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Ronnie Whelan to replace Rafa at Liverpool.

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Listening to the podcast of Spoony's 606 this morning, a 'Pool fan phoned and said it is time for Rafa to go. He called on the club to appoint 'somebody from within... an ex-player or something.'

The obvious name the caller first suggested was Dalglish.

When Marcotti said that there's probably a reason why Dalglish hasn't managed for so many years and that might be because he doesn't want to any more, he asked the caller who else might fit the bill.

I nearly choked when the numpty suggested Ronnie Whelan! Jesus H... are there two Ronnie Whelans about? One of which I have no knowledge of and has proven himself in management to the extent that he can take over a club like Liverpool and deliver Champions League and Premier League success?

If so... how did he escape my radar?

If he is, indeed, talking about the Ronnie Whelan I am thinking of, the caller needs to either change his medication, or start taking some.
 
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