I'm still processing all this to be honest. It still seems a bit surreal. I was 18 when Kenny resigned, so remember it well (it makes me old to realise that there are RAWK members who won't even have been born then!). Although we all knew it was possibly on the cards, I just never brought myself to believe that Kenny Dalglish would be manager again one day. After all, hope is a dangerous emotion, as we know all too well.
It'll probably sink in tomorrow, watching Kenny take his place in the dug-out, and then seeing him stood up (hopefully with his big red and grey coat on again!) watching the action. I don't really know what my expectations are - I don't expect a title challenge at this stage of the season, or even a top 4 placing. But I expect us to play attacking, exciting football again, I expect Torres to flourish, I expect player power to be a thing of the past, and most of all, I expect to have a Liverpool manager who truly knows what it means to represent the club. A man who respects our opponents but won't roll over for them. No longer will we have to hear about 'formidable opponents' like Northampton Town, or 'famous evenings in Trabzonspur'. A man who doesn't really care what the media think about us, as long as we're doing the right things in-house. A man who respects and loves the fans, safe in the knowledge that they love him back.
Damn it's good to have him back.