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After a disappointing season, Kenny Dalglish has left Liverpool. Now Liverpool find themselves on a crossroad, and FSG need to choose very wisely who they want as next Liverpool manager. 

Here are my top 3 choices who I think would be best for Liverpool:

1. Didier Deschamps

Taken from Club Valencia CF

The current Marseille manager is my first choice for Liverpool manager. He is young, proven at the top and has a wealth of European experience. He lead Monaco to the Champions League finals, only to lose to Mourinho’s Porto. 

After leading Juventus back to Serie A, he took over at Marseille, winning the Ligue 1 title in his first season, and finishing runner-up in his second. 

This season has been bad for OM, but he is still undoubtedly a great manager.

2. Andre Villas-Boas

Taken from the Guardian

Many people judge him by his failure at Chelsea. But he is only 34, and has already won the Europa League, Liga Sagres and Portugese Cup with Porto, and gone the whole season without a defeat in the league. 

He prefers the 4-3-3 formation, with fast and attacking football. That is the style of football every Liverpool fan would want to see at Anfield. 

He would be the perfect long-term solution, but should be given money and time to succeed.

3. Frank De Boer

Taken from Bettor

The Ajax manager has won Europe over with the great style of football Ajax are playing under him, and his great success with the Dutch giants. 

He is tactically very good, a good motivator, and has achieved good success so far and is very young. May be hard to tempt from Ajax, but he would bring a style of football Anfield has never seen so far, influenced by both van Gaal and Cruyff.

These 3 are all young but have achieved success so far in their short managerial careers. All three would need money and time, but would be great choices if they get the job.

Honourable mentions: Frank Rijkaard, Rafa Benitez, and Paul Lambert.

Written by Ivan Stanic
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