The return of The King brings a United Kop

Enjoyable training sessions’, backing in the pressroom and an emphasis on togetherness and unity has raised spirits considerably at Anfield.
The confidence and belief engendered in the squad by Dalglish has contributed to an improvement in results and the emergence of a winning mentality.

The oft-quoted proverb, “Winning breeds winning” has rung emphatically true for Liverpool, with the Merseysiders currently embarking on an unbeaten run that stretches back to the start of April. As the season approaches a conclusion the Reds are in sensational form, which should hopefully translate into a quick start to the next campaign.

With FSG promising to invest significantly in the summer and a batch of quality youngsters knocking on the door of the first team, the future is undeniably bright for the Reds. Perhaps most importantly, the unity that the return of Dalglish has brought has created a cohesive team with the best interests of the club at heart.

No longer do we have warring, money-hungry owners snapping in the background. No longer do we have a clearly inept manager determined to make us the relegation candidates he clearly thought we were. No longer is the Kop divided between those who support the manager and those who don’t.
Dalglish’s return to the Anfield managerial hot seat has brought success on the pitch, harmony between the boardroom and the footballing staff and, above all else, a united Kop ready to concentrate fully on supporting the team, rather than protesting against greedy owners or calling for the manager’s head.

The change from caretaker to King could be one of the most important moves in Liverpool’s history.


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