Good News, Following The Discharge Of Liverpool's Legend Kenny Dalglish From The Hospital, After Testing Positive To Coronavirus.

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has been discharged from hospital after being diagnosed with Coronavirus early this week.

The former Reds player and manager, had tested positive for coronavirus despite showing no symptoms of the virus after he had been initially rushed to the hospital on wednesday April 8 for teatment of gallstones, which required intraveneous antibiotics.

The 69-year-old, is set to continue his recovery and will be self-isolating at home with his family in Southport.

Prior to his admission to hospital, Sir Kenny had chosen to voluntarily self-isolate for longer than the advised period together with his family.

Speaking on his quick recovery, the former Celtic and Scottish forward told Sunday post, He urged everyone to follow the relevant giverent guidelines on the days and coming weeks.
"People may think my name got me the best of care but every patient in the NHS gets the best of care," Dalglish said.

"As a nation, we are lucky to have them and I wish them all well as they work tirelessly to help the country through this pandemic," he added.

The Dalglish family have also released a statement to supporters through the Liverpool website, regarding Sir Kenny Dalglish well-being;
"Sir Kenny, would like to take this opportunity to thank the brilliant NHS staff, whose dedication, bravery and sacrifice should be the focus of the nation’s attention at this extraordinary time.... Said the statement,

"He would also ask that they are given the space to do their jobs during what is an extremely challenging time for them and that his own family’s privacy is respected."

"He looks forward to being home soon. We will provide further updates as and when it is appropriate."

Dalglish won the Scottish Premier league and the Scottish cup four times at Celtic before moving to Liverpool in 1977, where he played 515 games and scored 172 goals for the reds.

He also won eight league championships as a player and manager for the reds, and three European Cups.

The 1983 Ballon D'or runner-up, went on to join Blackburn Rovers as manager in 1991, and after spending close to four-years, he won the Premier League with the team in 1994/95 season.

He made 102 caps for the Scotland national team as a player and scored 30 goals before his retirement in 1986.

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