Premier League & Kenny Dalglish

The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. Kenneth Mathieson Kenny Dalglish MBE (born 4 March 1951) is a Scottish former footballer and the current manager of Liverpool. 5.0/5

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Kenny Dalglish: "They're still the same Rangers to me...and Harry Redknapp's definitely the man to keep them in the Premier League".
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish will fly to Spain to present Barcelona striker Luis Suarez with his Golden Shoe award next Wednesday, according to reports. Suarez, 27, is to share the award -- handed to the leading scorer in Europe's top divisions -- with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo after both players hit 31 goals last season. The Uruguay international scored his goals in the Premier League with Liverpool before completing a 75 million-pound move to Barcelona on July 16. Dalglish signed Suarez for Liverpool from Ajax and is pictured here with the striker at Liverpool's 2014 awards dinner. Dalglish, who won eight league titles and three European Cups as player and then manager at Liverpool between 1977 and 1991, returned for a 16-month second spell as boss in Jan. 2011, signing Suarez from Ajax shortly after his reappointment. Suarez is reported to have asked Dalglish, a non-Executive Director at Anfield, to attend the Golden Shoe presentation ceremony in Barcelona, although it will not be as a piece o ...
In 1994, an up and coming Zinedine Zidane was earmarked by Blackburn Rovers boss, Kenny Dalglish, as the man to spearhead Rovers' defence of their Premier League title. In what will go down as one of the biggest mistakes in english football's history, Blackburn owner, Jack Walker, quickly replied to his manager's request with "what do you need him for, we've got Tim Sherwood"!!!
Young Reds endure Anfield heartbreak 2nd May 2014 - Latest News Liverpool's youngsters experienced a frustrating evening at Anfield on Friday, slipping to a narrow 1-0 defeat against Manchester United in the Barclays U21 Premier League national semi-final. Alex Inglethorpe's side fought hard for 90 minutes against their bitter rivals, but in the end they were unlocked by a simply unstoppable first-half effort from Andreas Pereira. Minutes before the interval, the United starlet manoeuvred into a yard of space and sent a stunning effort spiralling into the Kop net from range to clinch the decisive strike. Under the watchful eye of Brendan Rodgers, Kenny Dalglish, Jamie Carragher and a congregation of vocal home supporters, the Reds took to the Anfield turf as 'You'll Never Walk Alone' boomed out. It felt like a special occasion, but it felt like one United were determined to spoil - and they almost dampened the mood within moments of the game being underway. James Wilson, who has plundered 20 goals at U18 ...
LONDON (AFP) – David Moyes’ 10 month stay at Manchester United is one of many managerial fiascos in the English Premier League. Here are five English football coaching disasters: Brian CloughLeeds United Clough, one of England’s greatest managers, lasted 44 days at Leeds United when they were reigning champions in 1974. The players hated his brash style and remembered his past criticism of them and never cooperated. Clough went on to twice win the European Cup with Nottingham Forest. Roy Hodgson – Liverpool The man who now coaches England, started at Liverpool on July 1, 2010, but speculation of a sacking started in October and he left the following January 8. Poor league form and a fan clamour for club legend Kenny Dalglish to step in sealed Hodgson’s fate. Dalglish was in turn sacked in May 2012. Jacques Santini – Tottenham Hotspur Santini was one of France’s most respected coac ...
When Liverpool last won the title in 1990, Margaret Thatcher was still in power, the Soviet Union was in crisis and we were still wearing neon colors. What else has changed? In 1990 Liverpool won their 18th league championship trophy and their fifth major trophy in as many seasons under Kenny Dalglish. Back then they were owned by Sir John Smith (a sales director of a brewery) and were playing in the old First Division (the Premier League was founded in 1992). England New Order's World in Motion - featuring Liverpool midfielder John Barnes - was number one in the charts and Paul Gascoigne burst into tears at Italia 1990. The Reds, now owned by US businessman John W Henry and managed by Northern Irishman Brendan Rogers, are on the verge of clinching their first title in 24 years. Their estimated value is around £530m and the team is captained by Steven Gerrard - who broke down in tears after they beat Manchester City on 13 April.and my son Jonathan was 2 years old and now he is 26 and i told him we be lea ...
Steven Gerrard is one goal away from drawing level with Kenny Dalglish in the club scoring charts and Daniel Sturridge is eyeing Robbie Fowler's LFC Premier League record. Here are all the stats ahead of the clash with Tottenham from Ged Rea. Gerrard's next goal will see him join Dalglish on 172 goals for the club and a position of joint sixth on the Reds' all-time goalscoring list. The skipper has netted nine goals in his last 13 games in all competitions and four in his last four. Gerrard has fired 11 league goals this season. Only once in his career has he scored more - in 2008-09 he was on the scoresheet 16 times. Sturridge has netted 12 goals in his last 13 games since returning from injury. Should he score another goal this season he will equal the club's Premier League record held by iconic Anfield No.9 Fowler (set in 1994-95) of finding the net in 19 games in a season. Earlier this season Liverpool recorded their biggest ever victory at White Hart Lane, winning 5-0. Luis Suarez (2), Jordan Henders ...
Brendan Rodgers has insisted that captain fantastic Steven Gerrard has got a "few more years" left at the top level, insisting that he will make the most of a "world-class" star for as long as he can keep delivering the goods. Gerrard has thrived in a deeper midfield role for Liverpool this season, dictating play from a withdrawn central position while still staying a consistent feature on the scoresheet with 11 Premier League goals this season. The 33-year-old's current Liverpool contract expires next summer, but Rodgers has given another indication that he could stay at Anfield beyond that deal thanks to the fantastic relationship the manager has built with his skipper since arriving on Merseyside. A large share of Rodgers' pre-match press conference for Sunday's clash with Tottenham Hotspur was taken up by Gerrard closing on Kenny Dalglish's mark of 172 goals for the club. Rodgers took the chance to lavish praise on the England international, telling The Mirror: "I think people wondered about his posit ...
Lo. He is playing mind game to he should try finish in top 4 Liverpool are tantalisingly close to a first league title since 1990 but Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has questioned whether they have the mental stamina to finish the job. This has been quite the campaign for Brendan Rodgers' side, with just one point separating them and leaders Chelsea as the season enters the home straight. The Reds will look to maintain their charge with an eighth successive win on Sunday when they host Spurs, whose manager knows all about what it takes to win the Premier League. Sherwood captained Blackburn to the 1995 title, when Kenny Dalglish's side limped over the line after struggling to cope with the expectation - something he has warned could derail Liverpool. "I think they have a real chance," the Spurs boss said. "It all depends on how they can hold their nerve, how many players they've got within their squad who have done it previously. "Obviously Man City and Chelsea would have to be favourites because of the pl . ...
