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Former Liverpool manager, Dalglish tests positive for COVID-19

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Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish has examined positive for coronavirus and is in health center however is displaying no symptoms, his household have announced.

Dalglish was once admitted to clinic on Wednesday for remedy of an infection which required intravenous antibiotics.

The 69-year-old former and Scotland ahead was once automatically examined for coronavirus after being admitted.

“Unexpectedly, the check end result used to be nice however he stays asymptomatic,” the Dalglish household said.

Dalglish received the Scottish league title 4 instances at Celtic earlier than transferring to Liverpool in 1977. At Liverpool his honours included eight league Championships as a participant and supervisor and three European Cups.

He additionally gained the Premier League as Blackburn Rovers supervisor in 1995.

The declaration added: “He would like to take this possibility to thank the terrific NHS staff, whose dedication, bravery and sacrifice must be the focus of the nation’s interest at this excellent time.

“Prior to his admission to hospital, Sir Kenny had chosen to voluntarily self-isolate for longer than the cautioned duration collectively with his family. He would urge anybody to comply with the relevant authorities and professional guidance in the days and weeks ahead.

“He appears ahead to being home soon. We will grant further updates as and when it is appropriate.”

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