Dalglish favours redeveloped Anfield option

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Updated: July 4, 2011

Liverpool manger Kenny Dalglish has indicated that he would favour Liverpool redeveloping their current home at Anfield rather that move to a different home.

Current owners Fenway Sports Group have been discussing the possibality of increasing the capacity at Anfield since they took control of the club last October. It seems now that remaining at Anfield is now the favour option by everyone involved.

““We are going to win either way,” Dalglish said. “They have decided we need a bigger attendance and to make that worthwhile we’ve got to get results on the pitch.

“The nostalgic one would be to stay at Anfield and extend it. The other option is to build a new one. If it’s possible I’d slightly favour Anfield because of the tradition that is there. If they can redevelop and it extend it then I would have no problem staying whatsoever.

“I’m sure John (Henry) and Tom (Werner) are having a good look at the stadium situation and will decide what they think is best.

“I would think they will take the fans opinion into consideration. They’ve certainly listened to them so far.”

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