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Dalglish

Kenny, born 1951, Scottish footballer: a striker, he played for Celtic (1968--77) and for Liverpool (1977--89): manager of Liverpool (1985--91), of Blackburn Rovers (1991--95), and of Newcastle United (1997--98): Scotland's most-capped footballer
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Brought up in the Milton area of Glasgow, Dalglish was a childhood Rangers fan.
The guard of honour which greeted the Dalglish family on to the pitch at Anfield, as piper Ian Duncan played You'll Never Walk Alone, was like a club 'who's who', recognising the stature of the man they were here to honour.
During a stay that was over in the blink of an eye, Dalglish piloted a team that finished runners-up in the Premier League and the following campaign reached the FA Cup final.
Dalglish, who brought the former Kop hero to Anfield from Ajax in a PS22m deal in January 2011, will jet to Spain for the awards ceremony to be held in Barcelona on Wednesday.
According to the BBC, Dalglish expressed his honour and privilege at being a part of Liverpool again, adding that he is looking forward to working with the board of directors and contributing to the strategic issues that affect Liverpool.
Dalglish is taking charge of a team that includes Dimitar Berbatov, John Terry and Gabby Agbonlahor.
Liverpool's owners FSG are considering offering Dalglish the post he had at Anfield before he stepped into the breach to replace Roy Hodgson two years ago.
Twitter almost went into meltdown when it emerged Dalglish had flown over to Boston for showdown talks with Fenway Sports Group.
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During the interview, Dalglish conceded he was far from immune to the sort of executive ruthlessness that did for Damien Comolli.