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Hail To The King: Liverpool To Rename Anfield Stand In Honour Of Kenny Dalglish Before Man Utd Clash (Photos)

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Liverpool will afford one of football's highest honours to Kenny Dalglish this weekend when they officially open a stand renamed in his honour.

As of this Saturday's visit of Manchester United to Anfield, the Centenary Stand will henceforth be rechristened in King Kenny's name to commemorate all the fine work the former Reds player and manager has done for the club both on and off the pitch.

Liverpool to unveil Dalglish Stand against Man Utd

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London (AFP) – Liverpool will officially unveil the newly named Kenny Dalglish Stand at their match with fierce rivals Manchester United next week, the club said on Friday.

The Premier League giants announced that Anfield’s Centenary Stand would be renamed the Kenny Dalglish Stand earlier this year to commemorate the player’s contribution to the club both on and off the field.

Liverpool to unveil Dalglish Stand against Man Utd

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London (AFP) – Liverpool will officially unveil the newly named Kenny Dalglish Stand at their match with fierce rivals Manchester United next week, the club said on Friday.

The Premier League giants announced that Anfield’s Centenary Stand would be renamed the Kenny Dalglish Stand earlier this year to commemorate the player’s contribution to the club both on and off the field.

Liverpool To Rename Anfield’s Centenary Stand In Honour Of Kenny Dalglish

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Liverpool have announced that they are to bestow Kenny Dalglish with the highest honour any football club can give one of their alumni, by renaming one of the stands at Anfield in his honour.

As part of the Reds' ongoing 125th anniversary celebrations, owner John Henry has decided to rename the Centenary Stand (opposite the Main Stand) in honour ofthe "unique contribution"Dalglish has made over the years.

Liverpool to rename stand after Dalglish

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London (AFP) – Anfield’s Centenary Stand is to be renamed in honour of Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish, the club announced on Wednesday.

Dalglish, 66, won eight league titles, three European Cups, two FA Cups and five League Cups during a glittering 13-year stint as a player and two managerial tenures.

RIP Ronnie Moran: 15 Belting Vintage Photos Of ‘Mr Liverpool’ In His Pomp

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The sad news doing the rounds this morning is that Ronnie Moran, bona fide Liverpool club legend, has passed away at the age of 83.

Moran joined the Reds as a 15-year-old in 1949 and duly spent his entire playing career at the club, making 379 appearances, many of which as captain.

He then moved intocoaching at the behest of Bill Shankly, thus forming part of the iconic 'Boot Room Boys' alongside Shanks, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Reuben Bennett.

‘I Didn’t Know Who My Teammates Were’ – Andy Carroll Admits He Had To Google Several Liverpool Players After Joining Them

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At the behest of the Daily Mail, Andy Carroll fritter away an indeterminate period of time chatting to Jamie Redknapp recently the poor sod.

The pair discussed Carroll's career to date, including his expensive and rather ill-fated stint at Redknapp's old club, Liverpool.

After acknowledgingthat things"never really happened" at Anfield, Carroll also admitted that he didn't know who someof his new teammates were upon signing for the Reds in 2011 partly because, by his own admission, he doesn't really like watching football.

Liverpool Versus Wenger

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Arsene Wenger has been at Arsenal for 20 years... That's a bloody long time in football and during that time it's fair to say we've had several scrapes with the Gunners so in the run up to our opening league fixture on Sunday I thought it would be good to take a look back through the Wenger years.

In the time that Arsene has been in London, Liverpool have had a total of seven managers; Roy Evans, Gerard Houllier, Rafael Benitez, Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalglish, Brendan Rodgers and of course Jurgen Klopp.

On This Day In 2011: Return Of The King As Kenny Dalglish Receives Second Liverpool Coronation

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With the team floundering, morale lowand players in revolt, Liverpool decided to sack manager Roy Hodgson on 8th January 2011 and turn once again to club legend Kenny Dalglish.

Dalglish had been one of the finest creative forwardsin the game for Liverpool between 1977 and 1990, and served as player manager for the last five years of that spell.

Farewell Stevie – Is Steven Gerrard Liverpool’s greatest ever player?

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Kenny Dalglish: Liverpool are best team in England…and Man Utd won’t score

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Liverpool are the best team in England at the moment following their incredible run of form, according to Kop legend Kenny Dalglish. The club idol is...

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Brendan Rodgers Does Not Get Liverpool’s History

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Liverpool fans are extremely proud of the club's wonderful European history. A history that has seen them lift the European Cup/Champions League five times and the UEFA Cup three times. So what do they think when there manager says that a European defeat is a blessing in disguise as they can now focus on the 'bigger picture' of the Premier League and FA Cup?

