Dal­glish tells Liver­pool: I’ll be your boss

Daily Mail - - Martin Samuel - by MATT LAWTON and JOHN ED­WARDS

KENNY DAL­GLISH has put him­self for­ward for the Liver­pool man­ager’s job af­ter telling the An­field hi­er­ar­chy that he wishes to with­draw from the se­lec­tion panel.

Af­ter part­ing com­pany with Rafa Ben­itez last week, the club is­sued a state­ment say­ing that Dal­glish would lead the search for a new man­ager along­side man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Chris­tian Purslow. But the 59-year-old, who quit as Liver­pool boss in 1991 be­fore go­ing on to man­age Black­burn and New­cas­tle, has taken one look at the short­list of can­di­dates and de­cided he could do a bet­ter job than those who have so far been iden­ti­fied.

Dal­glish’s pas­sion for the club has never been in

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