Kenny Dalglish was totally relaxed as treble chasing Blackburn were preparing to reclaim top spot in the English premier league against Coventry at Ewood Park. It was kind of a déjà vu moment for the Blackburn boss as he had quit Liverpool two years earlier because of pressures of the job.
But he claimed that he was revelling in that season’s glory quest that had taken Rovers into the semi-finals of the Coca Cola Cup, a round of 16 of the FA cup and a three-goal victory that week would mean that they would go top in the league as well.
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