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01 April 2012

"He stumbled" - Dalglish defends Carroll over blatant dive...

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has defended Andy Carroll over his obvious dive against Newcastle, arguing that the 35m striker 'stumbled' in the box, and did not deliberately go down to get a penalty.

Dalglish's season has been defined by pig-headed support of the indefensible, and in his press conference after Liverpool's shambolic 2-0 defeat to Newcastle, he was at it again. When asked if he'd be having a word with Carroll about the dive - for which he was booked - Dalglish claimed:

"I don't think he [Carroll] went down deliberately to try and get a penalty. If you watch it, he was struggling to stay upright when he was running onto it. He said he never went down deliberately; he just stumbled over".

Stumbled? If you believe that you'll believe anything. It was as clear-cut a deliberate dive as you're likely to see:

Andy Carroll dive Newcastle United

That wasn't the funniest part of the interview though. When he was asked about Danny Simpson's alleged hand-ball on the line, Dalglish - without a hint of irony - said:

"You'd have to go to vision express if you think that wasn't a penalty kick. We never got it; maybe we're not vocal enough with referees, I don't know".

Vision Express? Clearly, it's Dalglish who needs glasses if he doesn't think Carroll dived. Of course, I don't expect Kenny to admit one of his players cheated, but to go the other way and try to convince people that Carroll just fell over? That's just silly.

Jaimie Kanwar

121 comments:

  1. another example of his stubborness and thinking fans will lap up any nonsense he speaks.i'd have more respect for him if he criticised carroll and said he should have scored.
    sometimes you simply can't defend the indefensible.

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  2. We should all
    have to start wondering:


    1.     
    Are John W. Henry, Thomas Werner, Ian
    Ayre, and Damiel Comolli possessed with the same feelings of humiliation and embarrassment
    as most of LFC’s fans are by watching one of the most historic teams to be humiliated
    by all of its opponents in 2012?


    2.     
    Do they really have the pure
    intentions, as they are trumpeting, to turn around the fortunes of this team?


    3.     
    When will they finally realize that
    as long as they do not act decisively and immediately to appoint a world class
    manager and sack Kenny Dalglish this team will always be on the red alert zone?


    4.     
    Will John W. Henry and Thomas Werner eventually
    and finally be consulted honestly by the football experts and informed that
    what it is happening to LFC in 2012 is not a normal and healthy condition/development?


    5.     
    Will Ian Ayre as the Managing
    Director and Damiel Comolli as the football director finally start acting as
    pure professionals and step aside any emotions of favoritism towards Kenny
    Dalglish and finally advise/consult John W. Henry and Thomas Werner to make the
    right decision(s)?


    6.     
    Will Kenny Dalglish finally start
    acting as a pure Liverpoollian and step down as LFC’s manager as he can help
    this team find its recovery path?        

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  3. Don't really care what he says anymore, what is important is that the owners need to end this nonsense as soon as the season ends, and a manager with genuine ability needs to be brought in place to fix this mess.

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  4. He did trip jamie its obvious and who cares would you rather kenny say he dived and is horrible or support his players your articles are a joke u can ban me now for makin my opinion like u alwaya do

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  5. Vintage Kenny this season - I dont care where we end up now as long as we dont get relegated but someone for the sake of further embarassment please keep Dalglish away from the cameras, it is too much to bear.

    I am lost as to how an idol of mine - who used to be quite humouros and witty back in the day has changed so much. 95% of what has come out of his mouth this year is unbelievable....

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  6. "he did trip" .... hahahah .... your a funny guy

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  7. YOUR GETTTING SAAACKKED IN THE MORNING .. YOR GETTING SAACKED IN THE MORRRNING

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  8. Did it change the game no he did more then suarez and bellamy our midfeild was horrible why blame andy

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  9. TAKE OF THOSE RED TINTED GLASSES THE DONKEY DECIDED TO LEAP TO THE GROUND EVEN THOUGH HE WAS THROUGH ON GOAL AND HAD PASSED THE KEEEPER WHAT A F*KIN GENUIS 

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  10. andy carrol + henderson + adam + KD+reina = garbage..KD should step down asap..no need to wait until next season...do what chelsea do to AVB..until now KD still dont his 1st eleven formation..keep changing his player..as for and andy carrol what a waste..has potential but no discipline.lazy.always out position..

