Liverpool has replaced manager Roy Hodgson with former player and coach Kenny Dalglish.
The struggling Premier League club made the announcement Saturday and said it was by mutual consent with Hodgson.
Liverpool says “both parties thought it in the best interests of the club that he stand down from his position as team manager. We wish him all the best for the future.”
Former Liverpool great Dalglish,who has won titles with the Merseyside club as a player and coach,will take charge for the rest of the season – starting with the FA Cup match at Manchester United on Sunday.
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