Dalglish's son thanks fans after Liverpool legend catches up
LONDON: Kenny Dalglish His son admitted that he was truly humiliated by the messages of support that came from all over the soccer world after the Liverpool the legend tested positive for the coronavirus .
Dalglish discovered he had the virus after being admitted to the hospital on Wednesday for treatment for a separate infection that required intravenous antibiotics.
The 69-year-old Scot's family said on Friday he is not showing symptoms of the disease, but Liverpool fans, current players and old stars were quick to send him their best wishes.
Dalglish's son Paul replied on Twitter, writing: It is not my place to comment on my old man, he can do it himself in due course.
It is not my place to comment on my old man, he can do it himself in due course. Truly humiliating messages from ... https://t.co/anmKw8tJPF - Paul Dalglish (@DalglishPaul) 1586567227000
Truly humiliating messages from fans of all teams.
I am sure we can all agree that this is more important than soccer and that we are all united as blues to support the NHS. Keep everyone safe.
Dalglish's daughter, Sky Sports presenter Kelly Cates, also shared a message of thanks to fans for their kind words and good wishes.
Thank you so much for your lovely messages and I am so sorry I can't reply to all of you, he tweeted.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker said on Twitter: Love from Becker family to Sir Kenny Dalglish !!
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher He tweeted: Hopeful Kenny will get rid of the virus as soon as possible.
Blackburn, whom Dalglish led to the Premier league title in 1995 said: Everyone at Rovers would like to send their love and best wishes to Sir Kenny Dalglish and his family.
Dalglish won the Scottish league title with Celtic as a player on four occasions before signing for Liverpool in 1977.
At Anfield, he captured eight English league titles, three FA Cups and three European Cups as a player and in two managerial spells.
In his Liverpool playing career, I have scored 172 goals in 515 games.
As well as his role in Liverpool 's golden era in the 1970s and 1980s, Dalglish received plaudits for supporting victims' families after 96 fans died in the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster.