"With the departure of Roy Hodgson and the re-appointment of the club's favourite son, everyone appears to have got what they wanted.
"Yet the whole situation has left a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. Without realising it, Liverpool fans have been disrespectful and I think Dalglish played a part in that.
"First of all, I admit Hodgson did not work as a manager. I would like to have seen him succeed but sometimes in football things do not work out.
"Equally, he found himself under unbelievable pressure and was not given a proper chance.
"What it really needed was Dalglish, the club's ambassador, to make a statement and back Hodgson when the team was suffering problems.
"But that message of support never came. I believe it was wrong of Kenny not to at least try to help Hodgson."