Hodgson in dock as Reds hit bottom
ROY Hodgson should ring Robbie Keane and ask him for advice on how to survive a short stay at Anfield.
Now under ferocious pressure after losing to Northampton and Blackpool in the last few weeks, Hodgson heard the calls for Kenny Dalglish which rang out around Anfield yesterday.
"The supporters are entitled to sound their frustrations and they have plenty to be frustrated about," said Hodgson after the 2-1 defeat to Premier League novices Blackpool.
Speculation on Merseyside suggests that Dalglish would be open to a return to front line management and if bad results continue, Hodgson could find that he is the first Liverpool manager in four decades to face the chop with only months on the clock.
"My concerns are that we aren't playing to our full potential," said Hodgson. "But I'm not thinking too much about relegation with 31 games to play.
"Things look really, really bleak. It's very difficult for me to put a brave or bright face on it," he added.
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