Kenny plotting £12m summer raid, Liverpool’s reason for lack of January transfer activity? – Best of LFC

Liverpool FC: Shankly GatesKenny Dalglish will have been delighted with the response of his Liverpool side, following the debacle two weeks ago at the Reebok. Four wins on the bounce, including the double scalp of the Manchester clubs and suddenly the smiles are beaming around Liverpool fans as belief has been restored, after the player’s positive turnaround following their criticisms from both Dalglish and Gerrard.

They go into Monday’s game in what will be arguably their biggest Premier League test in recent weeks in confident mood. The visit of Harry’s title chasers will give Kenny a chance to gauge his current side’s potential and their capabilities of a top four finish. It promises to be a classic and one where you would expect to be a lot of goals.

This week at FFC we have seen a mixed bag of articles that include Kenny plotting a £12m swoop; the ideal way to fast track Liverpool’s talent, while the reason for an inactive January transfer window.

Best of FFC

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The reason for the inactive January transfer window?

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The ideal way to fast-track Liverpool’s development?

Did Premier League clubs write him off too soon?

Kenny plotting £12m summer swoop to bolster midfield options

Liverpool’s Top TEN Footballing Villains…well in my view!

Is Liverpool’s recent transfer approach a cause for concern?

Best of WEB

It Is A Perfect Position From Which to Kick On – Live4Liverpool

Liverpool’s Secret Weapons – Tomkins Times

The Importance of Being Skrtel – Anfield Index

Why Craig Bellamy is a Kop Idol – This is Anfield

Why I’m ecstatic to have him at our club – Live4Liverpool

A £30m Bid Would Actually Give Kenny A Lifeline –Transfer Tavern


Quote of the Week


“We don’t need to justify the rumours. It’s a wee bit insulting when people don’t believe you and I don’t see why we need to be anything other than truthful.”

“You must think we tell you lies because we came out and told you on Monday there would be nothing happening.

“It’s a wee bit insulting when people don’t believe you and I don’t see why we need to be anything other than truthful.” Dalglish talking to the Independent in the wake of the transfer window shutting.


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