Morgans back with Brendan
BRENDAN Rodgers has been reunited with Ryland Morgans after Swansea City's head of sports science quit the Liberty Stadium.
Morgans had been on the Swansea payroll for two and a half years but said his farewells at the club last week after handing in his resignation.
It is thought Morgans, who also works with the Welsh national squad, had become disillusioned with life in SA1 after Michael Laudrup added fitness man Oscar Garcia to the club's backroom staff.
He has been pictured on Liverpool's training ground this week and, while the Reds have not commented as yet, appears to have landed a role as sports science chief at Anfield.
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Morgans, who worked at Fulham before joining Swansea, becomes the fourth member of Rodgers's staff to follow him to Merseyside.
He follows assistant manager Colin Pascoe, head analyst Chris Davies and performance consultant Glenn Driscoll.
"Swansea City can confirm that Ryland Morgans, head of sports science, has left the club this week to develop his career elsewhere," a club statement said.
"Morgans has been with the club for the last two and a half years and Swansea City would like to thank him for his efforts during that time and wish him well in his future career."