For Liverpool FC's Steven Gerrard, the most glittering prize is within his grasp Skipper missing one medal in his stellar career as a one-club man There are many Liverpool fans who have come to believe that Steven Gerrard is the Reds greatest ever player. Certainly if not outright then nevertheless worthy of being talked about in the same breath as Kenny Dalglish and Billy Liddell. It would seem a cruel and ironic twist of fate then if the most talented player at English football’s most decorated club was to end his career with one glaring omission among his medal collection. Nine years ago Gerrard played as big a part as any individual in securing Liverpool’s only European Cup triumph since 1984 while he has also played a key role in capturing two FA Cups and three League Cups throughout his long and successful career. The midfielder twice came perilously close to quitting Anfield with Chelsea offering him the chance of a serious stab at a Premier League crown but after ultimately remaining loyal to ...
Alan Pardew has told his troops to show the city of Newcastle they care in their next game against Aston Villa. The Magpies are looking to avoid the record books for all the wrong reasons. United had not lost five league games in a row since 1987 until Wednesday night against Tottenham Hotspur. However, as reported in last night’s Chronicle, Pardew tore a strip off some of his players after an inept 4-0 defeat. Pardew is trying to move on from the defeat but said in the aftermath of the Spurs loss: “In terms of where I am with the players – I have made it clear to them what their responsibility is to the fans and the city. “And that needs to be reflected in the next game. “That’s the only thing we can do.” United have now leaked 10 goals in three matches but are some way off the worst run of form in the Premier League. The coldest streak endured by the Magpies in the revamped division is eight matches without a victory. That came under Kenny Dalglish between February 7 and April 13, 1998. Bu ...
Jose Mourinho enjoyed his 100th win in the Premier League on Sunday against Manchester United, becoming the fastest ever manager in the league to reach the fantastic achievement. By achieving the record so quickly, Mourinho beat out the likes of Arsene Wenger, Sir Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish,...
The manner of the Chelsea coach's latest triumph was not the most spectacular aspect of the victory, however. No, the standout stat of the weekend is that Mourinho has won 100 league matches with the Blues quicker than any other manager in English history. Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Rafa Benitez, Kenny Dalglish, Gerard Houllier, Kevin Keegan, David O'Leary (a surprise one), David Moyes and six others have all reached 100 wins. But no one has done it as fast as Mourinho. Indeed, the Portuguese has managed the record in 142 games, while his nearest rival Fergie did it in 162. Wenger, meanwhile, did it in 179. All of this, bear in mind, while STILL being unbeaten at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League... Love him or loathe him, Mourinho's Chelsea record is certainly impressive. "Of course it is nice and 100 victories in the Premier League is obviously one more fantastic thing for my career," Mourinho said after Sunday's win over United. "But the most important thing is really to win the match. "It i ...
Some info about BR you might not have known :-) In being officially unveiled on 1 June 2012 as the man to replace Kenny Dalglish as manager of team affairs at Liverpool Football Club, 39-year-old Ulsterman Brendan Rodgers became the club’s youngest appointee to that position since Graeme Souness arrived as a 37-year-old in 1991. On taking up his new post Rodgers, however, despite a growing reputation and a managerial apprenticeship earned at Watford, Reading and Swansea, did not possess the experience or abrasiveness of the Scot who had previously been chosen to replace the Liverpool legend 21 years earlier. Although seemingly settled and happy in south Wales, having steered Swansea into the Premier League as the Championship play-off winners in 2011, what he had achieved at Swansea and the way he had achieved it made him an inevitable target for bigger clubs. It was probably more a question of when rather than if this next move would happen. After initially turning down the opportunity to talk to Liver ...
Liverpool legend Roger Hunt says Luis Suarez can't be regarded as the club's greatest striker just yet. Suarez has scored 15 goals in 10 Premier League appearances this season – and has the best minutes-per-goal ratio in the top five European leagues. “There have been many greats,” Hunt told the Mirror. “Kevin Keegan, Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush, John Aldridge, Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen. “Suarez certainly takes the crowd’s breath away and certainly ranks with the top forwards who have played for the club. “But with me and all these players, we were at the club for quite a few years and we had to prove ourselves consistently over a period of time. If he is to be judged as the best ever he will have to be at the club quite a bit longer. “If he goes on at the rate he’s going – and he is undoubtedly in magnificent form – perhaps for another five years at the club then he will be able to call himself the best ever striker at the club.”
King Kenny back at Anfield 1992 - Kenny Dalglish returned to Anfield as visiting Manager for the first time, with substitute Mark Walters netting a brace either side of a stunning Alan Shearer volley, one of his eight goals past us, as we beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1, our first goals from off the bench in the newly-renamed Premier League.
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Kenny Dalglish believes the right additions in January, and retaining Luis Suarez, will keep Liverpool in title contention. The Reds have enjoyed a spectacular start to the 2013/14 campaign, dropping just 10 points en route to a second-place standing in the Premier League table. Just two points separate them from leaders Arsenal, while their offensive and defensive records are as good as anyone in the division. The challenge now is to build on a bright start and mount a sustained push for a first Top Flight title in 24 years.
Liverpool 4 Fulham 0: Suarez piles more misery on beleaguered Jol Captain marvel Steven Gerrard has consistently written off Liverpool’s title chances but if he carries on performing like this, he may prove himself wrong. Gerrard was instrumental in the four goals Liverpool scored before he was substituted to a standing ovation, the game already won to leave Liverpool only a couple of points behind leaders Arsenal. The 33-year-old, ranked alongside Kenny Dalglish as the club’s greatest-ever player, has never won the Premier League — although if Liverpool played Fulham every week, he surely would. Man-of-the-Match: Steven Gerrard The visitors were a poor excuse for a top-flight team and with the Premier League now taking a fortnight’s break, their manager Martin Jol could pay the price with his job. Jol said: ‘Like every manager in the bottom six, I have to keep fighting. We made it too difficult for ourselves. Conceding two goals from set pieces isn’t acceptable.’ Midfielder Scott Parker w . ...
Steve Nicol believes the return of Kenny Dalglish to Liverpool as a non-Executive Director can only be a help to manager Brendan Rodgers. Dalglish was sacked as boss 17 months ago and replaced by Rodgers, who has guided the club to second in the Premier League table after their opening six games of the season. The 62-year-old is now back with a role on the board and Nicol, who played alongside and was managed by his fellow Scot during a 13-year spell at Anfield, believes that can only benefit the manager. "You have to look at Kenny when he took over as Liverpool manager, he had Bob Paisley to lean on and it depends how you use that," Nicol told BBC Radio Five Live. "I think Kenny is a guy who, all he wants to do is help Liverpool and that means if he helps Brendan Rodgers in any way possible, whether it's scouting, whether it's a little bit of advice, I don't think Kenny will have a problem with it whatsoever. "And if I'm Brendan Rodgers, I think I'm pretty happy that I've got a guy to lean on with the ex ...
