Dalglish


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Dalglish

(dælˈɡliːʃ; dəl-)
n
(Biography) Kenny, born 1951, Scottish footballer: a striker, he played for Celtic (1968–77) and for Liverpool (1977–89): manager of Liverpool (1985–91; 2011–12), of Blackburn Rovers (1991–95), Newcastle United (1997–98), and Celtic (2000): Scotland's most-capped footballer (102 appearances, 1971–86)
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He said Dalglish had taken photographs of the children naked when they came to his home and made innocent games appear obscene on film.
Scottish band December has released Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish to celebrate the Reds hero's milestone birthday today.
WHEN Kenny Dalglish first managed Liverpool, he fought valiantly against the fading of their great domination of English football.
A WHILE before Steven Gerrard stood trial for affray in July, 2009, I mentioned in print that those - including Kenny Dalglish - publicly defending the Liverpool captain might want to wait for justice to take its course before delivering their own absolution.
LiverpooL boss Kenny Dalglish is ready to sign up a bunch of superkids - as he builds a new Anfield golden generation of the best young talent around.
LIVERPOOL manager Kenny Dalglish believes Manchester United counterpart Sir Alex Ferguson may have a trick or two up his sleeve in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Both emerged from working class backgrounds in Glasgow to reach the peak of their profession - Dalglish one of the greatest players, Ferguson peerless as a manager.
A FOOTBALL team in America have named themselves after Scottish legend Kenny Dalglish.
For all he's achieved in football and few have done more for the game Kenneth Matheson Dalglish can be forgiven for looking longingly in Arsene Wenger's direction as the Frenchman's double-winning Arsenal side ran round Wembley with the FA Cup last Satur day.
attended the Marina Dalglish Grand Ball in the grounds of Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa, where they were entertained by the fabulous Swann Band who flew in from Geneva and kept guests partying until the early hours.
KENNY DALGLISH hailed Luis Suarez and Stewart Downing for shining in the face of adversity at Villa Park.
Tactically, it was a smart Dalglish move to omit Carroll from all but a couple of minutes of last weekend's win against Chelsea's porous, high defensive line.