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Kenny Dalglish

Kenny Dalglish

Clubs played for: Celtic, Liverpool. (1967-1989).

Born: 1951

Birthplace: Glasgow, Scotland

Died:

Position: Forward

Biography: When Kevin Keegan left Liverpool in the Summer of 1977 bound for S.V. Hamburg, Kenny was purchased from Celtic. with him he brought a magnificent record of almost a goal a game from over 200 matches. Kenny has won almost every honour possible in Scotland, England and Europe. His move into management at Anfield was equally as successful, picking up three championship titles and two F.A. Cup wins before deciding to quit the game for a less stressful existence. However, it was not long before he was tempted back, to take the helm at Blackburn Rovers, whom he has now shaped into a Championship winning side. Relinquished team duties in June 1995 to take on the new role of Director of Football but was fired in August 1996. He has not managed since 2000 and has instead focused on charitable concerns, founding The Marina Dalglish Appeal with his wife to raise money for breast cancer. He is also a patron of Marine FC. (Capped 102 times by Scotland and has scored 30 goals both are a record).




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