Dalglish


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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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Judge McCreath said he accepted that Dalglish did not actually touch the victims but added "I have not the slightest doubt that in time it would have come to that".
All proceeds from the song, available to download on iTunes, will go to the Marina Dalglish Appeal which supports people living with breast cancer.
I even saw a few Liverpool fans saying they just wanted to finish in a respectable position at the end of the season so Dalglish could leave with his head held high.
So from the moment Luis Suarez first protested his innocence - or his plain ignorance - within the confines of Anfield, Dalglish was always going to take the route that has offended almost everyone who has felt compelled to comment on the issue.
Dalglish has jumped to the head of the queue for Caen's 16-year-old hot-shot M'Baye Niang and is ready to offer pounds 10million for the young sensation.
The Spanish champions are being tipped to win by the majority of the football community but Dalglish remains cautious about the outcome.
Dalglish left Anfield in 1991, his heart aching at the loss of life at Hillsborough.
New Jersey youth side PDA Dalglish have gone on a winning streak since adopting the former Celtic and Liverpool player's name.
It's now 12 years since Dalglish capped his fantastic career as a player by securing the Double at his first attempt as a manager.
Guests included Liverpool heroes Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen, Gary Gillespie, comedian John Bishop and wife Melanie, plus Coronation Street stars Brooke Vincent and Antony Cotton.
Suarez has been sat in a hotel room for three days and only trained Tuesday and Friday," said Dalglish.
And despite lauding Carroll's progress, Dalglish will not hesitate to leave him on the bench again and again.