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Liverpool Legends Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush Send Well-wishes To Sir Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool legends Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush have sent their best wishes to Reds legend Kenny Dalglish who tested positive for coronavirus on Friday.


Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish tested positive for the COVID-19 strain earlier this week. The former Liverpool manager was admitted in a hospital for other reasons but underwent a routine coronavirus test which came back positive. As per the latest updates, Sir Kenny Dalglish remains asymptomatic and is not in intensive care. A host of former footballers and Liverpool legends have sent their well-wishes to the Dalglish family. 

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Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush reach out to Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish


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Liverpool legends Steven Gerrard and Ian Rush wished a speedy recovery to Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish. The former Celtic man was admitted in the hospital on Friday but remains in stable condition. Former teammate Terry McDermott also sent his well-wishes towards the Scot.

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