Former England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson emerged as a Liverpool boss after admitting to being a life-long Reds fan in the wake of Rafael Benitez's departure. "I have been a Liverpool fan all my life. Everyone wants to be a Premier League manager."
This sparked rumours of him being headhunted by the Reds. They proved to be incorrect, as Liverpool chose first Roy Hodgson then Kenny Dalglish for the spot.
That said, it wouldn't be surprising to see Eriksson at the helm at Anfield at some time or another, whether it be as a manager or potentially as an assistant to Dalglish. His most recent involvement with the club? Signing bust Paul Konchesky to his club Leicester City in July 2011.