Steaua Bucharest v Chelsea (1945 BST) BBC Sport's Saj Chowdury: "There are some who say, 'never return'. Howard Kendall at Everton, Kevin Keegan at Newcastle and Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool all failed to repeat the achievements of their first spells in charge. Will Jose Mourinho join that list? His side have only picked up three wins from their opening six Premier League games and were beaten at home by Basel in their first Champions League group match. It's left a sour taste in the mouths of Chelsea fans - a defeat in Bucharest will be unpalatable."
Liverpool legend, Kenny Dalglish, says that his second stint as manager of the club should not be deemed a failure. To many, Dalglish remains that greatest Liverpool player of all-time. And his first spell as Reds manager- which ended in the aftermath of the Hillsborough tragedy- signalled the peak of the club’s greatest era. He answered LFC’s desperate call to rescue them from Roy Hodgson’s disastrous reign, but was sacked himself at the end of the 2011/12 campaign, with the Reds mired in the eighth-place on the Premier League log. During that season however, Liverpool won the Carling Cup- their first trophy in six years- and also narrowly lost to Chelsea in the dying moments of the FA Cup Final. Those two trips to Wembley mitigate the pain of their poor league performance that season, Dalglish insists in hindsight. "What those boys achieved in 2012 was fantastic. To win the Carling Cup and to get to an FA Cup Final was beyond any expectations," Dalglish told the Daily Mirror. "Liverpool is a massi ...
Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool will "fight aggressively" to stay top after hailing their consistent form. The Reds went back to the summit of the Premier League with a gritty 2-2 draw at Swansea on Monday. They recovered from failing behind after just two minutes and held on despite losing play-maker Philippe Coutinho to injury in the second half. It means the Anfield club have suffered just one top-flight reverse in 16 league matches -3-1 at Southampton in March - since February. Boss Rodgers, who succeeded Kenny Dalglish in summer 2012, refuses to get carried away but believes his side are showing impressive qualities. Reflecting on their early place as league leaders, Rodgers said: "You'd rather be there than be at the bottom! "What it does is that the more you are up there, the more aggression and will and desire you have to stay there. "It's only four games in, but we've had four tough games and we have only lost once in the last 16 games, so we are getting a level of consistency and that was the big ...
Brendan Rodgers is a man who likes to work under pressure, believing it brings the best out of him as a manager, and next season at Anfield the Northern Irishman is going to get his wish. Rodgers, who replaced Head Coach Kenny Dalglish on a three-year contract last June, was given a fair amount of leeway in his debut campaign on Merseyside with the club’s American owners well aware of the many hurdles that the young trainer had to overcome. As a result, Liverpool’s eventual seventh-place finish in the Premier League and their limp displays in the three cup competitions they took part in last season were viewed with a certain degree of sympathy by the Fenway Sports Group (FSG). For one thing, the Reds claimed nine more points under Rodgers’ management than they had in the whole of the 2011-12 campaign with Dalglish at the helm, winning more and losing fewer league encounters in the process, while there was also significant progress made in the team’s goals output, with 24 more efforts hitting the b ...
A nice little piece of trivia here for you: Bobby Robson, Graeme Souness, Glenn Roeder, Alex Mcleish , Mark Hughes, Ruud Gullit, Kenny Dalglish, Roberto Mancini, Joe Kinnear, Sam Allardyce, Kevin Keegan, Nigel Pearson , Chris Hughton, Tony Parkes, Paul Lambert and John Carver. These are 16 people who have managed in the Premiership, some for just 1 game as a caretaker. But there is ONE player that they have all managed. Guess who he is! (HINT: He still plays today with a Premier League club) - AG
Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, who has failed to convince new manager Brendan Rodgers about his ability to adapt to his style of football, could be offloaded this summer with Norwich City reportedly keen on signing the England youth international. Shelvey, who is currently away on international duty with the England Under 21 side at the European Championships in Israel, earned just 9 Premier League starts under Rodgers and is believed to be very concerned about his future at the club. The youngster joined Liverpool from Charlton Athletic for a shade under 2 million pounds and was expected to be a possible long term replacement for Steven Gerrard. The attacking midfielder got a good run of games under former manager Kenny Dalglish, whose more direct approach play suited Shelvey, but the leggy midfielder doesn’t have the grace and dribbling skills on the pitch to play Rodgers’ style of pass and move football. Still, Liverpool look set to make a neat little profit on the player though Norwich are ** ...
Liverpool Echo rumour mill. Last four days. FRIDAY JUNE 7 Liverpool have Carlos Tevez of Manchester City on their shopping list of potential Suarez replacements. The Anfield giants, who tried to sign Tevez when Kenny Dalglish was manager, have the Manchester City marksman on a list of possibles compiled in case Suarez pushes ahead with his bid to leave. With just a year left on his contract at Eastlands, Tevez could be available to the Reds this summer for as little as £8million. The biggest stumbling block would be the 29-year-old's huge wages, said to be around £200,000-a-week. Source: Mirror Norwich make Shelvey enquiry but Liverpool want between £5m and £8m Norwich have made an enquiry for Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey. The England U21 international has shown glimpses of his potential at Anfield since joining from Charlton for £1.7m in 2010 but has failed to command a regular starting berth. Shelvey only started 18 matches last season, and just nine in the Premier League, making a further 1 ...
Liverpool's 2012-13 Premier League season was a relatively disappointing one, as the Reds once again missed out on Champions League places. There was improvement overall in Brendan Rodgers' first year at the helm, as they made a nine-point improvement on Kenny Dalglish's final year. However, one of the factors that could have played a part in the lower-than-desired spot in the table was some inaccurate finishing. More specifically, Liverpool seemed to rattle the woodwork quite frequently. Too frequently, in fact. Recent statistics have indicated that they, along with Tottenham Hotspur, would have cracked the top four if all their shots that hit the woodwork had been goals. The difference in the standings amounted to a massive 14 points, vaulting them over Everton, Arsenal and Chelsea. This is not the first time that Liverpool have run into this kind of issue. Just last season, they struck iron an astounding 33 times, nearly once per game. That too would have seen them in the top four if those were convert ...
