The club was in administration for the whole of the 2009-10 season, during which his team managed only five league wins.
During that time, he compiled over 100 major league wins, finishing with a career record of 106-139.
After four straight league wins, Liverpool are third, but remain eight points off top place.
Included in the five league wins was a season sweep over eventual champion California.
He ended his career with 187 minor league wins.
They recorded 4 league wins and finished in 11th place in Division 3.
A record 25 consecutive league wins and less than 5 home defeats in 4 seasons; including European games.
He led the team to two straight league wins, but failed twice in the promotion play-offs.
Of his 160 major league wins, 45 were shutouts.
He is fifth all-time in minor league managerial wins.