Paul Konchesky on way out of Anfield.
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Paul Konchesky is in talks with Fulham about rejoining the club and ending his miserable five-month spell at Liverpool as the signing who came to represent Roy Hodgson’s brief and unsuccessful time at Anfield.
Konchesky left Craven Cottage in late August to become Liverpool’s new left-back but his performances under Hodgson, previously his manager at Fulham, led to him being heavily criticised by the club’s supporters and demoted from the team.
The 29-year-old has not played since Kenny Dalglish took over from Hodgson earlier this month and Fulham are hoping a deal can be arranged to take him back to London before Monday’s transfer deadline.
Officials from the two clubs were due to hold talks about the deal before [last night’s] game at Anfield and, if everything goes through, Liverpool will get back in contact with Aston Villa about Stephen Warnock returning to Anfield on a loan deal for the rest of the season.
If Glen Johnson is considered a better defender than you, it is time to ask questions of yourself.
Especially if he is being played out of position to fill your role.
Time to go for Paul Konchesky – the man who was only really rated by his mother Carol.
I offer my gratitude to him for his efforts, but he just isn’t Liverpool quality.
Stephen Warnock is a decent defender that came through the Liverpool ranks, and is understood to be very interested in rejoining his old side.
Pity Liverpool didn’t just move for him in the summer instead…