It’s probably not a stretch of the imagination to assume that they will be officially announcing what the footballing community has known for months: Jose Mourinho will make his return to Stamford Bridge. This news has been met by much skepticism by both fans and the press: Will he regret coming back? Is Roman Abramovich really going to afford him the power he wants? Will he stick around? Will he be successful? A lot of people have said 'no' the latter question - citing managers like Kenny Dalglish going back to Liverpool and failing at the second attempt to bring the glory days back to Merseyside. Dalglish had managed Liverpool between 1985 and 1991. In his first season as manager, Dalglish won Liverpool its first double as they won the English First Division - now the Premier League - and the FA Cup in the 1985/86 season. Dalglish went on to win three English First Division titles with Liverpool, two FA Cups and four Charity Shields. His return to Merseyside however, was not so successful. Dalglish di ...
Stewart Downing finally has people on his side, with Liverpool fans now starting to praise his recent performances and his attitude. However, it is my firm opinion that Liverpool now need to get nasty if it has real aspirations to grow as a club and sell Downing this summer. Downing was signed in the summer of 2011 by Kenny Dalglish for £20m on the back of a good season with Aston Villa where he scored seven goals and made nine assists in the Premier League. Dalglish saw his new signing as a wing wizard who would deliver crosses for his £35m striker, Andy Carroll. Many fans recognised that he was a proven Premier League player who had a very good season with Aston Villa, however, the majority felt the club had again overspent on a player who was not guaranteed to deliver in the famous red shirt. Downing became Liverpool’s fourth most expensive signing, yet was he really in the same class as Fernando Torres and Luis Suarez? The 2011/12 season saw the fans’ initial worries materialise with Downing hav ...
Proud News Comments Feed LFC Proud News Feed Feeds Feeds « Previous Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Post Comment Notify me of follow-up comments via email. View Full Site Blog at WordPress.com . Sha re this : Like this : February 24, 2013 Leave a reply Liverpool FC Have Finally Found Torres’ Replacement In Sturridge Posted by tishreds January 31 , 2011 – A date which all Liverpool fans would like to forget. Fernando Torres – one of the club’s most loved players had handed in a transfer request for a move to Premier League rivals Chelsea. Liverpool acceded to the player’s demands and Torres made his way to Stamford Bridge after smashing the British Transfer Record. Having received £50 million from the sale of their star striker, Kenny Dalglish and Damien Comolli decided to break some transfer records of their own. £35 million was splurged on Andy Carroll from Newcastle. It was the highest transfer amount ever paid for a British player and .. ...
Copied A great description of Luis Suarez, probably the best: "The work ethic of Dirk Kuyt, the flair of John Barnes, the improvisation of Robbie Fowler, the unpredictability of Titi Camara, the never ending spirit of Javier Mascherano, the will to win of Graeme Souness, the trickery of Peter Beardsley, the ability to make something out of absolutely nothing of Fernando Torres, the nastiness of Steve Mcmahon, the back to goal brilliance of Kenny Dalglish, the danger of Michael Owen and the terrifying use of every inch of grass that is unique to him. That's Luis Suarez." Credits to : Steven Gerrard Liverpool's Superman
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Celtic manager Neil Lennon, ahead of his team's Champions League game against Juventus on Tuesday evening: "Players in good fettle, all looking forward to tomorrow - think I can hear thunder in the distance." League One side Bury have signed former Club Brugge striker Jeanvion Yulu-Matondo on non-contract terms, reports the Bury Times. The 27-year-old forward scored 11 goals in 42 appearances for Brugge. Norwich striker Kei Kamara has said his Premier League debut at the weekend would have created a massive buzz in his home country of Sierra Leone. The 28-year-old, on loan from Major League Soccer side Kansas City, came off the bench in a draw against Fulham. "They say all the cinemas were full. I don't even know what it would have been like out there," the forward told BBC Radio Norfolk. West Brom Head Coach Steve Clarke believes Liverpool are now starting to benefit from his and Kenny Dalglish's transfer policy at the club. The Baggies face a Reds side likely to contain Dalglish signings Jordan Henderso ...
West Brom Head Coach Steve Clarke says the players brought to Anfield by former manager Kenny Dalglish are starting to shine, making Liverpool one of the most improved teams in the Premier League.
Quickest to 50 goals - Can Daniel Sturridge do it? Quickest to 50 goals: ...Fernando Torres set a new Liverpool record with 50 goals in 72 Premier League matches. The previous holder was Roger Hunt, who took 78 games in the old First Division to reach the 50 mark. Next come Sam Raybould and Albert Stubbins (80 games apiece); Jack Parkinson (81); John Aldridge (83); Ian Rush (84); Robbie Fowler (88); Gordon Hodgson (90); Joe Hewitt (95); Harry Chambers, Kenny Dalglish and Michael Owen (98 games apiece); John Barnes (111); John Toshack (116).
20 YEARS OF THE BPL The Barclays Premier League has now been contested for 20 seasons. Every year over the past two decades the players, managers, Clubs and the League have created some great moments and matches that tell the story of a season. 1992/93 The competition is formed as the Premier League, 22 teams compete in the first season. Sheffield United's Brian Deane scores the first goal on 15th August in a campaign that Manchester United go on to win. Premier League grounds are 69.6% full and the season’s aggregate attendance is 9.75m. Premier League turnover is £46m. 1993/94 Carling become the first Title Sponsors and the competition is known as the Carling Premiership. Manchester United become only the fourth team in the 20th century to do the League and FA Cup double. Andy Cole scores a record 34 goals for Newcastle United. 1994/95 Blackburn Rovers, managed by Kenny Dalglish, win the Championship on the final day of the season. Rovers striker Alan Shearer equals Andy Cole's scoring record with 3 ...
Kenny Dalglish believes that Luis Suarez is a better striker than Robin Van Persie.. lol, go hone Kenny, you're drunk
Kenny Dalglish: "If we are talking about predictions for the year ahead, I’m not looking beyond Man United for the Premier League title."
Rodgers the dodger: Liverpool won't sack boss even if his record gets as bad as Hodgson's Details: Defeat at QPR will leave the Reds' first-year manager with 25 points from 20 Prem games - a return that got Roy Hodgson the boot at Anfield Just like Roy Hodgson two years ago, Brendan Rodgers has 25 points from 19 Premier League games. And if Liverpool lose at QPR on Sunday, Rodgers will have the same points total from 20 games which cost Hodgson his job as Liverpool boss. But unlike Hodgson two years ago, Rodgers will NOT be sacked by Liverpool’s principal owner John W Henry for possessing such a record. Henry still believes in the man he picked to succeed Kenny Dalglish, despite Liverpool’s painful inconsistencies - so much so that he is backing the combined £18million signings of Daniel Sturridge and Thomas Ince next month. The American tycoon didn’t have the same faith in Hodgson and felt he had to wield the axe against a backdrop of poor results, supine performances, dressing-room unrest and fan ...
