Former Liverpool winger Harry Kewell has revealed that his “big dream” is to manage the Merseyside club.
Kewell, who won the Champions League with Liverpool, enjoyed a long playing career, spending his first seven years at Leeds before moving to Anfield in 2003.
The Australian now has a new role as Under-21 coach at Premier League side Watford and he has ambitions to one day take charge of Liverpool.
“I’m a big dreamer, so you might as well go to the top. I would love, my ultimate goal, obviously Liverpool, you look at AC Milan, the clubs I admired as I was growing up. If you want to dream big, you dream big,” he said in an interview conducted in Australia.
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“A lot of kids dream and are afraid to express what they dream about … I tell my kids to dream big. What’s the worst thing that happens, you just fail. what’s the next step under that … fantastic.”
His current boss at Watford, Walter Mazzarri, has coached Napoli and Inter Milan and Kewell is confident he is getting a good schooling under his tutelage.
“You have to wait until an opportunity comes. If it happens it happens, if it doesn’t I am at a great club and I am learning off one of the best”.