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Joe Fagan
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Personal information
Date of Birth

12 March 1921

Place of Birth

Liverpool, England

Managerial statistics
Years managed

1983-1985

Total games

122

Wins

65

Draws

34

Losses

23

Joe Fagan (born 12 March 1921 – died 30 June 2001) was an English football manager who managed Liverpool from 1983-1985.

Liverpool careerEdit

After being assistant manager to Bob Paisley during his managerial tenure, Fagan himself took over the reigns on 1 July 1983. Fagan was an instant success managing Liverpool to the treble of the League Championship, the European Cup and the League Cup in the 1983-84 season. Just before the Heysel Stadium disaster on 29 May 1985, Fagan announced that he would be standing down, and would be replaced by Kenny Dalglish.

HonoursEdit

  • League Championship (1): 1984
  • European Cup (1): 1984
  • League Cup (1): 1984

StatsEdit

Competition Total Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against
League 84 44 25 15 141 67
FA Cup 9 5 2 2 23 7
League Cup 16 8 7 1 27 9
Europe 19 13 3 3 34 10
Other 3 0 0 3 0 4
Total 131 70 37 24 225 97

See alsoEdit


Liverpool F.C. – managers
McKenna and Barclay (t) (1892–96) • Watson (t) (1896–1915) • Ashworth (t) (1919–23) • McQueen (t) (1923–28) • Patterson (t) (1928–36) • Kay (t) (1936–51) • Welsh (t) (1951–56) • Taylor (t) (1956–59) • Shankly (t) (1959–74) • Paisley (t) (1974–83) • Fagan (t) (1983–85) • Dalglish (t) (1985–91) • Moran (1991) (c) • Souness (t) (1991–94) • Evans (t) (1994–98) • Evans and Houllier (t) (1998) • Houllier (t) (1998–2004) • Benitez (t) (2004–10) • Hodgson (t) (2010–11) • Dalglish (t) (2011–12) • Rodgers (t) (2012-15) • Klopp (t) (2015-)

(c) - caretaker manager, (t) - transfers made by manager

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