Pepe Reina could surpass club legend Elisha Scott for league clean sheets on Boxing Day – find out more about that and 19 other fascinating facts ahead of the clash against Stoke City. Reina has kept six clean sheets in his 11 games against City. His next shut-out will be his 127th in the league and see him overtake Elisha Scott to move into third place on the club's all-time league clean sheet list. The Reds won on their last visit to the Britannia, defeating Stoke 2-1 in the League Cup 14 months ago. Luis Suarez scored twice after Kenwyne Jones had given the home team the lead. The teams have met nine times in the Barclays Premier League - each side has won twice, with five draws. Liverpool have never won at Stoke in the Premier League, drawing two and losing two of their four visits. Liverpool's biggest away league win at Stoke came in March 1982 when they won 5-1 with Terry Mcdermott, Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness, Sammy Lee and Ronnie Whelan all scoring. The Reds are aiming to record back-to-back ...
Dani Pacheco arrived at Liverpool in the summer of 2007 from Barcelona and was widely regarded as one of the brightest prospects in football. Arriving from the youth system of Barcelona, Pacheco was tipped to take the Premier League by storm. Also known as El Asesino, the Spaniard played for Liverpool Reserves initially and he eventually made his Liverpool debut in a Champions League game against Fiorentina as a second half substitute for Alberto Aquilani in late 2009. He further made six more appearances taking his tally to seven first team appearances however failing to score in any of them but he did provide an assist in a Europa League game against Unirea Urziceni. As far his international career is concerned, Pacheco won the Golden Boot at the 2010 UEFA European Under 19 Football Championship scoring 4 goals. So the question which arises in my mind is that why isn’t he playing more games for Liverpool? Why is he always left on the bench? Rafa Benitez, Roy Hodgson and Kenny Dalglish, all of them hav ...
Liverpool - Liverpool winger Stewart Downing finally ended his Premier League goal drought as the Reds swept to a 4-0 victory over Fulham at Anfield on Saturday. Downing had gone 44 league matches without a goal since joining from Aston Villa in a £20 million deal in 2011 that has been widely ridiculed as a major mistake by then Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish. Brendan Rodgers, who replaced Dalglish at Anfield in the close- season, had fared no better with the under-achieving England international and Downing last week revealed he has been told he can leave the club. But the 28-year-old started against Fulham and seized the chance to put himself in the shop window. After Martin Skrtel lashed in Liverpool's opener early in the first half, Downing set up England captain Steven Gerrard for the second goal with a fine pass and then bagged the third himself after the break. It was just his fifth goal for Liverpool, the others coming in the FA Cup and Europa League, and his first in the top-flight since he score ...
Brendan Rodgers has declared that short-term pain will lead to long-term gain at Liverpool and has praised the club's board for being prepared to give him time. - Pacheco looks to Suso for inspiration - Blog: Early qualification awaits - Blog: Benitez's changing portrait Rodgers was dismayed to learn that his former club Chelsea had sacked manager Roberto Di Matteo on Wednesday, less than six months after he led them to the Champions League title. Having replaced Kenny Dalglish at Anfield in June, Liverpool boss Rodgers had a testing start, picking up just two points from his first five Premier League matches as the club slipped to 18th place. A run of seven league matches unbeaten since then has given cause for optimism, although only three of those have been won. Liverpool have climbed to 11th place, and even though they are eight points adrift of a Champions League spot, Rodgers is hopeful of challenging for a top-four finish. But he is glad that chairman Tom Werner and principal owner John W Henry are ...
Swansea City defender Ashley Williams has revealed that he had to fight back the urge to hit Liverpool forward Luis Suarez when the sides met at Anfield last season. The Swans, led by now-Reds boss Brendan Rodgers, earned a creditable 0-0 draw against Kenny Dalglish's men, frustrating the hosts by keeping possession impressively. But, writing in his new book, My Premier League Diary, the 28- year-old admitted he almost lost his cool with the Uruguay international. "He dived more than any other player I've played against before – it was so bad I was genuinely shocked," he wrote. "Throughout the game, he just dived down and screamed at any given moment. "Suarez has that aura about him that says, 'I'm untouchable', and his manner and behaviour made me want to knock him out. "I'd go as far as to say that the manner in which he approached the game, with utter contempt for us all, means that he's streets ahead of any player I've truly disliked since I've been in the Premier League." The defender further under ...
No English manager has won the Premier League; the five managers to have won the title comprise two Scots (Alex Ferguson (Manchester United, 11 wins) and Kenny Dalglish (Blackburn Rovers, one win), a Frenchman (Arsène Wenger, Arsenal, three wins), an Italian (Carlo Ancelotti, Chelsea, one win), and a Portuguese (José Mourinho, Chelsea, two wins).
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will host his former club Swansea in the Fourth Round of the Capital One Cup. Rodgers left the Swans in the summer after guiding them to top-half finish in the Premier League last season and replaced ousted manager Kenny Dalglish at Anfield. Manchester United have a tough away trip to Stamford Bridge to take on European Champions Chelsea, who beat Wolves 6-0 in the previous round. Sunderland face local rivals Middlesbrough in a North East derby, while Arsenal head to Reading for an all Premier League clash. League Two Bradford, the lowest ranked club left in the competition, face Wigan at the DW Stadium. ESPN Sport.
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With a crazy last 12 hours of the transfer market still to go, I would like to declare my right to retract everything I say in this column on Saturday morning. By then, I might be well and truly exposed for writing *** But for now, with managers playing their hands like poker players and the rest of us outside the casino, this is how I see it. As I see it, I like Liverpool. I like Brendan Rodgers. I like what he appears to be doing, what he appears to be trying. I am not suggesting for a moment that Liverpool fans can wake up on Saturday morning safe in the knowledge that the good days are back, but I think it is a good start. And the irony of that is that, in the transfer market, he seems to be going out of his way to unpick all the stitching that Kenny Dalglish left behind. The popularity curve of Andy Carroll seems to have been rising and falling like a heartbeat these last two years, but having persuaded West Ham to come up with a reasonable offer, then it is clearly a move firmly in the directi ...
Liverpool are challengers for the Premier League title, according to Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini. Brendan Rodgers PA PhotosBrendan Rodgers: Faces City on Sunday Mancini takes his City side to Anfield on Sunday to face a team who finished 37 points behind his Premier League champions last season and who lost at West Bromwich Albion last Saturday. But the Italian believes that a change of manager on Merseyside, with Brendan Rodgers replacing Kenny Dalglish, and the quality in the squad means they could end Liverpool's 22-year wait for a 19th title. He explained: "I think Liverpool will fight for the title this year because they bought good players, they have a good manager, they change their style of play." Rodgers' reign got off to a slow start at The Hawthorns, but Mancini, whose side drew at Anfield in both the Premier League and the Carling Cup last season, is anticipating an awkward afternoon. He said: "Every game we play at Anfield is really tough. For us it will be a difficult game. Also ...
