Friday, June 4, 2010

Kenny Dalglish or Roy Hodgson Likely to be the Next Liverpool Coach

Liverpool is now searching for their new manager for the next season. Rafael Benitez has parted his relation with Liverpool on Tuesday. Former Liverpool player and manager, Kenny Dalglish, is now considered to be the next coach of the All Reds.

Another candidate to take over as Liverpool boss is Fulham’s current manager Roy Hodgson. However, former Liverpool players like Bruce Grobbelaar and Jamie Redknapp are in favor of Kenny Dalglish to be the new coach of Liverpool.

Kenny Dalglish, a Liverpool legend by his own, has experience of managing the club for 6 years in between 1985 and 1991. During that time, Liverpool won 3 Premier League titles. His success as a player is much more vivid as he won 6 Premier League titles with Liverpool. He was part of Liverpool’s glorious period spanning from late 70’s to 80’s.

Roy Hodgson has managed many clubs as well as national teams during his coaching career. He may not have won many titles, but has shown credibility as Fulham manager. He has been at the helm of the London club since 2007.

There are some other names coming up. Martin O'Neill, the current manager of Aston Villa, is also being considered as a probable next coach of Liverpool. Moreover, Turkey coach Guus Hiddink and Croatia coach Slaven Bilic are also in the hit list of Liverpool officials.

The list may get longer, but Dalglish and Roy Hodgson seem to be the frontrunners in the list.

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