At some point, the men behind Fenway Sports Group will have to evaluate Kenny Dalglish's performance and whether he is taking Liverpool where they want the club to go.
If they make their assessment on sheer numbers they may well be disappointed. In all competitions Dalglish has gained 106 points from 61 games, an average of 1.73 points per match. That's better than his predecessor, Roy Hodgson (1.55), and his old team-mate Graeme Souness (1.54) but worse than Rafa Benitez (1.88), Gerard Houllier and Roy Evans (both 1.77).
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