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Tables 17m pounds For Carroll ! Sky Sports sources understand West Ham United have made a £17m bid to sign Liverpool striker Andy Carroll. The Premier League new-boys are said to have offered to pay an initial £2m loan fee before sealing a permanent deal next summer. If they are successful it would be a record signing for the Hammers, dwarfing the £9m they paid for Savio Nsereko in January 2009. Liverpool are thought to be willing to listen to offers for the permanent sale of Carroll, who they signed from Newcastle in a record £35m deal under Kenny Dalglish in January 2011.IRE O.
John Henry: "Poor Premier League form since January Was the reason for Kenny Dalglish departure, not the Luis Suarez affair."
Arsenal FC | The home Of the beautiful football wrote: Did you Know ? An English manager has never won the Premier league !!! Alex Ferguson has won 12 Premier League titles, but he's a Scot. Arsenal's French coach Arsene Wenger, Chelsea's Portguese coach Jose Mourinho and Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, and Blackburn's Scottish coach Kenny Dalglish have also managed teams to titles. yash
Liverpool are reportedly closing on a deal for Fulham forward Clint Dempsey as Brendan Rodgers sets about reinforcing the Reds squad he inherited from Kenny Dalglish.
Harry Redknapp's sacking from Tottenham illustrates the 'circle of life' among Premier League managers this summer, with Kenny Dalglish also leaving while Roberto Di Matteo & Brendan Rodgers secure big jobs... Circle of life: Redknapp out of options after Tottenham as Di Matteo symbolises young man's game
New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told talkSPORT that his aim is to win the Premier League with the club. It has been 22 years since the side last lifted the league title with the likes of Roy Evans, Gerard Houllier, Rafael Benitez and Kenny Dalglish all failing to bring the trophy back to Anfield. The club have also been out of the Premier League's top four for the last three seasons and although initially the aim is to get back into that elite group, and the Champions League, Rodgers firmly has his sights set on winning the club their 19th title, but he admits that could take some time. He told the Weekend Sports Breakfast: "I think [the aim is] just trying to keep making forward steps. The team finished eighth last season but I would say they were better than that - and that's no disrespect to anyone. "It's just about taking steps forward. Liverpool as a club should be in that Champions League but it's not just that. The aim for Liverpool can't just be fourth. It has to be number one but that's ...
Brendan Rodgers raises possiblity of Kenny Dalglish returning to Liverpool - Premier League, Footbal
Brendan Rodgers has been unveiled as the new Liverpool manager, replacing Kenny Dalglish who was sacked after a disappointing eighth-place finish in the Premier League, despite reaching the FA Cup and League Cup finals.
Chelsea Make One Last Attempt to ‘Seduce’ Pep Guardiola Former Nou Camp boss appears ready to make return to football earlier than first thought. Chelsea to make Pep Guardiola another offer as outgoing Barcelona coach hints at quick return to management Pep Guardiola appears increasingly keen on working in the Premier League when he returns to management, with Roman Abramovich set to make one more effort to bring him to Chelsea this summer. The 41 year-old took charge of his last game as Barcelona coach last night, the Spanish Cup against Athletic Bilbao, and is understood to be wavering on his announcement that he will take a season’s sabbatical. Guardiola has long harboured an interest in working in England and Liverpool have also inquired about his availability as they search for a successor to Kenny Dalglish. Interestingly, Guardiola travelled to Paris recently to have lunch with Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, now in charge of Paris St-Germain, to ask him about what it was like working ...
Premier League - Liverpool 'make Martinez offer' Owner Dave Whelan says Wigan Athletic's Roberto Martinez has been "made an offer" by Liverpool's American owners, who are searching for a new manager after sacKing Kenny Dalglish. Martinez flew to Miami after holidaying in Barbados to meet Liverpool's principle owner John Henry and, according to Whelan, is set for a second meeting on Tuesday. "He had a very constructive meeting. They made an offer and he has agreed to consider it," Whelan said on Sky Sports. The Wigan manager has won plaudits for keeping the modest north-west side in the Premier League for the last three seasons and for playing an open, expansive brand of passing football. The Spaniard is odds-on favourite to succeed Dalglish in the Anfield hotseat after the Scot was sacked following a lacklustre Premier League campaign where they finished eighth. A League Cup triumph and FA Cup Final appearance did not spare him. Whelan questioned whether his manager would accept the job should he be asked ...
by James Pearce, Liverpool Echo ANFIELD legend John Barnes believes Liverpool's owners must put in place the right long-term plan or the club could face another two decades waiting to win the Premier League title. Principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner are leading Fenway Sports Group's quest to find Kenny Dalglish's successor.
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Manchester United legend Roy Keane has blamed senior Liverpool players - including Steven Gerrard - for the club's decision to sack manager Kenny Dalglish.
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Liverpool's owners are preparing to formally approach Andre Villas-Boas as they seek a replacement for Kenny Dalglish, while the prospect of them meeting Brendan Rodgers, the Swansea City manager, has not been ruled out.
6) Who scored the winner for Liverpool when they won the cup at Wembley in 1978? Kenny Dalglish 7) Which current Premier League manager was dropped from the Nottingham Forest side for the 1979 final against Malmo because Brian Clough was unsure about his fitness? Martin O'Neill 8) Which England international played for Hamburg, against Forest in the 1980 final? Kevin Keegan 9) Who was Aston Villa manager when they won the 1982 final? Tony Barton 10) Who scored Bayern Munich's goal against Manchester United in the 1999 final? Mario Basler 11) Roy Keane and Paul Scholes were both suspended from the final - can you name the midfield four that started the final? Jesper Blomqvist, Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Ryan Giggs 12) Four men who appeared for the Liverpool in the 2005 final are currently playing in the Premier League - name them. Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard, John Arne Riise and Djibril Cisse 13) Name the three players who scored for Liverpool in the penalty shoot-out. Didi Hamman, Djibril Cisse and ...
Liverpool have put Pep Guardiola’s name on a wide-ranging shortlist of candidates to succeed Kenny Dalglish. Ex-England boss Fabio Capello, who has his sights on Chelsea, is also set to feature as Liverpool look to back up the bold claim they can attract the world’s best managers. Approaches have already been made to up-and-coming Premier League bosses Roberto Martinez of Wigan and Swansea’s impressive Brendan Rodgers. The Anfield hierarchy have wasted no time in beginning their search and as many as eight names are set to feature on the list. The moves follow a conference call involving owner John W Henry, chairman Tom Werner and Managing Director Ian Ayre, who insists Liverpool remains one of the “biggest jobs in the world”. Guardiola has just begun a year’s sabbatical after leaving Barcelona and has resisted overtures from Chelsea, but Liverpool feel it would be a mistake not to test the water. There are already links with Guardiola at Anfield with the Spaniard’s brother, Pere, the agent ...
