Found May 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Kenny Dalglish
Don't call Liverpool a "Cup Team" in front of Kenny Dalglish. Despite LFC's struggles in the Premier League, the LFC manager thinks winning cups is an important gauge of the club's progress, according to LiverpoolFC.tv. "Any competition you enter you want to do the best you possibly can in," Dalglish said. "In the league it is 38 games and at the end you finish in a position which tells you how successful it has been. In cup competitions there are obviously not as many games and if you get beaten you are out." Liverpool was involved in three separate competitions...
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