Man Utd could still sign Radamel Falcao and have handled him well, says Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish

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Manchester United could still sign Radamel Falcao on a permanent deal in the summer and have handled him well, says Liverpool legend Kenny...

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Steven Gerrard is no less of a legend because he never won the title with Liverpool, says Kenny Dalglish

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Steven Gerrard is no less of a Liverpool legend because he never won the Premier League, says Kop idol Kenny Dalglish. The former Anfield boss says...

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Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling showed his class after Man Utd disappointment, says Kenny Dalglish

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish surprised Man Utd did not sign more defenders

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has revealed he was surprised that Manchester United did not sign more defenders after losing centre-backs Rio...

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish leaps to defence of Mario Balotelli

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has leapt to the defence of under fire striker Mario Balotelli for his notorious shirt swap at half-time with...

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Kenny Dalglish hopes Luis Suarez returns to Liverpool

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish hopes striker Luis Suarez returns to the club one day in the future. The former Reds boss admits the Uruguayan will...

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Mario Balotelli will be a success at Liverpool, says Kenny Dalglish

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Mario Balotelli will be a major success at Liverpool after completing his move from Milan this summer, club legend Kenny Dalglish says. The former...

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Luis Suarez: Hero but NOT Liverpool Legend

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Luis Suarez: Hero but NOT Liverpool Legend - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

So it's settled then. Luis Suarezis set to join Barcelona for a deal worth £75 million. For a lot of Liverpool fans it is and will remain a divisive issue over the coming season as to whether selling our best player leaves us in a weaker or ironically stronger position over the next twelve months.

Luis Suarez: Hero but NOT Liverpool Legend

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So it's settled then. Luis Suarezis set to join Barcelona for a deal worth £75 million. For a lot of Liverpool fans it is and will remain a divisive issue over the coming season as to whether selling our best player leaves us in a weaker or ironically stronger position over the next twelve months.

Liverpool set to offer new contract to ‘Red Cafu’ Jon Flanagan

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Liverpool full-back Jon Flanagan will be rewarded for his progress this season with a new contract, manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed. After previously flirting with the first-team under Kenny Dalglish, the 21-year-old has now established himself as a key part of Rodgers' team. He enters the final year of his current deal this summer, but [.

Kenny Dalglish: Time To Take Liverpool And Southampton Seriously

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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish, who recently returned to the club as a non-executive director, says that the club can challenge for the title this season. Liverpool do not have any form of European competition to worry about this year. Dalglish sees this as a blessing in disguise, as the club have been able to focus entirely on the league.

Many Come to Liverpool Star's Defense After Ferguson Jab

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He does have a book to sell and is a calculated man, so Sir Alex Ferguson knew exactly what he was saying and what response it would get when he said of Steven Gerrard that he was not "a top, top player."

Former Liverpool player and boss, Kenny Dalglish, who had managed against Ferguson on a number of occasions asked if he wasn't up to the United boss' desired quality why did Ferguson try to sign him?

King Kenny A Fan of SAS

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Liverpool Legend Kenny Dalglish believes the partnership of SAS is showing great signs and believes Liverpool's success this season hugely depends on the two front man.

Suarez has scored three from two matches since his return while Sturridge who was on target for his country during Friday night's 4-1 win over Montenegro have combined to phenomenal effect netting five of Liverpool's 6 goals in the last two matches.

Brendan Rodgers ‘most important person’ in Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool return

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Brendan Rodgers explains why it's important to have #LFC legends back at the club: http://t.co/rNZoBMccnv pic.twitter.com/WVUrgAXuFj Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 7, 2013 Newly appointed Liverpool director Kenny Dalglish says manager Brendan Rodgers played a vital role in his return to the club. Despite being Dalglish's replacement, Rodgers is reportedly happy to have the Anfield [.

Dalglish Returns To Liverpool

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Kenny Dalglish is to return to Liverpool after accepting an invitation to join the board of directors at Anfield.
Dalglish, who left the club in May 2012 after 17 months in his second spell as manager, will take up his new role as a non-executive board director immediately following discussions with club owners Fenway Sports Group, managing director Ian Ayre and manager Brendan Rodgers.

The Return of the King – Kenny Dalglish Back At Liverpool

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Kenny Dalglish is back at Anfield. The king returns to his home though not so ceremoniously like the previous occasion. But, it is always a feel-good-factor to have the legends back at the club and getting associated with various roles.

Kenny Dalglish Agrees to Join Liverpool’s Board of Directors

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Liverpool FC have added former manager and player Kenny Dalglish to its board of directors.

