It was time, Kenny Dalglish said at his first press conference since returning as Liverpool manager, to put aside romance. And there is no better place for the speedy dumping of fable than Bloomfield Road tonight.
At the home of the Premier League's least-endowed members, Dalglish could be in for a very nasty jolt of reality. Here he will get a sense of exactly what it is that he has taken on. And it is unlikely to make pleasant viewing.
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