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Ian Ayre insists Liverpool had no choice but to sack Kenny Dalglish because results did not match up to the club's long-term expectations.,.."No-one is saying we didn't enjoy winning the Carling Cup and getting to the FA Cup Final but ultimately the backbone of football now is the Premier League and European football at the highest level...
Kenny Dalglish sacking prompted by poor results in the Premier League, says Liverpool executive Ian Ayre
English Premier League Updates wrote: :*Arsenal & Liverpool target Belhanda wants to stay in France.* Andre Villas-Boas, Borussia, Juergen Klopp and Didier Deschamps among the candidates to replace Kenny Dalglish.*Man United set to match City's bid for RVP.*Man City want Fernando Llorente.gud
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Andy Hunter: One wonders what will happen to Kenny Dalglish's successor should Liverpool endure another tough season outside the top four of the Premier League
London: Liverpool’s owner sacked the club’s manager Kenny Dalglish (King Kenny) on Wednesday after bad Premier League season. The decision has its roots in the fact Liverpool was 37 points behind the winners Manchester City. Dalglish was given more than 159 million dollars to spend in the transfer market since he took over from the sacked Roy Hodgson in 2011, AFP reported. Liverpool’s previous managers like Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing, Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam also could not work well. “Fenway Sports Group and Liverpool Football Club announce that Kenny Dalglish is to leave his post today as manager after having his contract terminated,” a joint statement said. “After a careful and deliberative review of the season the club came to the decision that a change was appropriate. It is not a decision that was reached lightly or hastily. The search for a new manager will begin immediately.” However, the club win this season League Cup, but Chelsea beat them with ease in the FA Cup Final ...
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Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group have confirmed Kenny Dalglish has been sacked as the club's manager.
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GOODBYE King Kenny . . I know its been a bad time in the Premier League this season and he's had other things to deal with, but Kenny Dalglish did win the Carling Cup and ledus to the FA Cup Final. He should have had another season at least. The man's a Kop legend !
Liverpool have have sacked manager Kenny Dalglish following the club's worst-ever finish to a Premier League season. The 61-year-old received his marching orders after flying to Boston on Monday to hold showdown talks with Liverpool’s owners FSG. Dalglish masterminded his side’s League Cup success this year - the club’s first trophy since 2006 - but failed to secure a top-four finish having been allowed to invest over £100 millon on new players since he returned to the club in January 2011. Liverpool ended their Premier League campaign in ninth-place, a worst-ever finish for the club since the formation of the league 20 years ago. In addition, their points tally of 52 points marked the poorest return since the 1953-54 season when the club were relegated from the old First Division. The Reds' claimed just six league wins at Anfield all season, the worst record at home in a league season since 1948-49. Dalglish, along with director of football Damien Comolli, have been criticised for the inflated tra ...
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Kenny Dalglish sacked? Yeh because a new manager is what you need to become premier league champions isn't it Liverpool? Especially when you have quality players like Stewart Downing & Andy Carroll! :-S
A fortuitous League Cup/Carling Cup win for Liverpool against Cardiff City was not enough to keep Kenny Dalglish at the club and rightfully so.Liverpool's Premier League performance this season was just shambolic.
I'm so sorry for Alex Mcleish and Kenny Dalglish. They are very good Scottish managers in the Premier League. I miss you guys so much xxx
Breaking news: Kenny Dalglish sacked by Liverpool  By David Maddock | Kenny Dalglish has been sacked by Liverpool. The Scot has had his contract as manager terminated by club owners FSG this afternoon because of disappointing Premier League results.  The move comes after Dalglish flew to the USA for a summit meeting in Boston with club owners John Henry and Tom Werner. Henry and Werner were expected on Meyseyside later this week to review the Reds' season and plan the way ahead but Dalglish decided to fly to America to hasten the process.  Despite winning the Carling Cup, Henry and Werner are disappointed by Liverpool's failure to get close to a Champions League place.
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The rumour mill is on overdrive this afternoon with the news that Kenny Dalglish is no longer the Liverpool manager Dalglish is set to finish his post as Liverpool manager today after talks last night in the US, where Dalglish spoke with the owners of the club. After a poor season by the clubs standards and the large sums of money spent for very little return his position was always in doubt. Liverpool finished in eighth position in this year’s Premier League which means that they have to settle for a place in the Europa League courtesy of their Carling Cup win, which is deemed unacceptable by the clubs owners. Daglish is still held high in the opinions of the Liverpool fans, but the low league finish means that his time as the manager could come to a close today. It is believed that he will be offered a role on the board of the club, but his position of manager will be finished. There are suggestions that Roberto Martinez could be the successor to the post with Paddy Power making him 3/1 to be the next ...
Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt revealed he is becoming increasingly frustrated at Anfield after struggling to see first-team action undermanager Kenny Dalglish. Kuyt scored just two goals in 26 Premier League appearances this season, with Reds boss Dalglish leaving the 31-year-old on the bench for large periods. However, Kuyt feels he is good enough to play on a more regular basis. "Under this manager I don't have the feeling any more that he will put me in the side every week," Kuyt was quoted as telling The Sun."I'm under no illusion about playing every week. But I believe I am still good enough to play for Liverpool every week. "Last season I was scoring goals all over the place. But this season the manager bought three players who all played in my position. In the rotation system he used, I never found myrhythm again and never felt my old self." His agent, Rob Jansen, added in Votelbal International: "We have already spoken to several interested parties, but no decisions have been taken yet. If Dalglish ...
Liverpool are reportedly considering making a move for out of favour Man United striker Dimitar Berbatov. Kenny Dalglish is looking to beef up his Anfield attacking options but still has faith in Andy Carroll to deliver the goods in the long term and is therefore looking for an experienced back-up options with a proven Premier League record and sees a move for the Bulgarian international as a viable option.
krtel to stun Liverpool by asking for Anfield exit this summer. The Slovakia international has two years remaining on his current deal but is keen to move on in search of Champions League football after a disappointing campaign on Merseyside The no-nonsense defender, signed from Zenit St Petersburg in January 2008, has become an outstanding performer for Kenny Dalglish's side during a largely unspectacular campaign. Skrtel's partnership with Daniel Agger has been key to Liverpool boasting one of the best defensive records in the Premier League but now appears intent on leaving Merseyside. The 27-year-old enjoys a cult following among Reds fans but has grown disenfranchised with a lack of progression at the club over the past 12 months, despite a significant outlay by owners Fenway Sports Group. February's League Cup victory has offered scant consolation for Liverpool's failure to qualify for next season's Champions League, which was the primary target for Kenny Dalglish set by the club's American owners l ...
