daglish is coach liverpool now
January 11, 2011 7:56am CST
finally daglish become a new coach for liverpool...he replace roy hodgson position.. daglish is liverpool legend...and i think he know about history of liverpool but now current liverpool is so different with old liverpool do you think he can bring liverpool to win EPL again?
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11 Jan 11
The fact that Liverpool isn't performing very well is not only a trainer issue. I cannot believe that they can recover without serious squad changes. Because Benitez and Hodgson are both good trainers, but Liverpool seems to be on a downline recently. This change was only good to make Liverpool fans to believe again. We'll see...
14 Jan 11
I think Liverpool needs a few years (3-4) of team reconstruction. A time for Daglish to be left alone without pressure for immediate results, with the single objective of building a team - bringing young players and making them play like a team. It's not obvious he'll succeed. Let's remember he returned to managing a team after a very long absence in this position. It remains to be seen if he's tuned to the football played nowadays, because hanging on to the old ways may prove fatal for his team. Anyway, I'm glad he didn't start well, allowing Manchester United to go through in the FA Cup!
14 Jan 11
While the fans got what they wanted, Dalgish did not have the start that he wish for. Two games played and two defeats. While fingers are pointing at Hodgson during the poor game, Dalgish did not turn things around immediately. I think the problems lies with the previous owners, Hick and Gillet. The damage they done to the club is very severe and it will take a few season before they can right the wrong. Unlike Hodgson who is never a popular figure, Daglish will have the kop support and will be given time to make things right.
12 Jan 11
I like Kenny Dalglish and think he will be good for Liverpool. The problem I have is with the owners, they will really have to invest in 2 or 3 new players. I am not sure they are going to do that this season. If King Kenny stays on as manager after the end of this season then the owners must invest capital to grow the strength and depth of the football squad. We will wait and see what happens. Have fun.
12 Jan 11
I think the thing with a returning legend is that he will have the full support of the Liverpool fans. Also I think he will get longer time than Roy to build this squad. Also with Dalglish around he will be able to attract better talent to Liverpool. The Liverpool squad now needs a complete rebuild. Gerrard and Carragher are getting too old to build a team around them, so Liverpool needs to start rebuilding around Torres. Let's wait and watch how Dalglish does from here on. Cheers! Ram
11 Jan 11
No i don't think so because Liverpool cant really come back after they are in the mid table of the EPL and the season this year is so competitive that a team of Chelsea's caliber are finding themselves in trouble after they had their bad run of the season,even now they are finding it difficult to win a match. But surely i think new manager will do good to the team because i saw them play against Manchester and they played well against them,so just wish them good luck for the rest of the season.
16 Jan 11
Hi adhyz, Liverpool now is not the same with Liverpool at the yesteryear. And whoever take charge at Liverpool at the moment would face a very high mountain to climb. I do not think Alex Furgason or Jose Mourinho can do anything if they were the one who replace Roy Hodgson. Liverpool today is the team with full of crisis from the players to the management. But they were going to the right direction since the new owner talking over. They still have a full of international in their squad, even though they did not have deep in their reserve. This is where Dalglish need to work at. To find the right player for the right position or if he can bring the youngster from the academic then it would be better. With the help of the new owner (in term of spending money for a new player(s)) and given substantial time, Kenny Dalglish would bring Liverpool to its glory day once again. Long live Liverpool. You will never walk alone.