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Dalglish guided Liverpool to victory over Everton in the second all-Merseyside FA Cup final in 1989, winning the match 3 – 2 after extra time, but was deprived of a second Double in the final game of the season, when Arsenal secured a last-minute goal to steal the title from Liverpool.
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Dalglish and guided
Dalglish guided the club from fourth position to a runner-up spot in May and a place in the new format of the following season's UEFA Champions League.
Barnes was sacked in February 2000 and Dalglish was appointed manager, and he guided them to the Scottish League Cup final where they beat Aberdeen 2 – 0 at Hampden Park, and he left the club shortly thereafter.
Dalglish and Liverpool
In 2009 FourFourTwo named Dalglish as the greatest striker in post-war British football, and in 2006 he topped a Liverpool fans ' poll of " 100 Players Who Shook the Kop ".
In 1977, Liverpool manager Bob Paisley paid a British transfer record of £ 440, 000 to bring Dalglish to Liverpool.
Dalglish became player-manager of Liverpool in 1985 after the resignation of Joe Fagan, winning a further three First Divisions, two FA Cups and four FA Charity Shields, before resigning from Liverpool in 1991.
Despite winning the League Cup, Liverpool could only finish 8th in the Premier League, and Dalglish was dismissed in May 2012.
On 10 August 1977, after making 320 appearances and scoring 167 goals for Celtic, Dalglish was signed by Liverpool manager Bob Paisley for a British transfer fee record of £ 440, 000.
Dalglish was signed to replace Kevin Keegan, and Liverpool supporters were initially sceptical that he could perform this task.
By the end of his first season with Liverpool, Dalglish had played 62 times and scored 31 goals, including the winning goal in the 1978 European Cup Final final at Wembley against Bruges.
Dalglish was voted PFA Player of the Year for the 1982 – 83 season, during which he scored 18 league goals as Liverpool retained their title.
After becoming player-manager on the retirement of Joe Fagan in the 1985 close season, Dalglish selected himself for just 21 First Division games in 1985 – 86 as Liverpool won the double, but he started the FA Cup final win over Everton.
With the sale of Ian Rush to Juventus in 1987, Dalglish formed a new striker partnership of new signings John Aldridge and Peter Beardsley for the 1987 – 88 season, and he played only twice in a league campaign which saw Liverpool gain their 17th title.
After the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985 and Joe Fagan's subsequent resignation as manager, Dalglish became player-manager of Liverpool.
Liverpool achieved this by winning the League Championship by two points over Everton ( Dalglish himself scored the winner in a 1 – 0 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to secure the title on the final day of the season ), and the FA Cup by beating Everton in the final.
The new-look Liverpool side shaped by Dalglish topped the league for almost the entire season, and had a run of 37 matches unbeaten in all competitions ( including 29 in the league ; 22 wins and 7 draws ) from the beginning of the season to 21 February 1988, when they lost to Everton in the league.
Dalglish resigned as manager of Liverpool ( on health grounds ) on 22 February 1991, two days after a 4 – 4 draw with rivals Everton in an FA Cup fifth round tie at Goodison Park, in which Liverpool surrendered the lead four times.
During the Hillsborough Memorial Service on 15 April 2011, Liverpool MP Steve Rotherham announced he would submit an Early Day Motion to have Dalglish knighted, " not only for his outstanding playing and managerial career, but also the charity work he has done with his wife, Marina, for breast cancer support and what he did after Hillsborough.
In April 2009 Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez invited Dalglish to take up a role at the club's youth academy.
Dalglish and victory
Dalglish also scored three days later on his Anfield debut in a 2 – 0 victory over Newcastle United, and he scored Liverpool's sixth goal when they beat Keegan's Hamburg 6 – 0 in the second leg of the 1977 UEFA Super Cup final.
Tommy Docherty gave Dalglish his debut for the Scottish national side as a substitute in the 1 – 0 Euro 1972 qualifier victory over Belgium on 10 November 1971 at Pittodrie.
In February 2012, Dalglish led Liverpool to their first trophy in six years, with victory in the 2011 – 12 Football League Cup.
However, United ( now managed by Shearer's old boss at Blackburn, Kenny Dalglish ) had a good run in the FA Cup ; Shearer scored the winning goal in a semi final victory over Sheffield United as the team reached the final.
Fairclough's scored his one and only Liverpool hat-trick on 9 February 1980 during the thrilling 5 – 3 league victory over Norwich City at Carrow Road, the goals came in the 4th, 18th and 75th minutes, Kenny Dalglish ( 88th ) and Jimmy Case ( 89th ) guaranteed a late win for the Reds.
Dalglish and over
Dalglish scored his first goal for Scotland a year later on 15 November 1972 in the 2 – 0 World Cup qualifier win over Denmark at Hampden Park.
In January 1997 Dalglish was appointed manager of Premier League side Newcastle United on a three-and-a-half-year contract, taking over from Kevin Keegan.
The 1997 – 98 campaign saw Newcastle finish in only 13th place and, despite Dalglish achieving some notable successes during the season ( including a 3 – 2 UEFA Champions League win over Barcelona and an FA Cup final appearance against Arsenal ), he was sacked by Freddie Shepherd after two draws in the opening two games of the subsequent 1998 – 1999 season, and replaced by former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit.
Poor results during the start of that season led to Hodgson leaving the club by mutual consent and former manager Kenny Dalglish taking over.
In 1992, Blackburn was promoted to the new Premier League a year after being taken over by local steel baron Jack Walker, who installed Kenny Dalglish as manager.
Dalglish made a run across his path into space, but Whelan used it as a dummy and clipped an exquisite ball over three Everton defenders into the path of Rush who, from the angle of the six-yard area, thumped the ball past Mimms, knocking over a camera in the process.
Barnes was sacked shortly afterwards, with Dalglish taking over first-team duties until the end of the season.
Grobbelaar was retained by three of Liverpool's greatest managers ; Paisley, Fagan and Dalglish, over a period of 13 years.
The new-look striker partnership of Beardsley and Aldridge took over from the long-standing partnership of Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush, which was arguably the most successful partnership in English football during the 1980s.
Five years later, during his second caretaker spell, they had just been taken over by local steel baron Jack Walker and were a wealthy, ambitious side building for a challenge for promotion to the new FA Premier League-which was ultimately achieved at the end of the season under new manager Kenny Dalglish.
McMahon agreed to join Liverpool on the 12 September 1985 for £ 350, 000 thus becoming the first signing to be made by new manager Kenny Dalglish, and filling the void left by Graeme Souness over a year earlier.
He was gradually brought into the first team over the next 18 months by Joe Fagan, before being given regular games in the left back slot by new player-manager Kenny Dalglish as a replacement for Alan Kennedy in the 1985 – 86 season.
Dalglish took over as manager until the end of the season, during which time Tébily appeared irregularly.
His first full-season at St. James ' Park saw the departure of Keegan, with Kenny Dalglish taking over and guiding the club to another runners-up spot.
Over the next two seasons, Barton's first team opportunities were more limited as manager Kevin Keegan and his successor Kenny Dalglish ( who took over in January 1997 ) chose Steve Watson as a right back more frequently.