Showing posts with label Dalglish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dalglish. Show all posts

Friday, June 1, 2012

Will Liverpool bronco buck Rodgers?

The search appears to be over: Liverpool look set to name Brendan Rodgers as their new manager on Thursday after the Swansea boss was granted permission to speak to the Anfield side.
The former Reading and Watford man will be charged with the task of making the Merseyside club a Champions League force again - something both the legendary Kenny Dalglish and current England boss Roy Hodgson failed to do.

Can Rodgers stay in his seat long enough to return Liverpool to their former glory? Or will the Anfield horse bolt once again?
 

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Kenny walks alone

Not even his legendary status at Liverpool could save Kenny Dalglish from the axe on Wednesday as Fenway Sports Group decided that enough was enough.

The Scot paid the price for his side's disastrous Premier League form despite triumph in the League Cup, finishing below rivals Everton for the first time since 2004-05 and winning only six league games at Anfield.
So now 'King Kenny' must leave his crown behind as he sings a slightly different tune to that old Kop favourite...

Monday, April 16, 2012

'Donkey' Carroll wins the derby by a head

A late header from Andy Carroll earned Liverpool a 2-1 victory against city rivals Everton and a place in the FA Cup final versus the winner of the other semi-final between Chelsea and Tottenham.
It was a rare demonstration of the 23-year-old's scoring abilities, as the former Newcastle United striker has, at times, failed to justify his hefty €41 million price tag. But in the Liverpool derby, Carroll's strike proved decisive - a goal he celebrated like he had won the famous Grand National.


Bombs away!

The 2011-12 season promised so much for Liverpool. The permanent appointment of Kenny Dalglish in the Anfield hot seat, coupled with the hiring of former Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli and over €120 million (£100m) being splashed out on new players since the Frenchman's arrival 15 months ago seemed to be the right way of going about things following the dismal reign of Tom Hicks and George Gillett.

However, despite lifting the League Cup in February, the plan has gone into disarray. The Reds suffered their worst form in over 50 years after a run of six defeats in seven matches, while many of their new signings have failed to justify their hefty price tags. But with the God-like status of 'King Kenny' on Merseyside, Comolli appears to have been earmarked as the fall guy. Question is, will he now be walking alone at the club ...?

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Liverpool trip up after comedy of errors

It was a day to forget for Kenny Dalglish and his Liverpool side as they went down 2-0 to Champions League-chasing Newcastle at St. James' Park on Sunday.
In a comedy of errors that encapsulated the Mersysiders' entire campaign, Andy Carroll was booked early on for diving when he had already rounded Magpies keeper Tim Krul. Pepe Reina was then sent off late on for a headbutt on James Perch, which resulted in left-back Jose Enrique pulling on the gloves.

Dour Scot Dalglish was left exasperated at the final whistle, as his side look to have let Champions League football - much like Carroll - slip from under them for another year.
 

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

TIMES in the Premier League

hello there
this cartoon is about both Manchester teams wins this year; Man Utd for the league, and Man City for the cup
in the past Liverpool used to see themselves in an upper level on Man Utd cos they had more leagues, but this year Man Utd broke this thing
and in another hand Man Utd used to disgrace City of not winning any trophy, even they built a clock that counts how many years that City is out of trophies

Thursday, April 21, 2011

A Gift from the Enemy

this cartoon is about Liverpool and Arsenal game
which ended 1-1
and make the gap of points bigger between Man Utd and Arsenal
here is Alex Ferguson is flying, and Dalglish catching Wenger with a baseball glove