Ex-Liverpool chief Comolli: Werner had Dalglish doubts

Former Liverpool chief Damien Comolli admits the club's owners were having second thoughts about Kenny Dalglish before his own departure.

Former Liverpool chief Damien Comolli admits the club's owners were having second thoughts about Kenny Dalglish before his own departure.

Before he left, it was obvious to Comolli there was disquiet over Dalglish, who was eventually sacked in May.

“I went to Florida in March to stay at John Henry’s house for three days,” he told the Daily Express. “They weren’t happy about the fact we were not scoring enough goals. They thought we were not playing enough positive football. Tom Werner [chairman] said, ‘Do you think Kenny is the right person?’ I said, ‘Definitely’. John Henry agreed with me at the time.”

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