Liverpool appoint Jonathan Power to be their new club physician

Liverpool have appointed a new club doctor after being without one since August with Jonathan Power set to start working with the team during the Dubai training camp ahead of the Premier League’s resumption

  • Liverpool undertook an extensive search for their new club doctor following the departure of Dr Jim Moxon in August.
  • Jonathan Power has already been appointed and will begin his duties next month.
  • Liverpool head to Dubai for a training camp ahead of the return of the Premier League
  • Power has worked with the England team, Brentford and Leeds Rhinos

Liverpool have appointed Jonathan Power as their new club doctor and he will take up the role before the Premier League resumes.

Liverpool have appointed Jonathan Power as their new club doctor to replace Dr Jim Moxon, who departed in August.

An extensive search follows the departure of Dr. Jim Moxon in the summer, with manager Jurgen Klopp involved in the process.

Power, who hails from West Derby in Liverpool, previously spent more than four years as the England men’s team’s performance medicine doctor between 2017 and 2021.

Before that, he was the team doctor for the England under-17 team that won the World Cup in 2017 and the under-19 team that won the European Championship that same year.

Power also worked as Brentford’s matchday doctor for two years between 2019 and 2021, as well as club doctor for Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire Carnegie.

He has most recently been working as a consultant in sports and exercise medicine at the Center for Sports and Orthopedic Medicine in Bermuda, and as director of sports and exercise medicine at the Yorkshire Sports Exercise Clinic.

Power will join Liverpool’s first-team training camp in Dubai next month and will take up the new full-time role when his notice period expires in early 2023.

Jim Moxon Was Liverpool'S Previous Doctor

Jim Moxon was Liverpool’s previous doctor

Liverpool had begun their search for Moxon’s replacement in the summer with Klopp, sporting director Julian Ward, head of recovery and performance Andreas Schlumberger and director of football governance and administration Jonathan Bamber overseeing the process.

They unanimously agreed that Power was the best option out of a dozen interviewed candidates.

Liverpool must play two games in Dubai, against Lyon on December 11 and AC Milan on December 16.

They return to domestic action with a Carabao Cup tie against Manchester City on December 22 and resume their Premier League campaign at Aston Villa on Boxing Day.

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