Liverpool’s Managing Director Ian Ayre says Kenny Dalglish should not soley carry any blame for the way the club handled the Luis Suarez-Patrice Evra racism row this season.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Ayre admitted mistakes were made in the way the club handled the saga, and any management decisions were made by the club as a whole, rather than Dalglish alone.
He said, “The great thing about Liverpool Football Club, and particularly the great thing about the team we have running that football club together day to day, is we are all in it together.
“We have a little word that we started using about a year ago, which is ‘Unity’.
“We were unified during that process, we are unified as a management team, we are unified as an ownership and management team.
“Kenny wasn’t hung out to dry and never would be. He’s a very important part of our team.
“We were all involved in all of the process and we all move on from the process for the same reasons. He is a good man and we all support him.”