Having seen Michael Owen take stick at St James' Park two weeks ago, Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish expects the same for Andy Carroll in Sunday's clash at Anfield. Kenny Dalglish: "They (Newcastle fans) will do whatever they want. "It won't take away from what he has done for their football club and it won't take away what the football club meant to Andy. "They will do whatever they want to do and it is a compliment really, in a strange way, if you do get abuse because it means you must have been important to them. "I'm sure when Newcastle signed Alan Shearer they didn't give too much consideration to Blackburn Rovers fans but that's football. What goes around comes around. "I don't know what they will do on Sunday but if, as a player, you don't get abuse off your old supporters then they can't have been too disappointed that you left. "I think the boy is expecting something."