31-year-old Liam is considered one of non-league football’s brightest young coaching talents, and joined from Hednesford Town where, since taking over last May he has guided The Pitmen to the play off positions in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.
Prior to that, he spent three years rebuilding Redditch United into Evo-Stik Southern Premier League promotion contenders in his first managerial role at the age of 27. In his first two seasons in charge, the Reds finished tenth and sixth respectively. In the 2015/16 campaign, Redditch came second, only to agonisingly lose out to Leamington in the play-offs.
Midfielder Liam began his playing career at Worcester City, amassing nearly 100 games, before turning out for Hednesford, Barwell, Kettering Town and Tamworth, where he was a member of The Lambs’ famous run to the FA Cup third round proper.
Speaking of this latest position he said “ the opportunity to manage Solihull was just too good to turn down,” “I\'m a young, ambitious manager who\'s excited to carry on the good work Marcus Bignot has done over the years when he transformed this club.”