who gives a dam about winning the carling cup on penalties against a championship team that deserve to beat us in normal time
We should be ashamed of this not celebrating the fact.
Can't believe what nonsense I'm reading.
Does winning the Carling Cup mean that our season was an outstanding success? No. Nobody here is saying or even implying that. But for f*cksake it's a trophy! Have you also forgotten than we won away to Chelsea, Man City and Stoke on the way to getting to the final?
Ashamed of winning a trophy. F*cking pathetic comment to make.
With you there mate! I think we are on different sides of the fence with regards to dalglish but f*cking hell how is winning a trophy
not a positive? It's called WINNING. It's probably the least important trophy granted, but only one team can win it every year and this year it was us! That is a positive in a season of negatives.
Exactly. Suggesting that it's a cup not worth winning and all of the other nonsense written about it is just childish, and are the acts of people feelings sorry for themselves, to be fair.
As for being on different sides of the fence about Dalglish, I wouldn't say that. I stick up for Dalglish a lot, but it's mostly to do with the uncalled-for personal comments that certain people make towards him. That sh*t isn't right in my eyes, and I don't like to see it. I've said all along that I'm split as to whether I want him to stay or not. I would love nothing more than to see Kenny succeed with us, but I'm not convinced he can. I'll support whatever decision the owners make regarding him.
I don't agree with the suggestions of him going into a DoF role. I think that if he departs as manager then he should be away from the first team altogether. Also, if he goes, it had better be for a decent replacement with the long term in mind and not another Roy Hodgson-esque stopgap. No point getting rid of a manager for the sake of it without having someone decent to bring in in place.