Liverpool’s coaching staff member left the club for Morocco eight years later

Harrison Kingston has resigned as head of Liverpool in post-match analysis to join the Moroccan Football Federation.

Kingston was in the role of Red for more than eight years before joining Burnley in August 2012.

As published on the Training Ground Guru website, the title of his work with Morocco will be Director of Performance Analysis and Framework.

Kingston first worked with post-match analyst Mark Leyland, who followed him from Burnley in 2013, to create video clips using J জুrgen Klopp with his players.

Klopp and his coaching staff regularly discussed the importance of analysis, both before and after the match.

And explaining his role in 2018, Kingston said: “We are part of the decision-making process. Our job is to provide the coaching staff with the final decision, both from a team perspective and individually – to provide adequate support, support and evidence.

“There are many times where we’ll work countless hours – and that’s part of our job and we accept it – to turn a video clip or sometimes it may not even appear.

Thiago Alcantara of Liverpool during a training session

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“The best thing about Jগrgen and his staff is that they take this job and make it short in key messages about what the player can do to help them.”

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