Comolli facing €15m transfer battle & A Liverpool deal on the cards – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesIn a week where Kenny Dalglish claimed kit deals hold just as much importance as victories he saw his Liverpool side capitulate at Premier League strugglers QPR in midweek. Two goals to the good and cruising to a third successive victory it looked as if the Reds were getting back on track only for Rangers to launch a stunning comeback that left Dalglish bewildered. The pressure on the Anfield legend increases with every defeat with supporters now beginning to wonder if he’s the man to bring Champions League football back to Merseyside.

This week at FFC the subject of Dalglish’s transfer philosophy has come into light with the thought that Liverpool’s current troubles may force him into becoming more prudent in the market. The clubs plans for a new stadium have also come into focus as has a certain Dutch striker and whether his stay at Anfield should be extended.


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The Progress Myth: Proof that LFC is doing *worse* under Dalglish… – Liverpool Kop

Is it simply down to a lack of mental strength? – Live 4 Liverpool

Liverpool FC: The bigger picture – This is Anfield

Luis Suarez: 9 or 10? – The Tomkins Times

How do Liverpool solve the right side riddle? – Live 4 Liverpool

GM confirms Liverpool’s €15m target wanted by 15 clubs – Liverpool Kop


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“We need to find the answers and make sure that we go on and we learn from it.

“We were so constructive for so many parts of that game. We’ve conceded from a set-play, a cross and a mistake right at the death.

“I don’t think anyone in their right mind would say we deserved that.

“We don’t have an explanation for it but we can only do what we have done right.” Kenny Dalglish following Liverpool’s shock 3-2 defeat at QPR



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