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by Kenny Dalglish,John Keith
Author: Kenny Dalglish,John Keith
Publisher: HarperCollinsWillow (September 19, 1988)
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Sir Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish MBE (born 4 March 1951) is a Scottish former football player and manager. He made more than 300 appearances for Celtic and Liverpool and earned over 100 caps for the Scotland national team. Dalglish won the Ballon d'Or Silver Award in 1983, the PFA Players' Player of the Year in 1983, and the FWA Footballer of the Year in 1979 and 1983
Broadcaster, author and journalist John Keith spent more than 30 years on the Daily Express northern sports desk. Paperback: 288 pages. Publisher: Robson Books Ltd (September 13, 2001).
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As a player, Sir Kenny helped Liverpool win three European Cups in seven years. Image caption Kenny Dalglish was given a testimonial by Liverpool in 1990
As a player, Sir Kenny helped Liverpool win three European Cups in seven years. He went on to successfully manage both Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers. Sir Kenny supported the families of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and he and his wife Marina have raised more than £10m for charity. Also being honoured during the investiture at Buckingham Palace, were actor Tom Hardy, footballer Jermain Defoe, television historian Lucy Worsley and entrepreneur Jo Malone. Image caption Kenny Dalglish was given a testimonial by Liverpool in 1990. Kenny Dalglish was born in Glasgow and signed for Celtic in 1967, becoming a first-team regular in 1971.
Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool love affair first began in August 1966 when a 15-year-old Glaswegian travelled .
Although the young forward’s first journey to Merseyside came to nothing, 11 years and 167 Celtic goals later, he was finally recruited by the Reds to replace a club legend in the form of the departing Kevin Keegan. Dalglish slipped seamlessly into Paisley's all-conquering red machine and the new King of the Kop crowned his first season by topping the club's goalscoring charts and netting the.
Former Liverpool defender John Scales said Dalglish had had a tough year, but thought he would be given . Everybody understands Liverpool's season was not good enough. They were 40-odd points off the two Manchester clubs.
Former Liverpool defender John Scales said Dalglish had had a tough year, but thought he would be given another season. I'm shocked, but over the last couple of days when he went over to Boston the silence has been deafening. Dalglish's sacking comes following talks in Boston with the club's principal owners, John W Henry and Tom Werner.
Liverpool's principal owner, John W Henry, said it was "in the best interests of the club" to remove Hodgson yesterday morning and take a gamble on Dalglish, whose last game as manager was at Celtic, where he took a caretaker role after John Barnes's departure, in 2000
Liverpool's principal owner, John W Henry, said it was "in the best interests of the club" to remove Hodgson yesterday morning and take a gamble on Dalglish, whose last game as manager was at Celtic, where he took a caretaker role after John Barnes's departure, in 2000. We are grateful for Roy's efforts over the past six months, we wish him all the best for the future," said Henry. We are delighted that Dalglish has agreed to step in and manage the team for the remainder of the season. Kenny was not just a legendary footballer, he was the third of our.