Friends Of Liverpool

Kenny Dalglish maybe right to have a grievance against Premiership referee’s decisions thus far this season.

Already Liverpool are 5 points behind League leaders Man City and Man Utd on 12 points while the Reds lie in 5th with 7 points, early days yet though.

Kenny had a peculiar rant against the Premiership officials when he complained about decisions have gone against Liverpool.

I admit that Jamie Carragher was too physical against Jon Walters and the penalty was justly awarded, albeit, against the run of play.
Liverpool, too, might have had a penalty late in the game when a Suarez cross was handled by Upson, I think, but it was more of a case of ball-to-hand than anything else.

I think the game Kenny had his mind on really was against Sunderland where we drew 1-1 but should have won.
Andy Carroll took a Downing cross on his chest and then slammed it into the net only for it to be ruled out as a foul by the ref.

We have had some bad decisions already given against us but I don’t think its the end of the world, just yet.
Kenny is not losing his nerve as some papers are reporting, scurrilous scaremongering as usual.

Bring on the Spurs.

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