Dalglish's First Win?

The big Greek got the goal for Liverpool last time out...

Liverpool travel to Blackpool tomorrow for the rescheduled game after snow prevented it in the latter half of last year. A trip to the Las Vegas of England is perhaps a more exciting prospect now Kenny Dalglish is in charge but i think we all know this will be no walk in the park, after a great performance from Holloway's boys at Anfield they will surely fancy themselves again at home.

Injuries for Liverpool mean we are still without Jamie Carragher and both Joe Cole and Paul Konchesky are doubts. Blackpool are without Gilks, Martin, Harewood, Clarke and Basham whilst Carney is out on International duty. Grandin is a doubt with a hamstring problem.

Kyrgiakos scored Liverpool's only goal last time out in the 2-1 defeat. And it took the Reds nearly 60minutes to get one back against a confident Blackpool side.

Varney is a real talent for them and clearly one to watch, no wonder bids made for their star man have been rejected this week.

Ian Holloway has been making kind voices about Liverpool Football Club in his pre match interviews even going as far to say that "Fergie hasn't overcome LFC" of course we as Liverpool fans know this, nobody will ever be on par with Liverpool's traditions and fanbase, you just can't win that sort of stature.

After the defeat to Manchester United at the weekend but a promising performance, i feel a lot more confident now in our ability to win than i would have last week. I really hope Dalglish can notch his first win on the board because with Everton up next it will be a perfect springboard.

Steven Gerrard after receiving his red card will miss 3 games of course which will be hard to take but we've survived for a while without our captain before and we can sure as hell do it again.

Here's to a lovely day out in Blackpool for the travelling fans tomorrow and here's to Dalglish's first three points hopefully!

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