‘King Kenny’ was the outstanding player of his generation. He gained a Scottish record of 102 caps and equalled Denis Law's tally of 30 international goals. Dalglish played for 10 years with Celtic. In 1977 he was transferred to Liverpool for £440,000. His success with Celtic and Liverpool resulted in a phenomenal haul of medals, as well as being the first player to score more than 100 league goals in both Scotland and England. Winning three European Cup titles with Liverpool were high points in his playing career. Dalglish started his management career with Liverpool in 1985 and was the first player-manager to lead his team out at Wembley. He went on to manage Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Celtic, before returning for a second spell as Liverpool boss.
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