Dalglish was sacked as manager of the club in 2012 (doesn't it seem longer ago than that, 'eh?). But the Anfield club have extended an olive branch to Dalglish by inviting him to join the board, and Dalglish — it was announced today — has accepted the invitation.

Liverpool Manager Lauds Suarez and Sturridge Partnership with a Nod to Manchester United Duo

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Liverpool has embraced the return of Luis Suarez and the Uruguayan marked his return to the Premier League with a sensational brace that helped to cap of a very professional performance against Sunderland on Sunday afternoon.

However, it was not only the Suarez show as his strike partner in Daniel Sturridge went top of the EPL scoring charts and was the man that turned provider for both of his sidekicks strikes.

With Suarez Back, Can Liverpool Push For Top 4?

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It has been 4 seasons in a row now that Liverpool have failed to qualify for the Champions League. For a club that boasts of 5 European Cup wins, that is a serious matter of concern. Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalglish and now Brendan Rodgers have all tried unsuccessfully to get The Reds back where their fans think they belong the Champions League.

Kits & fashion

Retro: This Complete Set Of Football Playing Cards From ’90 Minutes’ Magazine Really Is Something Special To Behold! (Photos)

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The brainchild of TalkSPORT presenter Paul Hawksbee, '90 Minutes' magazine launched in October of 1990 and managed a glorious seven-year run before folding.

While we're certain the publication featured it's fair share of memorable articles and such like, nothing that ever went to print is likely to provide a more lasting impression than the special set of football playing cards that 90 Minutes put their name to in 1993/94(ish).

Turns Out Neymar Refused To Swap Shirts With Celtic Youngster Anthony Ralston For A Very Good Reason

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Neymar got himself in a bit of pickle after PSG walloped Celtic in the Champions League on Tuesday when the Brazilian super-duper-star appeared to snub a handshake request from his man-marker on the night, young defender Anthony Ralston.

The pair had gone tit for tat all match, and the perceived acrimony intensified when Neymar also refused to swap shirts with the 18-year-old, who was making only the sixth senior appearance of his professional career.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Too Many Physios, Noisy Frogs And Camouflage Kits: Five Flimsy Post-Defeat Excuses

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When Manchester United lost 2-0 to Fulham on 21st March 2009, manager Alex Ferguson had a simple explanation for his team's shortcomings: The dressing rooms at Craven Cottage had been too small.

After the defeat, Ferguson rallied against the "ridiculous" facilities at Fulham before calling on the Premier League to introduce aminimum size standardfor all teams in the top tier to avoid any such travesty befalling any of his contemporaries.

What is the Liverpool boss getting himself worked up about?

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The headlines yesterday were filled with Brendan Rodgers' response to things that were written in Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography about Jordan Henderson.

"I'm not here to give coverage to his book. The one thing I was bitterly disappointed about were the comments about Jordan Henderson," said Rodgers.

World Cup

Former Star – Pardew Still The Right Man For The Job

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Dietmar Hamann had a good World Cup for Germany in the summer of 1998 in France, and he was signed by Newcastle for £5.5M in that summer by then manager Kenny Dalglish, but he stayed only for one season before joining Liverpool during the following summer for £8M. Didi Hamann while at Newcastle And the [.

Most Exciting World Cup Moments: Number 24 – Gemmill’s Solo Stunner For Scotland

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No. 24: Gemmill's Solo Stunner For Scotland (Argentina, 1978)

Whilst it may seem an unfathomable prospect these days, Scotland were actually a very good soccer team towards the back end of the last century. I kid you not!

Boasting arguably the world's finest footballer at the time in Kenny Dalglish, the toughest player in the world in Graeme Souness, and exciting talents like Archie Gemmill and Lou Macari, the Scots qualified for the World Cup finals in Argentina in 1978 with high hopes.

The Rest

SBI NASL Season Preview: Ottawa Fury

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The Ottawa Fury enjoyed a magical run in 2015 after their struggles in the Spring.

They won just two of their first 10 games, but finished the NASL Fall Season with just one loss. That form guided the Fury to the Soccer Bowl, where they narrowly lost, 3-2, to eventual champions New York Cosmos.

West Ham suffer hammer blow with Carroll loss

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The loss of Andy Carroll for the next four months with a serious ankle injury has really hit West Ham hard as the Premier League season edges over closer.

There had been rumblings from those in the know that something was up with the England international but rumours were confirmed on Thursday that the 25-year-old had damaged ankle ligaments in a training session on the club's pre-season tour of New Zealand.

SFA Grassroots Awards 2013

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