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  11. I think the way react to such comments is usually preconditioned by whether we like/support the manager or not at the time the comment is made.

    Some will argue that a coach is right in defending/not criticizing players in public /only in private/ while others will argue in favour of the opposite approach.

    Still others will take differing views on what is right/wrong depending on who has said it: Rafa or Kenny, for instance.

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  12. He's an embarrassment to Liverpool football club and has been for some time, the Suarez cover up was supposed to be the last straw for many fans but still the club won't sack him.
    Reina is a fool also for this:

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  13.  TAKE OF THOSE RED TINTED GLASSES THE DONKEY DECIDED TO LEAP TO THE GROUND EVEN THOUGH HE WAS THROUGH ON GOAL AND HAD PASSED THE KEEEPER WHAT A F*KIN GENUIS

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  14. TAKE OF THOSE RED TINTED GLASSES THE DONKEY DECIDED TO LEAP TO THE GROUND EVEN THOUGH HE WAS THROUGH ON GOAL AND HAD PASSED THE KEEEPER WHAT A F*KIN GENUIS 

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  15. He stumbled !  Bollocks !!!
    And as for Reina, if you are going to give somebody a Glasgow Handshake do it properly, and not just blow the talcum powder off the big jessie in front of you ! Yet another ruined weekend !!!

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  16. No one is saying he performed at a lower standard than the other players.

    But you like Kenny are in denial that he "tripped"... he dived and wasted the chance to take us into the lead - but then again quality players dont need to dive they just finish the chance - guess Stevie G has been doing a bit of coaching on the side at Melwood...

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  17. Liverpool fans had had enough of Dalglish's favoritism towards players who doesn't worth to play for a club with such a standing. Very disappointing performance today, and if ever we would have been knocked out in both Carling cup and FA cup, I wonder what kind humiliation and tantrums Liverpool supporters had to bear. I shouldn't be saying this but Kenny should step down. A team is losing and needed goals, the coach is making changes in the last 10 minutes of the game??
    With the absences of Johnson, Lucas and Agger, we have been suffering defensively. Reina is no more a top class goalkeeper. Surprisingly, in 2012, Wigan earned more league points than Liverpool.

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  18. normally i would agree on this one, but Carroll is the king of falling over. He makes Heskey look stable. If Kenny believes he is to clumsy to run 2 steps in a straight line I believe him.

    At least a dive would have been intentional. Falling on your face with an open goal has much less dignity

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  19. oops, i meant dignified.

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  20. at one nil liverpool it could be a different story

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  21. rafa is free!!! bring him back asap before we see ourself in relegation zone

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  22. New owners must sack Dalglish TONIGHT- and ask Rafa to take charge of Everton game - Kenny great player - useless manager. Never let Carroll wear red again

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  23. Blatant dive, looked like he was worried he might score against the club he supports. Clearly a penalty for the handball, no idea why sometimes refs give them and sometimes they don't. It's hardly ever that someone deliberately handballs but if the ball is going in and is stopped from doing so by an arm it's a pen surely?

    Watched the Perch/Reina thing a few times and I'm not sure, looks like contact sometimes and not on others but Reina showed intent so he would have been sent off regardless wouldn't he?

    Most important thing another spineless and inept performance

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  24. it has been said a year ago.

    http://www.nwemail.co.uk/sport/columns/dalglish-s-return-may-spell-danger-1.798741?referrerPath=sport/columns

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  25. you may be on to something here, on viewing it is a blatant dive, but we are talking about Andy Carroll, this may genuinley have been his best effort in rounding a keeper, its as if the thought process of what to do next got to him and he collapsed - this explains a lot.

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  26.  sunday supplement on sky this morning said that commoli was summoned to talks with fsg last week.not sure what was discussed but they can't be happy with what they are seeing.downing and henderson=40mil on the bench today.35mil player subbed.so far their money has been wasted.

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  27. What bloody use is this Chairman we have - absolutely uselss.Fiddles while Rome burns - and Henry just talks a d talks and talks

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  28. he probably thought he'd miss so he threw himself down.

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  29. We will find out this summer if the owners are businessmen or sports fans as per the transfer budget.

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  30. how hypocritical can this man be, Ive totally lost the respect for this man who keeps lying to the fans the owners and himself, he has no dignity and never admits his mistakes but always rely on something stupid to say, never thought kenny was a person like this, I never lived in his time but i believed he was an honest man and a great person like many claimed but thats just bullsh.it kenny is retarded and a big hypocrite, we dont need him he must leave our club asap, he values nothing.

