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McAllister managed Coventry City and Leeds United before spells on the backroom staff at Middlesbrough and Aston Villa.
I think you need to have a complete backroom change.
Kit manager Ian Lanning is among the longestserving men in the backroom team, having been originally appointed by Alan Cork during 2001.
Along with Kevin (Bond) and Joe (Jordan) I've got a brilliant backroom team and their input is going to be so important for me this season.
The board, my coaching staff, backroom team, players and our magnificent supporters - they all play a crucial role and I thank every one of them.
Mr Crompton was responding to claims made by the West Yorkshire Police Federation that officers were having to "fill the gaps" left by the departure of so many backroom staff.
Presumably the backroom staff went on to assure O'Neill that Wes Brown is a rock-solid defender, the sun always shines in Sunderland and that the colour of his tie really complements his eyes.
A statement on the Liverpool website said: "The cub will continue to analyse the requirements of their backroom team and will make further announcements in due course.
Shearer had lined up his backroom staff ahead of the move until he got cold feet and turned down a return to the hot seat.
Clarke, who played over 500 senior games for St Mirren and Chelsea, is the first addition to new manager Kenny Dalglish's backroom staff following the departure of Roy Hodgson on Saturday.
gave to me, six digital billboards, five backroom deals
Crosby has wasted no time in trying to find work after being cut from the Boro backroom staff.