Dalglish tells Liverpool: I’ll be your boss
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