Barry Lewtas, U21 head coach - Liverpool FC
U21 head coach
Barry Lewtas took over as Liverpool FC U21s (then U23s) head coach in May 2020, a role which had been vacated by Neil Critchley's departure to Blackpool.
Barry joined Liverpool in 2013 after working previously at Wigan Athletic and Bolton Wanderers.
He arrived at Wigan in 2003 to work in their Centre of Excellence, where he coached players aged 10-13. He then moved to Bolton in 2007 to work at their academy, working with boys aged 11-14 for six seasons.
In 2013, Barry made the move to Liverpool to take the U12 group at the Kirkby Academy, and he then progressed to head up the U16s. Lewtas was promoted to take charge of the U18s in July 2018, filling the role that had been held by Steven Gerrard.
In his first season with the U18s, Lewtas led the te...
AcademyU21s match report: Nyoni and Gordon goals see Liverpool beat Newcastle in Premier League 2. Liverpool U21s produced an impressive display to win 2-1 away at Newcastle United in Premier League 2 on Saturday afternoon.
Academy'I don't think anyone bats an eyelid if Quansah or Bradley start now'. Barry Lewtas has shared the collective Academy pride at seeing youngsters Jarell Quansah and Conor Bradley shine at senior level this season.
AcademyU21s preview: Feyenoord test, Bobby Clark return and Jay Spearing influence. Barry Lewtas is hoping his Liverpool U21s side can end a highly productive year on a strong note when they host Feyenoord in the Premier League International Cup tonight.
U21s preview'This is a great test for us, let's be the best version of ourselves'. Barry Lewtas believes tonight's Bristol Street Motors Trophy last-32 tie with Bradford City provides the perfect opportunity for his Liverpool U21s side to showcase their potential.
AcademyBarry Lewtas on Lancashire FA Senior Cup exit: 'It was fine margins'. Barry Lewtas was left to reflect on the ‘fine margins’ that cost his Liverpool U21s side in their Lancashire FA Senior Cup defeat by Burnley on Tuesday night.