Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by 032Devil, Jan 8, 2011.
He looks like he's constantly hangover.
Dalglish defending Suarez again, this time for diving.
I think Dalglish should look at his own comments regarding Evra before he hints at the FA acting against managers talking about players!
He really is a parody of himself. It's beyond belief the amount of bullshit he's come out with over the last week.
I wonder in a few years time, will he realize that he destroyed his reputation all for the sake of pathetic scrote of a human being.
I'm impressed journalists can transcribe Dalglish's comments with that degree of comprehension - his accent is difficult enough to deal with but slurring words also must make the job very difficult indeed; perhaps the most difficult aspect of a modern football journalists' job is reporting on comments by Dalglish.
I really hope they keep him at Pool for a few more years - but they won't. He'll bottle it as usual.
I must say I find Fergie more difficult to understand than Dalglish.
Always felt he would leave before Ferguson does. Remember the campaigns just to get him in as permanent manager last season? He milked it.
Diving is a foul, Wenger is simply asking for an accurate application of the rules, and he also mentioned Suarez has a tendency to commit this particular foul. Dalglish likes nothing better than to beg for penalties, which is asking for, in his opinion, a more accurate application of the rules.
5 points in 2012.
According to Kenny, form doesnt actually matter in football.
Kenny's radio interview just a few moments ago sounded very slurred. Told to keep up.
Dalglish delighted after 3rd Gerrard goal:
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I honestly can't believe he's blaming bad luck yet again. Is he just taking the piss out of the journalists, as usual?
Nothing to do with shite defending then? Alrighty, Kenny. Time for your pills.
Time to change the thread title to King Kenny Sack Watch yet??
Daglish is a jerk. He couldn't be more bellicose without a pint of whiskey in him.
He can't and wont be sacked.
I might get laughed at this but i think Kenny Daglish has done well.
I don't think the wastefullness/lack of finishing from Liverpool players should be attributed to the manager.
Lots of time that i have watched Liverpool, they have actually performed well and just fecked up when it came to finishing.
Plus their defence has been solid.
It's his comments & transfer business that irks me though.
And the PR nightmare and general despicable behavior of Dalglish during Evragate.
Its an impossible job. They've been a cup team for ages. Its eerie how it mirrors what we used to be like. We went through a fair few managers before we finally got SAF, and even then he needed a few years to change things around. They need someone who can come in and change the entire mentality of the club. And they need to give him 100% trust and a lot of time.
Easier said than done in this day and age. I'm not even sure if Kenny's up for something like that, keep getting the feeling he'll feck off once things truly go tits up.
And that man certainly isn't Dalglish.
C'mon guys, you don't need to win league games and have CL football when you can celebrate new sponsor deals
Is there a Keep Kenny At Pool acronym going 'round yet?!
Given the recent saga where he was instrumental in condoning racism surely there is no need to even change the old acronym
Keep Racist At Pool
Did you see his 5-4-1 system at home to Stoke last month, now the players had feck all to do with that car crash.
aside from when he had Barnes, Beardsley, Houghton and Aldridge at his disposal, KD has always struck me as a negative manager. Always on the defence, whether its on or off the pitch. Must be a pleasure being around the sour faced miserable git
He was positive at Blackburn but then awful and negative for his stint at Newcastle.
So I am not sure what he is
In a lot of the games I've watched they've been the better team but not done nearly enough to win them. They usually start brightly and then lapse into making it too comfortable for the opposition.
You say the finishing is the problem, but it's not like they're creating bucket loads of chances each time. Maybe three or four decent ones. Plus, when the manager spends £60m on a strikeforce, it kind of is his fault if his team can't put their chances away. Much more his fault than anyone elses in fact.
The theory I've heard from dipper fans is they weren't "his" signings, but I've not seen anything to back that up yet.
I think they have created enough chances which if had been half capitalized on, would have been enough to atleast convert most of their home draws into wins.
I remember opposition keepers awarded MOM at anfield, whenever there was a draw.
I had like to give Daglish some benefit of doubt that he has come after a long time out of management. Game has changed a lot and PL has changed a lot since he last managed a team.
I think we should judge Daglish next season. So far he has got them play a better football compared to the borefest that Rafa & Woy gave us.
I don't buy that Daglish didn't have a say in those transfers. Surely he must have had contribution in deciding over the sale of Torres, and purchase of his replacement.
Daglish was in and around the club throughout last 2 seasons & was appointed as manager on 8th January. No way American owners who know nothing about football would have made the decisions.
Edit - Just realised it is Dalglish, not Daglish. Apologies.
No, there is a Keep King Kenny though.
It was the same under Hodgson. They created chances and didn't score.
Seems the blame went to the manager then. And it should now.
Keep King Kenny wll probably make Suarez feel at home.
You are such an obvious dipper.
They did. Specifically Maxi who would miss 2 easy chances a game.
The part about them not creating lots of chances is actually true in some cases, but at the same time, there finishing hasn't helped at all either. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think they actually have the poorest conversion rate in the league, or one of the worst conversion rates in the league.
You're right that it's the managers fault for that though. He's spent a lot on strikers, however hasn't bought one clinical finisher who they can rely on to score goals. Suarez can score, but he's better at playing in behind the main striker and creating. He's not been given the chance to do that though because they've got no one else to put up top instead. That man should've been Carroll, but then Dalglish wasted that £35m on him.
They were clueless under Hudgson. Just because there were couple of chances doesn't mean they were playing well.
They are playing much better football now.
They're better than under Hodgson, but not infinitely.
For all the debate over Suarez, he's hardly the problem. The issue is the centre of midfield without a shadow of a doubt. It's incredibly lacking in so many ways.
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