Browsing Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish is the Highest Paid Manager in the Premier League This Season

Posted on 20 Mar, 2013, by in Soccer

Not having a job is sometimes better than actually being employed, if you’re Kenny Dalglish, who was sacked by Liverpool at the end of last season, but will still make more money by the end of this season than any other working manager in the English Premier League. More

Liverpool FC – Can’t Stop Debts From Rising

Posted on 5 Mar, 2013, by in Soccer

If you thought the change of ownership from two years ago has made a huge difference in the way Liverpool are run financially, think again. Despite the FSG way of handling things, the lack of success (meaning Champions League) while adding quite expensive players these last couple of years hasn’t helped. More

The Sexy Managers Calendar of 2013

Posted on 29 Nov, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

What good are football managers if you can’t make fun of them? Whether it’s their physical depiction or something that has to do with their behavior or even a nickname, Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish, Martin Jol, Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Roberto Mancini, Roy Hodgson, Fabio Capello, Harry Redknapp and others get a harsh yet hilarious treatment in the next ‘Sexy Managers Calendar. More

John Henry: FA Cup Wouldn’t Have Saved Kenny Dalglish

Posted on 26 Jul, 2012, by in Soccer

Kenny Dalglish wouldn’t have been able to remain the Liverpool manager even if he’d have won the FA Cup, according to club owner John Henry, saying that the club’s terrible form in the second half of the season resulted in Kenny Dalglish receiving the termination meeting four days after the disappointing campaign ended. More

Brendan Rodgers – The Manager Liverpool Need?

Posted on 31 May, 2012, by in Soccer

Liverpool’s first choice for the manager to succeed Kenny Dalglish was Brendan Rodgers, but he turned down the initial offer. Maybe it was money, maybe he wasn’t yet convinced. Two weeks later, after the rumor mill circled around all potential and imaginary candidate, Rodgers is the man who gets the job. More

Liverpool Managers Since the Last Title in 1990

Posted on 18 May, 2012, by in Featured

A lot has changed since Kenny Dalglish’s last league title (1990) with Liverpool till his return, which lasted 18 months, and produced only a Carling Cup. Liverpool haven’t won a league title for 22 years, coming relatively close twice, under foreign manager. More

Kenny Dalglish, Right Man, Wrong Era

Posted on 17 May, 2012, by in Soccer

When did it go wrong for Kenny Dalglish? Where? From the overpriced and underachieving new arrivals during the summer; The Luis Suarez saga, which might have been the worst part of the season for Liverpool and its owners; or was it doomed from the start; A manager who’s best days were behind him, failing to recreate better days in different times? More

Liverpool & Chelsea Flunk Their FA Cup Final Rehearsal

Posted on 3 May, 2012, by in Soccer

Chelsea did have something to play for on Wednesday night, but succumbed to two brilliant strikes from Papiss Cisse. Liverpool didn’t have anything to play for against Fulham at home. They haven’t had anything to play for in the league for a while now. Both teams, but Especially Liverpool, have a lot riding on this FA Cup final. More

Andy Carroll And the Long Road Out of Flop-Ville

Posted on 15 Apr, 2012, by in Soccer

Andrew Carroll has been through a lot since signing with Liverpool on January 2011, after being purchased for £35 million from Newcastle. Consistency and goalscoring have mostly eluded him during his time at Anfield, but it seems that with a little help, everything might be coming together for the 23 year old striker. More

Did Comolli Take a Liverpool Bullet for Kenny Dalglish

Posted on 12 Apr, 2012, by in Soccer

Kenny Dalglish has done a bad job this season at Liverpool. Most would agree that if it was someone else at the helm, say, Roy Hodgson, he would have been fired already. And Roy Hodgson was fired. Instead, director of football Damien Comolli, 16 months after into the job, left his position, reaching the decision, reportedly, by mutual consent. More