Date: 7th November 2011 at 10:28pm
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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says survival won’t be a problem for Swansea City if they continue to play like they did during Saturday’s 0-0 draw.

After a dominant opening 15 minutes for the Reds, the Swans then settled into the game and were able to demonstrate just why they’ve gained a reputation of being such a good passing side.

Both teams had chances but Rodgers’ side had plenty of possession in the second half and looked to be in comfortable control in spells, as the home crowd began to get frustrated and impatient.

Dalglish says avoiding relegation won’t be a problem for Swansea City if they can continue performing as well as they did on Saturday:

‘Swansea played how we thought they would,’

‘It doesn’t matter if it’s their first year or they’ve been here for ten years, they’ve got a way of playing and they do it well.

‘If Swansea keep playing like that they won’t have a problem (staying up).’


Swansea City currently sit in 10th place after 11 games with 13 points. Next up is Manchester United at home on November 19th, 5.30pm.