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Year(s) 1975-1980 & 1987-1996 & 15th February 2014 - 27th May 2014
Honours None
John McMahon is a former association football player and coach. The brother of Liverpool & England player Steve McMahon, he played football at non-league level before a successful coaching career. He coached at Tranmere for several years (twice becoming caretaker manager), then became assistant manager at Shrewsbury from where he moved, in 2009, to become Reserve Team Coach at Liverpool,leaving in April 2011. In July 2011, he returned to Tranmere as first team coach.

Coaching career
John McMahon spent eight years on the coaching staff of Tranmere Rovers, where he had two spells as caretaker manager, in of the

 2005–06season.He moved to become first-team coach at Shrewsbury Town in June 2006, and was made assistant manager in September 2007. During this period he completed his UEFA Pro Licence in coaching during 2006. On 3 March 2008 he was appointed caretaker manager, after the departure of manager Gary Peters. The appointment of Paul Simpson on 12 March saw him resume the assistant role.On 8 June 2009, John was appointed reserve team coach of Liverpool, replacing Gary Ablett. He took charge of the reserve team for the first time on 18 July 2009, when the a Liverpool XI beat Aberystwyth Town 4-1 in a friendly.On 11 March 2011 it was announced that he would no longer be a coach at Liverpool.In June 2011 he rejoined the coaching staff at Tranmere as first team coach.

He was appointed Temperary manager on the 15th February 2014 until the end of the season.

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MOTTO: UBI FIDES IBI LUX ET ROBUR which means "Where there is faith, there is light and strength."

Designed by Ned O'Toole, Paul Harmon and Oisín Ronan.
Special thanks to Tranmere Rovers Football club for the information.