Sunday, February 26, 2012

Dalglish: Carling Cup New Beginning

LONDON - Just less than 14 months from the agreed bid from Liverpool owner John Henry, Kenny Dalglish successfully brought the Reds won the Carling Cup is the first trophy in six years The Red.

In the Carling Cup final, Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties over Cardiff at Wembley after a 2-2 draw in normal time.

However, King Kenny reluctant to quit Liverpool in the Carling Cup. Dalglish wants greater success. Dalglish believes the League Cup trophy this could be a catalyst for further success of the Reds.

Dalglish is based on the belief that the team ethos judged outstanding. Not just the team spirit alone, but shared among all components of the Liverpool fans from the owner to an increasingly unified.

"Although we managed to win something today, but this is not the end of us. We do not want to stop here, we still want to continue, "Dalglish said as quoted by Sky Sports on Monday (2/27/2012).

"If you do something and enjoy it, then you want more. That is logical. The idea six years ago not to undergo six years without a title, "said Dalglish.

"We were in our position right now because of the hard work of everyone, not just me. Owners, fans, players, and everyone has been fused. We have been saying it all along. The more united we are, then we will get stronger, "said the man from Scotland's 60-year-old.


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