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Sacked Dalglish backs Liverpool owners

Sacked Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has given his backing to owners Fenway Sports Group. The iconic Anfield figure had his contract terminated on Wednesday following a season which saw the club lift the Carling Cup and reach the FA Cup final, but endure their worst league points return since 1953/54. Dalglish felt he still had plenty of work to do and despite many fans'...
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May 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Liverpool have sacked Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool have terminated the contract of manager Kenny Dalglish, owners Fenway Sports Group and the club have confirmed. The announcement comes just 24 hours after the Scot returned from a meeting with principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner in the United States. Dalglish paid the price for failing to close the gap on the top four with the Reds finishing eighth despite...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Fenway Sports Group and Liverpool FC Part Company With Manager Kenny Dalglish

Fenway Sports Group and Liverpool FC announced Wednesday that they will part company with manager Kenny Dalglish. As the club begins its search for a new manager, its owners paid tribute to Dalglish. The press release appears in full below: Fenway Sports Group (FSG) and Liverpool Football Club announced that Kenny Dalglish is to leave his post today as manager after having his contract...
May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Liverpool silent over Dalglish rumors

Liverpool are refusing to comment on reports that manager Kenny Dalglish has left the club. Dalglish and assistant Steve Clarke are known to have flown to the United States for talks with the club's owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner. And numerous reports on Tuesday afternoon suggested Dalglish has left the club. Liverpool suffered their 14th defeat of a hugely disappointing...
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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Kenny Dalglish Jets to Boston to Begin Liverpool's End-of-Season Review

Kenny Dalglish has flown to Boston, Mass. to begin Liverpool's season-ending review process. The LFC manager is in town to meet with Fenway Sports Group. He is expected to submit a written report about the season that concluded Sunday, according to the Independent. Dalglish is joined on the trip by his top assistant, first-team coach Steve Clarke. The Boston trip was unexpected...
May 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Kenny Dalglish Deserves More Time to Succeed as Liverpool FC Manager

Liverpool's strange, contradictory season has come to a close, and manager Kenny Dalglish is under fire. The captain steered the barge into port, and it has taken an obvious pounding during the long voyage. But it also snagged a nice catch along the way. Dalglish has brought a sense of unity and stability to Liverpool that has helped the club endure some of the roughest of times...
May 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Dalglish coy over transfer plans

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is only looking to strengthen over the summer and has no plans to sell any of the current squad. The only confirmed departure from Anfield will be defender Fabio Aurelio, whose contract expires next month, while the futures of the likes of Joe Cole and Alberto Aquilani, on loan at Lille and AC Milan respectively, have yet to be decided. But Dalglish...
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May 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Damien Comolli's Departure Leaves Kenny Dalglish Holding Liverpool's Deck of Cards

Soccer is a results-oriented business, and there are consequences when the results don't meet expectations. Liverpool FC's disappointing league campaign prompted the club to make drastic changes in its management team, which have left Kenny Dalglish as the last man standing. On Thursday, LFC parted ways with director of football Damien Comolli (his exit was followed by that...
April 12, 2012  |  Discuss

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