Story updated 23/09/11 17:00
We came up with 13 men who had played a competitive fixture for the Reds and then, since the Premier League's inception, had managed a team in the top flight either in a permanent or caretaker capacity.
The 13 names were as follows: Michael Appleton, Steve Bruce, Steve Coppell, George Graham, Stewart Houston, Mark Hughes, Paul Ince, Joe Jordan, Roy Keane, Brian Kidd, Bryan Robson, Gordon Strachan and Ray Wilkins.
Appleton took charge of West Brom for one fixture - a 3-3 draw at West Ham - while new boss Roy Hodgson was in the stands in a watching capacity.
There's also been a shout for Peter Beardsley, who placed in temporary stewardship of Newcastle but never actually took charge of the team for a Premier League fixture, with Alan Pardew instated in time for the match with Liverpool.
Look out for another teaser next Friday.