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Liverpool icon Sir Kenny Dalglish tests positive for coronavirus and is hospitalized

Liverpool icon Sir Kenny Dalglish is testing positive for coronavirus and is currently undergoing hospital treatment

  • Sir Kenny Dalglish is hospitalized after a positive test for coronavirus
  • He was hospitalized on Wednesday for another condition and assessed
  • His family has made a statement to assure fans that he is not in a critical condition
  • Dalglish is a Liverpool legend and has won every domestic trophy as a manager

Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish has tested positive for Coronavirus and is being treated in the hospital.

Dalglish is the club’s best player, winning every domestic trophy on two spells as a manager. He was hospitalized on Wednesday for treatment with another condition, but as is now common, he was assessed for Covid-19.

His family has made a statement to ensure he is not in a critical condition, but the news of the diagnosis will inevitably worry Liverpool supporters about his well-being.

Sir Kenny Dalglish has tested positive for Coronavirus and is being treated in a hospital

Sir Kenny Dalglish has tested positive for Coronavirus and is being treated in a hospital

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

Dalglish won six titles in the first division, the FA Cup, four League Cups, the European Super Cup and three European Cups as a Liverpool player

Dalglish won six titles in the first division, the FA Cup, four League Cups, the European Super Cup and three European Cups as a Liverpool player

Dalglish won six titles in the first division, the FA Cup, four League Cups, the European Super Cup and three European Cups as a Liverpool player

The statement said: “Sir Kenny was hospitalized on Wednesday, April 8, to treat an infection that required intravenous antibiotics.

In accordance with current procedures, he was then tested for COVID-19, despite not showing any symptoms of the disease previously. Unexpectedly, the test result was positive, but remains asymptomatic.

“Prior to his hospitalization, Sir Kenny had chosen to voluntarily isolate himself with his family for longer than the advised period. He urges everyone to follow the relevant government and expert guidance in the coming days and weeks.

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

A Liverpool icon, Dalglish has won every domestic trophy on both spells as their manager

The 69-year-old was hospitalized for another condition and was tested for coronavirus

The 69-year-old was hospitalized for another condition and was tested for coronavirus

The 69-year-old was hospitalized for another condition and was tested for coronavirus

“He would like to take this opportunity to thank the brilliant NHS staff, whose dedication, courage and sacrifice should be the nation’s attention at this extraordinary time.

He would also like to ask that they be given the space to do their work in a very challenging time for them and that the privacy of his own family be respected.

“He’s looking forward to being home soon. We will provide further updates as and when appropriate. ”

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