Thursday 27th May 2004 


Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish insists the new manager at Anfield will be taking on one of the best jobs in football.
Dalglish himself has been quoted as an outsider to succeed Gerard Houllier, but he insists he has had no contact with Reds' officials about an emotional return.

He does, however, insist that whoever is in charge at the start of the new season can consider themselves fortunate to be entrusted with 'a great job'.

"It's quite a crucial time for them to make sure they make the right decision," Dalglish said.

"That's not just for who's coming in but also for the situation with the Thai people as well.

"It's not a difficult job the manager's job - it's a great job and whoever comes in is going to be lucky."


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