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  31.  stayed up it would have changed the game.
    why balme him?
    because he had an open goal after rounding the keeper,that's why.

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  32. Reina is gone, at least for 3 games. Let's see if Doni can step up to the plate.

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  33. No THANKS! New start, new manager and new players is needed. Rafa is also one of the stale ones who managed LFC into 7th position.

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  34. Forget about fecking Rafa, the guy would have been at Stamford Bridge right now if Roman said yes. There's a wealth of managers out there in Europe with the talent and the hunger, someone should scout! We want to win the LEAGUE whilst some of us are alive.

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  35.  enrique kept a clean sheet,that'll probably do for kenny to keep him in goal.

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  36. all joking aside I have to admit for the first time I did feel sorry for him. Hear me out...

    He was doing ok at Newcastle, the town he lived in and the club he supported, they played to his strengths, and he looked like a threat, but not a high calibre player by any means. He did not want to leave but if Liverpool were stupid enough to throw 35mm at Mike Ashley then of course they were gonna force him out - so now he is stuck at Anfield where the style is not focused on him so his lack of ability is being exposed in relation to his price tag - this is Liverpools fault in many ways.

    To go back and hear everyone booing him at every turn and then to be subbed must have been hard to take because I bet more than anyone he is regretting leaving Newcastle and wishes that it never happend.

    Carroll will never be a great player - a big man who does not have the touch or football brain of Berbatov, Drogba, Ibrahimovich or Crouch - but at Newcastle he was the local hero and must be pretty annoyed that his career has spiralled downwards and is the laughing stock of the city because Liverpool were negligent with transfer money.

    As much as I am critical of his ability I did feel bad for him today...

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  37. IF Carroll, really did avoid scoring, it's a big if as that's quite a serious assumption. But if you're right, then bloody hell, Carroll should never step foot into Melwood/Anfield again and his wage should be suspended. Football is our happinessin this world. LFC is our family member, to see someone we trust abuse it like that is not on. Goals to football team is like air to a human.

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  38. Wonder whether you boo boys were as vocal when we had winning runs chances are not so.  You pride yourself on getting as much grime out of negative moments in our LFC history. Some support!!!!!

    Kenny is under unbelievable pressure damn if he does anything.  Whereas you all hav ethe luxury to spout out cheap crap without the pressure of having to make those suppositions reality.  What a bunch of gutless wasters and I'm not taking about our team.

    If he support players publicly you moan.  He picks different formation you moan, moan moan moan . Should he be slagging his players of or admitting his weaknesses each week? How does that make things better.

    The players are shot through id like to see any manager on this earth get something out of those players.  JW should be planning as I'm sure he is to give Kenny til dec2012 or the end of the season to motivate them players to perform.  Gues what even if he did you all will be saying he didnt do it against top opposition. We won a cup by penalties. Negative negative negative. I just wish you were as critical of yourself and what you talk about maybe then you'll be speaking truth.    LFC for life!!!!

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  39. are you ready to write off £35 mil we are already losing £14 mill of aquaman that ha dnothing to do with kenny. 

    You need to look at the directors and their football knowledge and business sense is off key.

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  40. I would have been surprised if he made it onto the end of that ball, thought the defenders tracking back would've intercepted or atleast pushed him wide.  Decent first half by him though, but don't really understand why he dived, seemed to signal lack of confidence, wanting to pass the buck..

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  41. They are American owners who dont know much about the sport - chances are they are Businessmen.

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  42. seen that photo earlier,shows there is contact.

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  43. he started well,looked sharp.if he'd stayed up he'd have scored and shut up some of the crowd insted he gave them more ammo.
    he just isn't good enough for us and that's not cutting him down for the sake of it.

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  44.  did the directors pick the team today or did kenny?

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  45.  you say the players are shot through but no european football this season gave us an advantage over others looking for top 4 finish which was the owners goal.
    in one breath you criticise people who are critical of kenny but then say he'll be given til december to turn things around so you obviously believe like the rest of us that there is something wrong.

