Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has confessed constant concern over what has passed in the last 18 months at his beloved Liverpool.
The 5 time European Cup winners have faltered in the league under the guidance of new boss Roy Hodgson, and were close to administration off the pitch before Fenway Sports Group took over from Gillett and Hicks in October.
The team failed to qualify for the Champions League last year and have since parted company with Hodgson, bringing in living legend Kenny Dalglish to transform the team’s fortunes.
After six games unbeaten under Dalglish, things are looking up on Merseyside, but that doesn’t mean Carragher wasn’t concerned.
Carragher said of his concern, “Every day! To be honest, it’s been like that for a little while.
“Stevie [Gerrard] and I are so involved emotionally, sometimes too much, and it affects your whole life, and the last 18 months have been really tough.
“We’ve not been doing too well and the fans are your friends and family and it takes its toll.
“So it’s great that the pressure has lessened off and people are starting talking about the top four.
“Dalglish’s presence and who he is has galvanised the whole club – players and supporters. I don’t need to tell you what he means to the club and the fans.”