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Kenny Dalglish may be an Anfield hero, but even among Liverpool fans it's difficult to find those happy with his work this season with the club he was supposed to take back to greatness, given plenty of funds and patience from the American owners. A Carling Cup and a potential FA Cup won't cover up the mess in the Premier League, no matter how you spin it.
Kenny Dalglish watched his Liverpool players delivering one of their worst performances of the season, a 1-0 defeat at Sunderland, the team's third straight Premier League loss. No talk of Champions League, and even the seventh position isn't a done deal, with Sunderland, Stoke, Everton and Fulham all capable of beating Liverpool to the spot at the current rate.
Luis Suarez scored his goal, but didn't shake hands with Patrice Evra prior to the match which worsened the already tense and aggressive atmosphere at Old Trafford, and more importantly, didn't win. Wayne Rooney scored twice within three minutes and came out as the big winner in the Manchester United vs Liverpool encounter thanks to his cool head and awareness.
Manchester United and Liverpool, no matter the table position (which is always United higher up the charts in the last 20 years), is always the most heated big rivalry in the Premier League. With United's title hopes on the line, with Liverpool's European dreams on the line, the Suarez-Evra presence, with Ferguson and Dalglish steering the wheels, we're in for a fiery one.
Liverpool and Manchester United clashes are now compared to wars, or warring countries, as the constant demand for peace, from both sides, mostly due to the events that led to Luis Suarez getting banned for his racial abuse of Patrice Evra, and the way Kenny Dalglish, the Liverpool players and the club have handled the aftermath of the incident.
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