Referred to as “King Kenny” by the Liverpool faithful, Kenny Dalglish enjoyed a glittering career on Merseyside both as a player and manager and is regarded by many supporters as the club’s greatest ever player.
During his time at Anfield, Dalglish made over 500 appearances for the Reds, scoring 172 goals. Following his move to Merseyside from Celtic in 1977, the Scot became an essential player for the next decade. He took on the role as player-manager in 1985 – retiring from playing in 1990 and leaving his position as manager the following year.
Dalglish won a host of trophies during his career at Liverpool including nine Football League First Division titles, four Football League Cups and three European Cups. He also won the League Cup in 2012 in his second spell as manager between January 2011– May 2012.