He created and scored several goals that year and collected a winner's medal in the 1992 FA Cup Final as Liverpool triumphed 2–0 against Sunderland and was named as the man of the match having set up the winner for Michael Thomas despite being the youngest player on the pitch.He also featured heavily in their run to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup.His performances saw Mc Manaman described by Ian Rush as the most promising young player at Liverpool.
The transfer became one of the most controversial and high-profile Bosman rulings of all time.
He also won La Liga twice before moving to Manchester City in 2003, and retiring from football in 2005.
After his retirement he worked as a football pundit for Setanta Sports, ESPN and BT Sport.
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Mc Manaman is the most decorated English footballer to have played for a club abroad, with the UEFA website stating that "of all England's footballing exports in the modern era, none was as successful as Mc Manaman." He is a regular pundit on BT Sport football coverage.
In 2008, he was ranked third in a Top 10 of the greatest British footballers to play overseas, just behind Kevin Keegan and John Charles.
but when Everton offered the player a one-year contract (after Mc Manaman had made a name for himself at tournaments for school and around Merseyside), Mc Manaman's father rejected it in favour of a schoolboy contract and two-year apprenticeship offer from Liverpool.
He scored his first ever professional goal with a diving header four days later on 21 August 1991 in the 2–1 defeat to Manchester City at Maine Road.
Mc Manaman's performances in his first season in 1991–92 established him as a regular first team player, making 51 appearances in total, a result of both his form and his being thrown in the deep end after his mentor, Barnes, suffered a career threatening Achilles Tendon injury.