Kenny calls for unity
By Al Campbell
Updated Saturday, 1st January 2011
Kenny Dalglish has called for everyone to get behind the team this afternoon.
The King urged everyone connected with Liverpool to pull together to help the Reds earn 'three badly needed points' against Bolton this afternoon.
"Let's just press the pause button and throw all our efforts and energies into one basket," Dalglish told the Liverpool Echo.
"Everyone – whether players, supporters, staff or whatever – has to throw everything towards the one aim and that is to get us three badly needed points from the game against Bolton today.
"Because if everyone sticks together we'll have a better chance of getting those three points.
"Then if we want to have a discussion after that, we can.
"But the three points for the club is more important than any single person and how they feel.
"So let's forget the issues today and concentrate on getting those three points.
"It is about Liverpool Football Club right now – not about any individual person.
"If everybody does their job properly; if everybody sticks together; if the players excite the fans and the fans support the players and everyone is led in one direction, then we should get the result today.
"But without everybody being on the same page, it will make it a bit more difficult."