The final toot of the referee’s whistle will feel like sweet relief for Kenny Dalglish and his Liverpool players as they bring the curtain down on a testing season away at Swansea. The Reds boss has endured a campaign that will have pushed his blood pressure right to the limit with questions now being posed about the validity of his role in the Anfield dugout. Dalglish has had to deal with more than most Premier League managers this year but his side offered a glimpse of their true potential with a rousing 4-1 demolition of Chelsea on Tuesday night just 72 hours after losing to the them in the FA Cup final. It will have provided the Kop faithful with a flicker of hope that Liverpool will come back stronger from the trials and tribulations that have overshadowed their season. Finishing above their Merseyside rivals is the objective on Sunday. Only a win in South Wales will ensure they leapfrog the Toffees with Dalglish having to rely on former club Newcastle to do them a favour at Goodison Park.
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“Well they haven’t told me that I am gone! I am here. If you are in any job, you are going to do it to the best of your ability. There has nothing been said, nothing been done.
“There has never been any discussion with the owners. We sit down and talk with them throughout the whole season. I suppose there is always going to be stories about the football club but if there is no substance to them how can we justify them?” Kenny Dalglish dampens speculation that his job is under threat at Liverpool