Head Coach - Harry Kewell
The famous Australian international became the club's Head Coach on the 23rd May 2017.
During a glittering playing career in England and abroad, Sydney-born Harry played in two Champions League finals for Liverpool and two World Cup finals for Australia.
He came to England in 1995 and within a year was making his first-team debut for Leeds United in the Premier League.
In 2000, Kewell was named PFA Young Player of the Year and he had three more seasons at Elland Road before joining Liverpool, the team he supported as a boy, in 2003.
Two years later he became the first Australian to play in the Champions League final and in 2006 he was an FA Cup winner with Liverpool.
In 2007, he played in his second Champions League final and when he left Anfield in 2008 Harry had played 380 League and Cup games in England, scoring 79 goals.
He signed for Turkish club Galatasaray in 2008 and had three seasons with them, scoring 34 goals in 91 appearances.
In August 2011, he signed for Melbourne Victory and also played for Melbourne Heart (now rebranded as Melbourne City) in the Australian League, either side of a short spell in the Qatar Stars League with Al Gharafa.
Harry became Australia’s youngest international when he made his debut aged 17 against Chile in 1996. He played in the 2006 and 2010 World Cup finals, helping the Socceroos reach the second round in 2006 after scoring in a 2-2 draw against Croatia. He was sent off in the 2010 finals in South Africa against Ghana.
He played 56 times for his country, scoring 17 goals.
When he announced his retirement in June 2014 Harry had played 515 professional games and scored 124 goals as either a winger or striker.
He is currently working on his UEFA Pro License coaching qualification and was in charge of the under-23s at Watford from June 2015 before leaving the club by mutual consent earlier this year. During his time at Vicarage Road, three of the under-23s made their first team debuts.
Assistant Coach - Warren Feeney
Warren Feeney joined the Reds on the same day as Head Coach Kewell.
The former Northern Ireland international striker made 41 senior apperances for his country, scoring five times in both UEFA Euro and World Cup qualifiers, as well as international friendlies.
Feeney also represented his country at U16 and U21 level.
The forward's playing career began as a trainee at Leeds United - he was initially loaned out to AFC Bournemouth before making the switch to the Cherries permanent in June 2001.
He subsequently went on to make 90 appearances for the south-coast club, scoring 33 goals in the process.
At the end of the 2003/04 campaign Feeney moved to Stockport County where he would go on to score 15 times in 31 league appearances.
Luton Town acquired his services soon after in 2005 where he managed 11 goals in 50 apperances for the Hatters.
A loan spell with Cardiff City was then made permanent, before Feeney spent time on loan with Swansea City, Dundee United and Sheffield Wednesday.
The forward moved to Oldham Athletic, Plymouth Argyle and Salisbury City before ending his playing career with Linfield.
It was with Linfield where Feeney combined playing with his managment role from May 2014 - he took charge 62 times and had an impressive win ratio of nearly 60% during his time in charge.
A move to Wales and Newport County came in October 2015 when he was appointed assistant manager to John Sheridan - he then became manager of the side after the sacking of Sheridan in January 2016.
He parted company with the club in September 2016.