Liverpool are set to announce the appointment of Sean O'Driscoll as their new assistant manager on Monday.
O'Driscoll is ready to take up his new role at Anfield after negotiating with the Football Association to leave his role as England Under-19 coach, sources have told ESPN FC.
He will replace Colin Pascoe, who was sacked on June 6 following an end-of-season review by Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool's Boston-based owners.
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The appointment suggests that, despite the departures of both Pascoe and...