Liverpool Women’s Manager Vicky Jepson Parts Ways With Reds

Assistant manager Amber Whiteley will assume the role of interim manager


Liverpool FC can confirm that women’s manager Vicky Jepson has left the club by mutual consent.

It brings an end to a partnership which has lasted more than a decade and included various roles at the club.

Jepson began in 20009, as LFC Foundation’s program lead for women and girls’ football, spreading the message about the women’s game.

She spent seven years as a Foundation coach at home and sometimes abroad, taking on extra roles within the women’s Academy and working through the age groups. She progressed to the Girls’ Centre of Excellence, where she enjoyed five years as LFC Women’s development squad manager.

After a brief spell as assistant manager she was appointed manager of LFC Women in October 2018.

“It’s with a heavy heart that my time has come to an end with Liverpool Football Club, the place I love and have been lucky enough to call home for over a decade,” Jepson said.

“Over the years I have been fortunate to work across the entire pathway at this club. During this time, I’ve seen so many youth players go on to wear the first-team red shirt, which fills me with immense pride. It’s been a privilege to have contributed to their careers.

Assistant manager Amber Whiteley will assume the role of interim manager of LFC Women, as the search for a new first-team boss gets under way.

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