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It's almost unthinkable that Kenny Dalglish could be sacked as Liverpool boss, given how highly he's regarded at Anfield.
However, results haven't gone well at all for the Reds, and after their 3-1 defeat to Bolton Wanderers, it's clear this Liverpool team is one with big issues, and one which won't qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the 2012/13 season.
Dalglish's side have scored just 27 times in 22 league matches this term, and lie seventh in the Premier League table, six points off fourth placed Chelsea having lost five league games and drawn eight this season.
Clearly that's not the form principal owner John W Henry envisioned when he rescued the club and invested hundreds of millions to make it great again.
Results need to pick up soon for Dalglish, not just in the FA Cup and Carling Cup, but most importantly in the Premier League. Otherwise, the Liverpool legend might suffer the same fate as predecessor Roy Hodgson.