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Sad news; Former Liverpool manager dies aged 73.

Gerald Houllier one of the former Liverpool manager tragically died this morning, Monday, 14/12/2020. He died at the age of 73 years old. He's being described as the warmest, smartest and loveliest people in the football scene.His clubs included Paris Saint-Germain,Les and Liverpool with whom he won the FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup, and UEFA Super Cup in 2001. He then guided Olympique Lyonnais to two French titles, before announcing his resignation on 25 May 2007. He became manager of Aston Villa in September 2010. 

In June 2011, he stepped down from club coaching, leaving his managerial role at Aston Villa, following frequent hospitalisation over heart problems.

Since July 2012, Houllier has been head of global football for Red Bull. He was responsible for Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg, Germany's RB Leipzig and American club New York Red Bulls,as well as the now dissolved Red Bull Brazil and Red Bull Ghana academies. He became the technical director of women's football clubs Olympique Lyonnais Feminine and OL Reign in November 2020.

May his soul rest in peace.

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