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  46. glad that i was not able to watch todays match... i saved myself from a shame of thrashin.... i am an will say again.... kenny is a joke and with lots of pshychiatric problems like Delusion of Grandeur as he thinks everything he does is right and he is the king of the footbaling world, Paranoid disorders as he thinks everybody is after him, denial of truth, OCDs with his purchase over committed players, dementia with short term memory loss as he forgets all his players bad play till the post match reaction, personality disorders, speech problems and list goes on...he shud take consultation and take some deluded fans with him..i think he shud be sacked ASAP before he does some irrepairable damage..luk at chelsea the change of manager is just what is needed sometimes..

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  47. Haven't seen the incident yet but I think every mngr defends his players tho. Arsene Wenger did the same with Eduardo inCHL game against Celtic. Ronaldo used to dive most of the time and Taggart used to come out and defend him. That shouldn't b an issue tho. The league position should. 8th and 11points behind Necastle shouldn't b except able. Once mighty reds have fallen big time.

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  48. last straw gone. not to late in the season for a new manager, then drop the crap players in the summer simple as that.
    there clearly is more respect for kenny from supporters than there is his players. half these players would be in the reserves if a man like whiskey nose was in charge. kenny is clearly to soft and nothing will clearly change.
    we are a laughing stock. one of the worst liverpool seasons i can remember and to top it all, everton are going to make us look stupid, then for the fans still in disney land it should finally hit home things are not and will not get better under kenny im very sad to say.

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  49. Moderation is the key, I don't like some of the comments towards Kenny, they are damn right disrespectful. However fans are allowed to vent about the football especially when things are falling apart so horrendously. I try and support Kenny, I still do, but he's making it so damn hard in many ways. Why does he keep rotating players? Why does he keep playing low grade players and ignore young talent like Sterling and Shelvey. Why can't he see that certtain players are blatantly not trying? Why make subs always after 70 mins? I feel so sorry for Kenny and all the haters need to stop the personal attacks, but come on if we don't vent to each other, then who will we vent to? A beer glass?

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  50. Aggh, I'm so frustrated with many things but one of them is the REFEREES!!!!!!!!!!! Is it me, or are most decisions made after October 15th against us. Someone tell me if this is paranoia or not.

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  51. On the positive side Doni might make his debut for Liverpool next time around and Reina who has lost form will get some time off.
    What has happened to Gerrard, he was again terrible. Flanagan is really overrated youngster, i don't think he is good enough, he is also an average footballer. Time for Carragher to retire and to sell Spearing both not good enough either. Whenever Carragher plays, Liverpool play so deep and that creates lot of space for opposition to exploit, Coates should now start every game, don't see what carragher is offering to the team. This run of form is just as bad as Liverpool suffered under Hodgson and maybe even worse. Everybody can see that Liverpool haven't moved forward at all but won't admit it because of respect for Kenny but truth is  Kenny is doing a terrible job in the league and the way things are going Liverpool might not even finish in top 10.

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  52. Lets just wish Everton the best in the final

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  53. u need to go to vision express as well mate...u r a joke and shud be banned for life .... dive or not kenny is a disgrace to support him in any way possible... kenny is taking liverpool's respect in line for his own hypocrite deluded and demented attitude an so r u

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  54. Snore -

    Winning runs? Are you talking about this season?

    There is some negativity as we are 9 points off a relegation battle - that is closer to us than 6th place is at the moment - do you understand that?

    His support of players this year has been absolutley shameful and disrespectful to us fans - he has told us that the squad does not need to be improved and if anyone is coming in this summer they would have to be of some quality to replace who we already have - ok Kenny we know you are trying to boost the players but call a spade a spade for gods sake - his signings were awful but he is being stubborn in defending them.

    And you ask should he be slagging his players off? Did he not do that after the Bolton game? yes eat your words

    The players are shot through? What does that even mean? Kenny is the manager and it is his job to get the best out of his players - he cant seem to do that at the moment so there is an issue which is why we are debating this.

    You give yourself little credibility in questioning why fans decide to scrutinise the team or manager, after all this site is based on that so why are you always on here moaning about it? Its as if you dont understand it but complain anyway?

    What do you want an article written that states we lost today but lets look forward to the Semi final - followed by posts from fans indicating "yaaay", "LFC for life" , "Long Live the King", "Lets tally up the points at the end of the season and see where we are" ... if your after that then I suggest you stop posting and moaning about people who are raising questions you clearly cannot handle.

