The club giant has died at the age of 83.
Liverpool legend Ronnie Moran has died at the age of 83, following a short illness.
Moran made 379 appearances for Liverpool between 1952 and 1966 after first arriving as a part-time player in 1949.
He formally retired as a player during the 1968-69 season, before becoming part of the Anfield 'Boot Room' alongside Bill Shankly, Joe Fagan, Bob Paisley and Reuben Bennett.
He spent over 30 years on the club's coaching staff and was the club's longest-serving employee after retiring in 1999. He was involved in winning some 44 trophies with the club.
Moran stepped in as caretaker manager at the club on two occasions - following Kenny Dalglish's resignation in 1991 and after Graeme Souness underwent heart surgery in 1992.
He suffered from vascular dementia in later years.
Fellow Liverpool stalwarts are paying tribute to Moran on social media this morning.
Absolutely devastated to here the news of Ronnie Moran I will be forever indebted to him for my time @LFC the man's a true legend god bless.— Jason MCATEER (@MCATEER4) March 22, 2017
Terrible news to hear of the passing of Ronnie Moran. A huge influence on the great teams of the 60s 70s and 80s. RIP Bugsy— Ronnie Whelan (@WhelanRonnie5) March 22, 2017
Liverpool Football Club is deeply saddened by the passing of Ronnie Moran pic.twitter.com/YsCbabUWkp— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 22, 2017
Sad news this morning with the passing a true Liverpool legend, Ronnie Moran. He served the Reds under 9 managers. RIP Mr Liverpool. pic.twitter.com/1emnz9G3ot— This Is Anfield (@thisisanfield) March 22, 2017
Really upset to hear about Ronnie Moran. He was the strongest voice in the dressing room and improved an awful lot of #LFC players.— Jim Beglin (@jimbeglin) March 22, 2017