Kenny Dalglish

Scottish association football player and manager

Kenny Dalglish (born March 4, 1951, Dalmarnock, Glasgow, Scotland) is a former Scottish football player and manager. He is most famous for his time with Celtic FC and Liverpool FC.


  • What do I say to them in the dressing-room? Nothing really. Most of the time I don't even know what they are going to do myself.
    • On managing Liverpool FC (Source)
  • Management is a seven-days-a-week job. The Intensity of it takes it toll on your health. Some people want to go on for ever, and I obviously don't.
    • On leaving the manager job of Liverpool FC in 1991 (Source)
  • The people who come to watch us play, who love the team and regard it as part of their lives, would never appreciate Liverpool having a huge balance in the bank. They want every asset we possess to be wearing a red shirt.
  • I would just love to have gone and stood in the Kop.


  • His genius is not only in his own ability but in making others play
  • Of all the players I have played alongside, managed and coached in more than 40 years at Anfield, he is the most talented.
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