KENNY DALGLISH THE BEST PLAYER IN LIVERPOOL FC FANTASTIC HISTORY

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Full name - Kenneth Mathieson 'Kenny' Dalglish
Date of birth - March 4, 1951
Place of birth - Glasgow, Scotland
Height - 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Playing position - Deep-lying forward

He scored 172 goals for Liverpool and 167 for Celtic not to mention the 30 he buried for his national side Scotland.
He was the first ever player to score 100 goals in both the English and Scottish leagues.

Playing honours for Liverpool >>

WINNERS

1977/78 Charity Shield Shared
1977/78 European Super Cup
1977/78 European Cup
1978/79 League Championship (Division 1)
1979/80 Charity Shield
1979/80 League Championship (Division 1)
1980/81 Charity Shield
1980/81 League Cup
1980/81 European Cup
1981/82 League Cup
1981/82 League Championship (Division 1)
1982/83 Charity Shield
1982/83 League Cup
1982/83 League Championship (Division 1)
1983/84 League Cup
1983/84 League Championship (Division 1)
1983/84 European Cup
1985/86 League Championship (Division 1)
1985/86 FA Cup
1986/87 Charity Shield Shared

RUNNER UP

1977/78 League Cup
1977/78 League Championship (Division 1)
1978/79 European Super Cup
1981/82 Intercontinental Cup
1983/84 Charity Shield
1984/85 Charity Shield
1984/85 Intercontinental Cup
1984/85 League Championship (Division 1)
1984/85 European Cup
1986/87 League Cup
1986/87 League Championship (Division 1)

AWARDS
PFA Players' Player of the Year 1983
Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year 1979, 1983
Inaugural Inductee to the English Football Hall of Fame, 2002

Managerial career for Liverpool.>>

WINNERS

1985/86 League Championship (Division 1)
1985/86 FA Cup
1986/87 Charity Shield Shared
1987/88 League Championship (Division 1)
1988/89 Charity Shield
1988/89 FA Cup
1989/90 Charity Shield
1989/90 League Championship (Division 1)
1990/91 Charity Shield Shared

RUNNER UP

1986/87 League Cup
1986/87 League Championship (Division 1)
1987/88 FA Cup
1988/89 League Championship (Division 1)
1990/91 League Championship (Division 1)

YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE.

with Blackburn

1992 Won promotion to top flight.

1994 Premiership runners-up.

1995 Premiership champions.

With Newcastle

1998 FA Cup runners-up.

International record

Scotland: 102 matches (national record), 30 goals (national record shared with Denis Law).