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Michael Lamb

Michael Lamb

LFC Central Coach

As a youth Michael played for Sunderland A.F.C. academy and development squad. He played five years there in a successful youth team and then moved to the states to attend Oregon State University. As a freshman Michael played in and started 16 games.
 
He then transferred to Saginaw Valley State University, which he was an ever present over his final three years. Lamb helped the cardinals to two NCAA Division 2 round of 16 appearances In three years.  Lamb was named the GLIAC Defensive "Player of the Year" in the 2013 season as well as earning All-GLIAC First Team honors. He was named to the Scholar All-American Team as well. In 2012, he earned NSCAA All-Midwest Region Second Team honors and All-GLIAC Second Team plaudits, starting all 25 matches for the national runner-up Cards.
 
Lamb also featured for NPSL side Detroit City FC, notching the added time winner vs Cincy Saints.
 
Michael graduated from SVSU with a degree in exercise science and minor in psychology. He is currently volunteer assisting head coach Andy Wagstaff and will become a paid assistant in the Fall of 2016.
 
Qualifications:
 
UEFA Level 2  
 

What does it mean to represent Liverpool FC:

"Having grown up watching LFC and seeing the passion that the club has is fantastic to be a part of. The rich history and high energy playing style is a great model to follow when educating the young players."