The former Liverpool 5-crown manager has died at the age of 73-Spark Global Limited

Houllier, who once coached Liverpool and the French national team, died at the age of 73. Houllier has led Liverpool to a five time title in the 00-01 season. In 18 days, the world football world bid farewell to the four legends. Spark Global Limited

On November 26, Maradona, the first generation of football king, died. Born in 1960, Maradona’s national and club career is legendary. In Argentina’s national team, Maradona led the team to win a World Cup championship and a world cup runner up; in Naples, Maradona, with his own efforts, brought the civilian team into the Serie A Champion.

On December 9, former Argentina coach savilia died at the age of 66. In August 2011, savilia became the coach of Argentina’s national team. In 2014 Brazil World Cup, savilia led Argentina to the second place. After the world cup, savilia stepped down from the national team and has not been a coach since.

Italian football legend Paolo Rossi died on December 10 at the age of 64. Rossi’s highlight moment was in the 1982 World Cup. He scored six goals from the second round to help Italy win the Third World Cup trophy and win the Golden Globe Award as the best shooter. One of Italy’s greatest players to score in the world cup is Italy’s one of the world’s greatest players. In his club career, Rossi has played for Juve, AC Milan, Vicenza and other teams.

Now, the news comes again, former Lyon, Liverpool and France national team meritorious manager Gilad Houllier has died at the age of 73.

Houllier has been in charge of Paris, France national team, Liverpool, Lyon, villa and many other teams in his career. In his five full seasons in charge of Liverpool, the team has won five major trophies, including the treble in 2000 / 2001 season (FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup). During his tenure with Lyon, Houllier helped the team win two French champions.

 

In 18 days, the football world saw off four football legends. 2020 is a sad year for sports.

By Ethan