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Midfielder Yaya Toure wants to lead Manchester City to world domination. THE SUN Manchester United have told the FA Ryan Giggs is the only over-age player they will release for the Olympics. THE SUN Roman Abramovich is refusing to accept defeat in his attempts to persuade Pep Guardiola to be the next Chelsea manager. THE TIMES Mark Hughes is in line for a £1m bonus if he keeps QPR in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday with a result that could also stop his former club Man City winning the title. DAILY MAIL Stale Solbakken to be named the new manager of Wolves. The sacked Cologne coach met owner Steve Morgan for an interview and has agreed to become *** McCarthy's successor. DAILY MAIL Kop chiefs are ready to let Kenny Dalglish carry on as Liverpool boss - but with a vastly- reduced budget for signings. Daily Mirror Yaya Toure has claimed that Manchester City are capable of becoming "bigger than any club in the world" if they secure their first league title in 44 years on Sunday. TELEGRAPH Police in P ...
Carroll grateful for support: Liverpool striker Andy Carroll has thanked Kenny Dalglish for sticking by...
Liverpool striker Andy Carroll thanked manager Kenny Dalglish for sticking by him during what he accepts has been a personally disappointing season. Carroll has enjoyed an upturn in form lately, turning in an impressive cameo in the FA Cup Final
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Rampant reds gained revenge on blues yesterday with a 4-1 victory to record their biggest win of the season. Kenny Dalglish's side were as energetic and irresistible in the first half as they had been lethargic and wasteful for an hour at Wembley. Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo had virtually accepted his side could not qualify for the Champions League with a top-four place by naming an understrength team with eight changes from Saturday, with his sights now set on a Champions League final. Di Matteo's acceptance could be as a result of the difficult prediction that all arsenal, Tothenham, and Newcastle could loose their last premier league matches in a final premier league showdown. But even if he had put out the side who did so well for 60 minutes on Saturday it is debatable whether they would have been able to resist as the Reds scored four in the league for the first time since the 5-2 win at Fulham a year and a day ago. Nevertheless, by my estimation and cost benefit analysis, it is more profitable ...
- Kenny Dalglish confirmed that both Enrique and Gerrard are injured but they are not serious. - Fernando Torres has a strong record in front of goal at Anfield in his Premier League era; netting every 90 mins on average there.
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this if you have won as many premier league medals as Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres and Kenny Dalglish combined.
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AZ Alkmaar man on his way to Anfield. Liverpool have reportedly agreed an £8 million deal to sign Swedish midfielder Rasmus Elm from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar. The 24 year old has scored 10 goals in his last 17 games for the Eredivisie club this season, convincing Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish to make a move.It is reported that Elm will move to Anfield on a five-year contract wortha £40,000 a week. The Reds manager even made a trip to Holland towatch Elm play against Feyenoord on Sunday. However, Dalglish was left disappointed since the player was absent ashis wife went into labour but that did not affect the deal going through. SOURCE: IB Times If this source is to be believed then Liverpool may well have done a good bit of business here. Rasmus Elm is a talented attack minded midfielder who could add moreof a goal-threat for the Anfield side than the players Kenny Dalglish currently has on hand in his position. The 24 year old Swedish international has had an excellent season at AZ Alkmaar and has been tr ...
Luis Suarez netted a stunning hat-trick as Liverpool warmed up for the FA Cup Final with a comfortable 3-0 win at Norwich. The Uruguayan struck twice in the space of four minutes midway through the first half to put the Reds in command. After Norwich - who are all but secure of a place in the Premier League heading into their final two games - rallied briefly, Suarez completed his treble eight minutes from time with an audacious lob from just inside the Norwich half to give Kenny Dalglish's men the perfect tonic ahead of their Wembley date with Champions League finalists Chelsea next Saturday. Reds captain Steven Gerrard had been restored to the starting XI after being rested for last weekend's disappointing home defeat by West Brom which was a seventh in 10 Premier League games. The Carrow Road pitch had been drenched for several hours, making for testing conditions during the opening exchanges. Norwich winger Anthony Pilkington slipped as he looked to cut back inside after getting clear down the left, b ...
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish insists if AC Milan do not want on-loan Alberto Aquilani then he is happy for the ...
Liverpool have targeted Sweden international Rasmus Elm as Kenny Dalglish looks to rebuild his side. The Anfield club have struggled in the Premier League this season.
"Kenny Dalglish and Roy Hodgson now both have one Premier League victory each at Anfield in 2012"
Roy Hodgson has won as many Premier League games at Anfield as Kenny Dalglish in 2012.
1. Kenny Dalglish and Roy Hodgson have the same number of Premier League wins at Anfield in 2012.
Roy Hodgson's West Brom completed the ultimate smash-and-grab raid to record their first win at Anfield for 45 years as Liverpool dominated but dropped yet more points at home. Had the hosts converted all their chances they would probably have made it into double figures but their season-long goalscoring problems cost them dearly once again. Baggies manager Hodgson, sacked by Liverpool in January last year after a disappointing six months in charge, will no doubt have taken great satisfaction on his first return to his former club. Kenny Dalglish, the man who replaced him, will be wondering what his side have to do solve their problems in front of goal after twice hitting the woodwork and having a penalty claim rejected in addition to numerous other opportunities. But having not broken West Brom's resistance there was always the risk of punishment and it was duly delivered by Peter Odemwingie 15 minutes from time. Liverpool have now won just one Premier League game at home in 2012 and scored only six goal ...
Kenny Dalglish has been told his job is safe after Damien Comolli was made the scapegoat for Liverpool’s wretched Premier League campaign.
With Pepe Reina and Doni suspended for the FA Cup semi-final, who should Kenny Dalglish play in goal for Liverpool: Brad Jones or Jose Enrique? The numbers above - courtesy of sozzled statistician Optics Joe - suggest the Spaniard should be favourite, as he remains the only Premier League goalkeeper...
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Liverpool's woeful Premier League form continued as Kenny Dalglish's side needed a late goal to rescue a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa at Anfield. And still kenny keeps his job
Buzz: Time running out for Liverpool and Kenny Dalglish - Martin Samuel
Can't believe Kenny Dalglish is coming under so much fire. Liverpool won the Carling Cup and may yet win the FA Cup! Premier League stinks!
Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson does not believe manager Kenny Dalglish is facing the sack, but has conceded his former team-mate needs to start winning some Premier League games.
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Coming up we preview today's games in the Premier League including a return to Newcastle for Kenny Dalglish, Andy Carroll & Jose Enrique
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