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  55. agreed that he is not LFC material - not sure why that wasnt spotted prior to signing him mind you....

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  56. Dsoe70,  bitchy! also, talkin shite!

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  57. I feel sorry for Andy Carroll. The move to Liverpool has simply not worked for him. It doesn't matter how much effort he puts into each game, although it's usually half-arsed, all he seems to do is fall over. The most he's managed to achieve since his move from Newcastle is to embarrass himself with his inept, clueless bungling and I doubt very much if he'll see out the full length of his contract. LFC must get a proven goal scorer as a partner for Suarez in the summer. If we hadn't bought Carroll then we wouldn't have needed to buy Downing who is another massive disappointment. We'll be lucky if we finish the season still in the top ten. I wonder how different our season would have been if we'd kept that 35 million and spent it on someone with real ability during the transfer window last summer. I bet KD wouldn't be getting the stick he's getting now.

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  58. excuse after excuse time to go kk

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  59. It could of been a defining moment in Carroll's Liverpool career! Score and we go one up, it shuts up his home town crowd booing him and gives us an early goal which we don't get, it would have been a great goal as well power and hunger to win and keep the ball! Most all it should have driven Carroll on more to stand up and say yes I am Liverpool number 9 not fall over! It wasn't even a dive !

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  60. i know torres left late in that window but am convinced that 35million would have got us llorente or someone of that calibre.everything about the carroll deal smelled of panic.

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  61.  well said.
    just seen kenny walking off his interview with sky when asked about 6 defeats out of 7.
    why can't he answer questions? does he think fans don't want to hear his opinion on what the hell is going on?

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  62. no your partly right, but back then we were playing a lot better. but some players gave up not long after that.

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  63. forgot to add, carroll a diving nonse, and makes it worse he didnt have to and could of beat the keeper and looked good, but he just is not helping himself or liverpool.
    no patience anymore for kenny and his ways and half the team that are clearly not priveliged to wear the shirt.
    RAFFA SOS ASAP

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  64. To be honest with you I dont think that can be used as an excuse.

    Every year, for every team decisions will go against them and for them in a single season - they pan out - like the Rodwell red card that went for us at Goodison, and the Spearing red card that worked against us at Fulham.

    If we are constantly blaming refs that is a desperate indication that we are clinging on to decisions in matches that have not been given (rightly or wrongly) and rely on those decisions to win games. This season it appears that ref decisions have gone against us but only because we are not wining games / or losing games from relying on our own play. Sure an injustice will happen once or twice but it is the same for everyone...

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  65. as a toon fan i love kenny the clown at the minute, he wrecked our club after keegan left , for eg he sold beardsley, ginola and ferdinand on brought in ian rush and john barnes when they were at retirment age, the guy is clueless, to pay the kind of money you,d did for carrol , downing and henderson made your club a laughing stock of football,

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  66. Knowing something is wrong and making kneejerk actions the difference between the two are miles apart .


    Let just say slagging off for kenny to go is frankly kneejerk ...more jerk than knee in your case.!!!

    The football decision accepts we have screwed up again its one more ear to add to the 22 previous years that KK had nothing to do with.  He deserves as much a go as any of the previous managers bar RH. I just didn't like him there is a fine balance between beign a bad manager and a laughing stock.  Mclaren had a great rep at manuire thenturned into a joke...wally with the brolly. RH was going that way fast.  Thankfully KK is to well respected for that to happy why? He has put so much into this club and the game he is having a bad moment.  Yes we may need to find another manager but talent is not that easy to spot Carrol is a case in point grass is always greener aint it????

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  67. So either he dived or he fell over, and whichever of the two it was in front of a open goal that he could not have failed to score from.  And yet when Cisse, who cost Newcastle less than a third of what Carroll cost Liverpool, was presented with a similar situation he rounded the keeper and scored. Not good enough either way from Carroll, not nearly good enough.

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  68. The issue is now a lot of the media are picking up on it so it cant be avoided. People like Hansen have been supercritical of AVB this year but lost for words when it comes to talking about Kenny so I think the media pressure on Kenny thus far has been lenient.

    There are several teams behind us who can leap frog us so the possibility of an 11th / 12th place finish could be very realistic. For that reason the scrutiny on Kenny is justified - why he cannot just face it I do not know - Hodgson handled it but the fans didnt like what he was saying but at least he didnt avoid the questions.

