Kenny Dalglish (May 85-Feb 91)
Graeme Souness (Apr 91-Jan 94)
Roy Evans (Jan 94-Jul 98)
Houllier / Evans (Jul-Nov 98)
Gerard Houllier (Nov 98-May 04)
Phil Thompson** (Oct 01-Feb 02)
Rafael Benitez (Jun 04-Jun 10)
Roy Hodgson (Jul 10-Jan 11)
Kenny Dalglish (Jan 11-May 12)
Brendan Rodgers (Jun 12-)
*Does not include Charity Shield games.
**Thompson was caretaker during Houllier's absence through ill health.
League fixture between the rival clubs ended 2-2 but United's maiden visit to Anfield in the new era produced a 2-1 win thanks to Brian McClair’s winner. There was a thriller in 1994 when Liverpool came back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3, but United had the last laugh by doing the Double for the first time.
Roy Evans - Sir Alex won 60%
United enjoyed plenty of success against Evans’ Liverpool as the affable Merseysider struggled to outwit his rival in the opposite dug-out. The 1996 FA Cup final win instantly springs to mind, as Eric Cantona’s late volley clinched another Double, and the French striker also made his comeback from suspension in a 2-2 draw against Evans’ side. Consecutive 3-1 triumphs at Anfield in 1997 were particularly sweet with the first one going a long way to clinching another title thanks to two Gary Pallister headers.
Houllier / Evans - Sir Alex won 100%
The short-lived experiment of pairing Evans with French coach Houllier meant only one fixture between the two sides took place during their tenure as joint-managers. It