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Kenny Dalglish met with owner John W Henry yesterday

Jan Molby says Kenny Dalglish is the right manager for Liverpool

Former Liverpool midfielder Jan Molby believes the club's disjointed season will be remembered as a great one if they win the FA Cup tomorrow.

Fulham's Clint Dempsey in action against Liverpool

Kenny Dalglish unimpressed with Liverpool defeat to Fulham

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists last night's poor 1-0 defeat to Fulham will have no bearing on Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea.

Martin Skrtel (right) deflects the ball towards his own goal for Fulham's winner last night

Dalglish despair as fringe players fail Cup audition

Kenny Dalglish had billed this game as an opportunity for his fringe players to stake a claim for a place in the FA Cup final. On the evidence of last night most of this lot will be wearing suits come kick-off time at Wembley.

Martin Skrtel (right) deflects the ball towards his own goal for Fulham's winner last night
Martin Skrtel beats his own keeper

Skrtel's own goal adds to Liverpool's Anfield woes

Liverpool 0 Fulham 1

Kenny Dalglish met with owner John W Henry yesterday

Kenny Dalglish urges Liverpool players to fight for FA Cup final place

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has urged his players to stake their claim for a place in this weekend's FA Cup final.

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez completes his hat-trick with a long range effort

Three for Suarez in Liverpool FA Cup warm up

Norwich 0 Liverpool 3

Some were surprised that Kenny Dalglish did not offer his resignation when the Damien Comolli decision was handed down

Kenny Dalglish prioritising results over style at Liverpool

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish would be happy just to see some league victories before the end of the season irrespective of how his side play.

Alberto Aquilani is on loan at AC Milan

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish open to Alberto Aquilani return

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists if AC Milan do not want on-loan midfielder Alberto Aquilani then he is happy for the Italian to return to Anfield.

Defeat has its positives insists Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish

A group of Liverpool players yesterday attempted to build team spirit in the aftermath of the defeat at home to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

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Peter Odemwingie celebrates after his second half goal gave West Brom their first win at Anfield since 1967. The goal gave West Brom manager Roy Hodgson an enjoyable return to his former club who have now won only five of their 17 home league games this season.

Kenny Dalglish insists there is 'nothing drastically wrong' with Liverpool

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists there is "nothing drastically wrong" despite another performance which drew a blank and resulted in yet more dropped points at home.

Roy Hodgson and Kenny Dalglish come face-to-face at Anfield

Kenny Dalglish convinced Liverpool are simply missing good fortune

Manager Kenny Dalglish admits he has repeated himself too many times when discussing Liverpool's inability to convert their chances but is convinced they are only missing a stroke of good fortune.

Kenny Dalglish met with owner John W Henry yesterday

Kenny Dalglish does not fear the sack at Liverpool

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has played down the significance of the principal owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner visiting Merseyside for the second time in a week.

KENNY DALGLISH: Admitted to being ‘battered’ by Liverpool’s recent dip in results

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish plays down John Henry appearance at Anfield

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has played down the significance of a second appearance on Merseyside by principal owner John Henry within a week.

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