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  69. And there you go again moan moan moan.  Is it compulsive 

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  70. It's really reassuring that you don't have a problem with Andy's and Pepe's frustration and disappointment Kenny . Top fucking notch , think we will all sleep better now you've said that . Great no problem with Andy and Pepe's disappointment . What was the score , by the way ? Face it Kenny you haven't got a scooby , second best or maybe best player ever but you haven't got a scooby . Do the best for the club , you always have , call it quits Kenny it's not a fucking hobby

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  71. go back and find anything where i made a knee jerk reaction in relation to his job.not once have i called for his job but unlike you i can see that he isn't doing a good job and don't think his reputation should be saving him from criticism.

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  72. talent no easy to spot?
    newcastle haven't had a problem have they?
    cisse is a talent,cost peanuts compared to what we've spent,same with cabaye and tiote.
    waiting til 79th min to make a change is bad management and that's down to kenny,11 minutes to try and change a game is asking too much from his subs.

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  73. not compulsive - but when the manager is screwing things up debating and scrutiny of the current situation called for.... and like I keep telling you that is what this site is about, critical realism (you keep avoiding that part though)... you wouldnt understand, you are after all Mister "LFC for Life"

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  74. ou come on here and act like you're superior to the rest of us but then shit your pants if someone slags off kenny.
    i hope you won't get in trouble when your parents find out you've been sneaking on the laptop again.

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  75. True I concur. It backfired thats football

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  76. maybe we should take your manager next lol. hope you get 4th you deserve it.

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  77. LFC are finished, board wont keep spending millions on so called british talent. Alot of fans (the ones not blind and talk sense) can do a better job than these pros. Maybe we should put our names forward, we cant do any worse than foolgish as the club will be relegated the way things are going. Put your names down and send to the board. First thing I will do is sack cackoli then sort out trainers scouts then players. 

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  78. Nice to see one English ex-red doing well in Guthrie.
    Why was he sold again?

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  79. That is marvellous you have the time and energy to slag the manager off and your conclusion...I never once called for his head

    Whow that is so decisive and full of realism.  Are you sure you should be on this site.

    Maybe try splintersRus or I've got a loveley seat on the fence.com . Your comments fit right in there no doubt.

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  80. Theycallmemrburt6:58 pm, April 01, 2012

    did you see Doni in pre season?  Shocking doesn't begin to describe him.

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  81. isnt my comment a critique on realism?? The realsim of how fickle so called fans can be.

    You post then I post that is the process or have you run out of things to say.... that are original!!  I await your response if you can think up something of importance

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  82. Theycallmemrburt7:02 pm, April 01, 2012

    yeah, there was definitely contact but the Bradford v Crawley fight had a little more contact and surprise surprise no one went to ground.  Reina got what he deserved though.

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  83. Theycallmemrburt7:05 pm, April 01, 2012

    Don't forget he was injured for two months as well.  There was no need whatsoever to sign the lad before he had a full two seasons with Newcastle.  If Carroll had scored 20 goals in his first two seasons at Newcastle would his price tag have been any more than £35mill, I doubt it, so why not wait.

    Signing 'Marquee' for the sake of it has cost us big time.

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  84. dsoe70, i think your deluded , im black and white through and through with a soft spot for lfc, kenny is killing your club, its there in colour for all to see, the same way he killed nufc, first season he finished 2nd with KKs team, then finished 12 with his own,, his tactics are poor, team selections are strange, 

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  85. Try this for importance ;

    "9 points off a relegation battle

    16 pts from 4th place

    31 pts from top spot

    Lowest number of league goals in over 10 years

    Less goals than Sunderland, Newcastle, Fulham, Norwich, WBA, Bolton, Blackburn, (and three goals more than Wolves!)

    5 defeats in last 6 prem games

    Club transfer record broken for flop of a striker

    Total of 117mm spent with no return from players purchased 

    No European distraction to achieve 4th spot

    Less games played than Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.

    local rivals Everton spend £8mm on transfers and are ahead of us in table"

    You see I could go on, but then I am assuming you would understand these facts but honestly do not believe it will sink in... if you wake up and smell the coffee you will realise Kenny has smashed all sorts of records this year so far - and yes they are all negative - how do you like them apples?

