Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has said that manager Kenny Dalglish and MD Ian Ayre will not be following Damien Comolli out of Anfield.
Asked whether the Director of Football’s departure would have any impact upon Dalglish’s position as manager, Werner told the club’s official site:
“Absolutely not. We’ve got great confidence in Kenny.
“We feel the team is going to make strides in the future and he enjoys our full support.”
Werner was equally supportive of Ian Ayre.
“We believe the senior management is very strong, Ian Ayre is an outstanding managing director. His charge is to raise revenue so that we can put the resources into strengthening our football club.
“We’ve got great confidence in the other people in football operations, and so the answer is there will be no future changes of significance.”
Werner also confirmed that Camolli’s departure won’t affect summer recruitment.
“We’ve had a strategy that we have agreed on. There was some disconnect on the implementation of that. That strategy is a strong one and it will continue.
“We need to build a strong system under the first team. We’re hard at work identifying transfer targets and we will be better next year.”