Kenny Dalglish is reported to have left his post as manager at Liverpool FC after a meeting with the clubs owners. His recent record has seen the reds:
- Win the Carling Cup, but
- Lose the FA Cup final to Chelsea
- Finish 8th in the league - their worst showing for 18 years
So Kenny Dalglish has gone and as of now, Fenway's Liverpool have no manager, director of football, head of press, or new stadium plan #lfc
Liverpool are expected to make an announcement about the future of the club shortly following reports that Kenny Dalglish has left as manager.
The Daily Telegraph's football correspondent Henry Winter has tweeted that there are several reasons why Kenny Dalglish has left as Liverpool manager:
The BBC have said that Kenny Dalglish has left his post as manager of Liverpool football club, they are reporting that he had been due to leave today - but has postponed his departure.
The Daily Mirror reports that Kenny Dalglish has been sacked by Liverpool.
It says: "The Scot has had his contract terminated by club owners FSG this afternoon because of disappointing Premier League results."
Reports are surfacing that Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish may soon be leaving the club after a crisis meeting with the American owners. Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail says:
Dalglish, who guided Liverpool to Carling Cup glory but oversaw their FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley this season, is in danger of being shown the door by the club's Fenway Sports Group owners, just two days after holding a showdown summit with main men John W Henry and Tom Werner.
The Daily Telegraph's football correspondent Henry Winter has tweeted that Kenny Dalglish is about to leave as Liverpool manager:
The Daily Mail's chief football correspondent Matt Lawton has tweeted that he believes Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will leave the club by the end of today.
It is my understanding that Kenny Dalglish will no longer be Liverpool manager by close of play tonight
The Times (£) is reporting that Kenny Dalglish has returned to Merseyside following talks with Liverpool's owner, Fenway Sports Group, in Boston.
Talks on the outcome of the season are said to be continuing: Dalglish is still waiting to hear his fate.
Contrary to speculation that surfaced following the summit, Dalglish did not resign and nor was he sacked with the outcome of the talks being a mundane acceptance from all parties that the process of reviewing the season will continue.