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  86. I think u need some realism as it seems u wet ur pants if anyone has a dig at kenny. Learn to face facts in life and you'll go far. just by ur comment about going kenny going through a bad moment shows how ur lack of knowledge and all built on emotion. Look at the league table and u might get a nose bleed. Dickhead, thinking u know more than the majority.

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  87. guthrie,ayala,whitbread all having very good seasons.
    got no chance at lfc.
    should have held onto ayala instead of buying coates.

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  88. them apples aint bad

    But whe he was dragging our season from 19th place last with nothing to show was he not still the same poor manager we see this season.  Basically over the same post christmas period he has had one fantastic year and one crap year the difference being he has brought in some new boys.  The issue is the new players.

    A full season under their belt they will not be new next season judge rom aug to dec2012 then moan to your hearts content Ill have no argument there.

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  89. them apples aint bad

    But whe he was dragging our season from 19th place last with nothing to show was he not still the same poor manager we see this season.  Basically over the same post christmas period he has had one fantastic year and one crap year the difference being he has brought in some new boys.  The issue is the new players.

    A full season under their belt they will not be new next season judge rom aug to dec2012 then moan to your hearts content Ill have no argument there.

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  90. No- Owners not to blame. Leaving manager to manage as they should. Dalglish has let everyone down especially them. We would complain if they interfered ala Abramovich etc. Saved club 2 years ago leave them alone.

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  91. Theycallmemrburt7:59 pm, April 01, 2012

    Ill say it again, the 3-4 million hit we took on Robbie Keane is looking sweet!  The £45 million hit we will take on Downing, Henderson and Carroll...not so sweet.

    I'm not saying I want Rafa back but if we didn't have someone to come in who was better than Rafa we should never have replaced him.  Yeah he lost the dressing room (Carra and Gerrard to be precise!) but does that mean LFC should suffer for the happiness of two 'legends' who wanted a brown nosing British manager who would respect their status?

    Carra was at it again this morning in support of Kenny.  Could the reason that Carra didn't support Rafa be because Rafa acknowledged Carra was past it as a player and was refusing to give him a new contract..... No can't be.....

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  92. Liverpoolmafioso8:30 pm, April 01, 2012

    I don't want Rafa back..personally I believe Juergen Klop is the man for the liverpool job. I want a german or a dutchman right now. pass and move doesnt seem to cut it in this generation.

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  93. Absolutely right. The sad thing is that all these so called True Reds and LFC For Life view the situation through blinkers. For the most part they are making a very sentimental  judgement on what is infact, a serious situation. Dalglish is an employee of FSG and, as such, has invested millions of pounds of his employer's money very very poorly. Targets have not been reached and worldwide 'brand' is suffering because of his lack of foresight and ability.  Kenny Dalglish was a brilliant footballer for LFC. His care and devotion for his wife are beyond reproach, and his compassion to the famillies of the Hillsboro victims is legend. That is the sentimental side. As a senior manager of FSG he is failing to reach targets, he is failing to generate fresh income and he is totally unable to produce a positive forecast for next season with the quality of staff on hand at this moment. A change of direction is needed.

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  94. Yr spot on mate. Spot on.

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  95. so i can't criticise kennys decisions then unless i want him fired?
    are you running this site now? i must get a list of rules off you.your comments are extremely idiotic.

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  96. carra has business dealings outside of football with kenny aswell apparently

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  97. Very frustrating day for Carroll today, i thought he was playing with a lot of determination and looked quite sharp in his movement etc up till that point..........

    It wasn't a stumble or at least it diden't look like it, for me he went down because he was not going to get the ball onto his left foot...didn't have the confidence to take it on.....so went down in the hope that he would get a pen.

    Okay, its nothing knew....players are always doing it, Suarez does a lot more diving than Carroll.....but today the spotlight was on him....and he must have been kicking himself for not just trusting in his right foot.....

    Kenny has to defend him, but i agree the comment that he stumbled is not exactly going to go down too well with an already pissed off fanbase that is losing its patience.....

    I do feel sorry for Carroll tbh and have done all season really, been benched and given bit parts, played without wingers.....again NO Downing.....

    Hasn't helped his cause that much though at times i think he has let his frustrations get to him........today he did that for sure.

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  98. Carroll had just been booed by his home town fans all game where he was player from the age of 11 don't think Kenny sticking the knife in on TV would have made the situation any better for the club.
    Pardew's interview he said the ball hit the player's shoulder!Carroll will hopefully learn from it and the rest of the team.Kenny said it was a sending off for Reina as well in the interview.

