Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is hopeful that the club can develop more success from Sunday’s Carling Cup final over Cardiff, Sky
The Scotsman guided the Reds to their first success since 2006 only just over a year after he returned to the Anfield dugout. Dalglish’s side squeezed through the shoot-out 3-2 thanks to Anthony Gerrard’s missed penalty for Cardiff and Liverpool now have the Carling Cup trophy in their cabinet. The Reds manager has completed a clean sweep of domestic honours as both a player and a manager.
Dalglish said: ‘Although we have won something today, that is not us finished. We don’t want to stop here; we want to keep going. It means an awful lot to a lot of people. All we do is try to make them happy as we possibly can. Today, we have been able to do that. Hopefully, it makes up for some of the day when we have not been able to’.
Despite Liverpool owner John Henry praising Dalglish for the victory, the Reds manager has refused to take personal credit for the revolution at Anfield. Dalglish said: ‘We are where we are now because of the work everyone has done, not just me. The owners, the supporters, the players, everyone has chipped in. We have said that all along’.
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