers coaching staff, according to reports on Wednesday night and Liverpool fans are delighted with the fan favorite potentially joining the club, again. Brendan Rodgers agreed to the dismissal of his long-serving assistant Colin Pascoe and first-team coach Mike Marsh during an end-of-season performance review with Liverpool FC owners, replacing them with U-16 coach Pepijn Ljinders and England U-19 coach Sean O’Driscoll. It was reported earlier that the manager is looking to add another coach to the Reds backroom staff, mostly an ex-player. And yesterday, reports emerged that Liverpool FC were in talks with club legend Gary McAllister over the role. The former midfielder, who was instrumental in Liverpool’s treble winning season of 2001, and who won the league with Eric Cantona and Leeds, also who is credited by Steven Gerrard himself of giving him invaluable mental tips that helped him improve as a player could prove to […]