Michael Edwards leaves FC Liverpool
Jonathan David Edwards, (birthed 10 May 1966) is a British former triple jumper. He is an Olympic, Globe, Republic as well as European champion, and also has held the globe document in the event because 1995.
Following his retired life as an athlete, Edwards has worked as a sport (mainly athletics) commentator as well as speaker for BBC television. Formerly a sincere Christian, he likewise offered episodes of the BBC Christian worship program Hymns, until he relinquished his faith in 2007. In 2011, he was elected Head of state of the Wedlock Olympian Culture following the death of It s after that Head Of State, Roy Rogers. He was a participant of the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games for the 2012 video games.
In an open letter on the LFC website, the 42-year-old Edwards made his departure on Wednesday. Media reports around the departure had already existed in the past few weeks. I have my last summer transfer window as Liverpool s sports director behind me, wrote Edwards in a detailed text.
In 2011, he first changed as a chief analyst from Tottenham Hotspur to Jersey, since 2016 he was sport director. I ve always planned to leave my time in the club at a maximum of ten years, wrote Edwards. I loved it to work here, but I believe in change. I believe that she is good for a human, he justified his step. Finally, rumors had surfaced a commitment of Edwards at RB Leipzig, which had denied Oliver Mintzlaff, CEO of the Saxony, but decidedly.
Ward takes over for Edwards
The club thanked in a statement at Edwards, who played a crucial role with his team for the recent achievements of the Reds. He was a constant during my time at the LFC, his contribution to our success is clear to everyone, said Chef coach Jürgen Klopp was quoted.
Edwards successor in Liverpool is already certain. Julian Ward will take over the vacant in the coming season. The 40-year-old was Edward s wizard so far.