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Liverpool Champions League winner takes over at National League strugglers

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Liverpool Champions League winner Harry Kewell has been named as the new head coach of National League side Barnet.

Kewell has been out of management since being sacked by Oldham Athletic in March despite having at that point guided the club to a position higher than their previous campaign.

The former Reds winger - who featured in the 2005 Champions League final win and the FA Cup triumph the following season - will work alongside head of football Dean Brennan at the London side.

Barnet finished next to bottom of the National League last season but were spared the drop with promotion and relegation having been scrapped due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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“Barnet is a fantastic football club but we need to get the club back on the right path and get going back in the right direction," said Kewell, who has also been boss of Crawley Town and Notts County.

"The chairman and myself have put a really exciting backroom team together, with the view of a collective unit being the driving force behind a successful future for the football club.

"That starts with me as a head coach, but also with all of the staff, players and of course the supporters, we need to be a collective group with the ambition of bringing brighter days back to this incredible club.

"There’s plenty of hard work to do to get us going in the right direction and I can’t wait to get started!”

Kewell scored 16 goals in 138 appearances during an injury-hampered stay at Liverpool between 2003 and 2008.

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