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Hughie McAuley (b. January 8, 1953, Bootle, Liverpool) was the Liverpool F.C. Reserves team coach for the 2005/06 season, working closely with Paco Herrera. He was previously coach of the Under-19 team working at the Liverpool F.C. Academy. He spent a number of years working full-time with the youth development team at Liverpool. He worked for the club from 1990.

As a player McAuley signed for Liverpool in 1970, but made no first team appearances. He also played for Tranmere Rovers, Plymouth Argyle, Charlton, Carlisle United and Formby.

He played a major role in the club's FA Youth Cup win in 1996 when the youth team beat the likes of Manchester United and then West Ham United in the final at Anfield. He helped develop Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher during his spell at the Academy.

His son Hugh is also a footballer.

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