Former Liverpool player and manager Kenny Dalglish has expressed an interest in returning to the club in a coaching capacity, should his services be called upon. The 58-year-old made more than 500 league appearances for the Reds from 1977-90 - managing the side for the final five of those years - before moving on to Blackburn in 1991, and has recently been linked with a return to Anfield in a youth development role. And the Scot has admitted it is a prospect that interests him, should it materialise. “All I can say at the moment is... if I can help Liverpool Football Club in any way, shape or form then I'm in. That's not a new revelation," he told LFC Magazine. "If I can be of help to the club I love in any capacity then I'm more than happy to play any part that I can. If the manager or the people running the club think there's a role for me then I'll fill it happily. "Similarly, if the club think the best thing for the club is for me to stay out of the way, then I'm not going to take offence at that either. "At the moment, there's not much more that I can say other than that if and when there's anything to say, the supporters - the people who keep this club alive - will be the first to know." LIVERPOOL FANS! Check FourFourTwo.com’s ever-expanding interviews archive for more stuff to read: Web Exclusives Ian Rush, Craig Johnston Q&A Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres One on One Michael Owen, Nicolas Anelka, Kevin Keegan Boy's A Bit Special Danny Guthrie Ask A Silly Question John Barnes, Peter Crouch, Luis Garcia, John Aldridge Perfect XI Jamie Carragher What Happened Next? Julian Dicks And Another Thing Being a Big Four fan Plus! Rate Liverpool players (and others) on Talentspotter
22 April 2009
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