Poll: Should Dalglish step down as Liverpool boss after drawing with Aston Villa?

The Reds' poor run of form will see them miss out Champions League football once more, is the League Cup enough for fans or is it time for the manager go?
Liverpool's draw against Aston Villa means Kenny Dalglish's men have now won just one of their last eight Premier League games.

Despite winning the League Cup earlier in the season, the Merseyside club have suffered a far from satisfactory campaign. Indeed in 2012, they have only recorded nine points from a possible 39 available.

They currently sit in eighth position in the table, behind local rivals Everton, and face the Toffees next weekend in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Their poor league form has seen Dalglish come in for criticism, particularly due to the performances of some of his signings.

The 61-year-old brought Andy Carroll to the club for a fee of £35 million, after Fernando Torres left Anfield for Chelsea, but the former Newcastle man has only managed three goals in the Premier League so far this season.

Other flops include the £20m men Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing as well as Charlie Adam, bought from Blackpool for £5m.


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