Dalglish gives his view on on the lack of trains to get fans from the FA cup final.
The Transport Secretary says they're working to ensure train services are running to get Liverpool fans home from the FA Cup final.
– Justine Greening
I have already been on the case. The underlying problem that we are trying to solve is the fact that the FA Cup was planned to start at 3pm but will now start later, at 5.15 pm. It is difficult to change the Network Rail work, which is really important for maintenance and safety and has been planned for 18 months, but Virgin has said that it plans to put on longer trains on the Sunday to ensure that fans have a good opportunity to get back.
Liverpool MP Steve Rotheram is calling on the Government to help sort out the FA Cup train crisis. Liverpool will travel to Wembley for the final on 5 May but Virgin trains say track maintenance means there will be no return trains until Monday 7 May.
Virgin Trains say there are 'no realistic options' for Liverpool fans travelling to Wembley.
You can read Virgin Trains' advice on their website.
Virgin says there are no realistic travel options for Liverpool fans to get home over the weekend after the FA Cup final on 5 May. There are no direct trains until Monday and detours would take over 5 hours. The problem is due to engineering works which Virgin says are planned well in advance.
Liverpool fans travelling to the FA Cup final at Wembley on 5 May may be stuck in London after the match. There are no direct trains from London to Liverpool until the following Monday and the detour routes could take over 5 hours.