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  99. KD please do us all  FAVOUR and step at the end of the season. Your interviews are becoming more and more ignorant

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  100.  my god,you spout some amount of crap.you haven't an impartial cell in your brain.

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  101. We seem to have been in transition for 22 years.  And when we finally look like competing for the title we allow the best manager we've had in that time leave.  The sad truth is that with Dalglish at the helm and his stubborness to see how bad his players are, we will NEVER EVER be a top half team let alone a top 4 one.  How bad do Carroll and Henderson need to be before he drops them for good?

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  102. Would we really be worse off if Reina, Gerrard and Carragher were allowed to leave?

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  103. For a Target Man that is supposed to exude strength and supposed to run at the defense and show them a bit of abuse, I have only ever seen Carroll dive since coming to LFC. I'm disappointed that the only defense Carroll can give a hard time and push around is Oldham...

    I'm not sure if he's trying to be more like Torres (he did go to ground often), but he should at least try to act more like Shearer...whom he was slated to be the next of.

    None of Dalglish's signings have pleased me. After watching Suarez whine about every decision against him and giving our beloved LFC a besmirched name, I'm through with the lot of new signings. Put in some youth for the rest of the season. At least they have the passion (maybe) to be a red.

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  104. bad day is it!!! Your insults are cheap just think I read them and think of you who spent so much time in compiling your best words. What a tube!!! Do you fancy putting a picture to your stupidty? You are now the majority with the facts yet the best you have got is to insult. Calm down calm down soft lad.

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  105. Absolutely the sooner it is over the better. Neither KK, Commoli, JW cant hide they know they owe the fans something.  Lets see what they have for us.  We need a strong team of players managers just keepings ticking over but the players need to have the basics. I'm prepared to give any player a year after that its about business.  

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  106. This is article is completely wrong. The open hostility towards one of our own when the article's assertion isn't even correct, makes me sick. Is this a Liverpool fan site or haters site? Watch the video people; he tripped!

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  107. It's been a bad season, but Alex Ferguson is now one year closer to retiring. I admit he's a good manager, but a significant amount of Man Utd's success is down to him being a bully and a jammy *******.

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  108. I'd give Andy a " PERFECT 10" for that dive reminds me of Nadia hehehehe

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  109. How low they have fallen...They are so impotent that now they just want penalties to try to win games. They keep fighting with referees for handballs or imaginary fouls in the box just to get a penalty bacause they lack any skills to score a normal goal during a match. They should all be ashamed of themselves. Kenny should resign now if he has any pride left in him. He should also take all the shites he bought with him when he leaves. They are all a disgrace to this football club.

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  110.  Caroll probably panicked when he realised he had produced his best piece of play for over a year against his home town club and was about to score. Because he still values Newcastle over Liverpool he thought he would try and win a pen so he wouldn't have to worry aboot the bonny toon.

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  111. I dont normally lower my standards with such responses but in your case one had to reply to your shocking statement. You are a minority and will always be....again i refer to facts and the numbers on this site prove ur a lone ranger with no friends..

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  112. I just wanted to voice my disappoint on Liverpool as a team under 'King Kenny'. He has all the passion in the world but lacks the modern fotballing management skills needed to run a club the size of Liverpool. No doubt he'll bottle it and resign pretty soon, if not just before the end of the season, then at the end of the season. Time to think of canditates ready and competent to take on the managerial post that a club like LFC deserve.

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  113. And not knowing that something needs to be done when it is clear for everyone to see is the sign of a fool.

    What the last 22 years have to do with the fact that this team has been poorly assembled and poor managed is anyone's guess. Totally irrelevant. You are going to have a lot of 'bad moments' when you buy the kind of players that our manager has bought. And, yes, the grass is always greener when you spend 35 million on an unproven youngster. It wasn't hindsight, people knew it was wrong at the time.

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  114. Fickle!!

    How about supporters who appear to not care about falling standards?

    You do not appear to actually know anything about football and seem intent simply to make irrational comments and get into petty squabbles. 

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  115. Yes, it is clear for most people to see. Poor signings, poor tactics, poor team selection, poor man management.

    But, hey, according to some, we need to show patience when the team is on a steep downward curve.

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