Kenneth Mathieson "Kenny" Dalglish (born 4 March 1951 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a retired Scottish international footballer and current manager of Liverpool. Dalglish signed from Celtic to Liverpool in 1977 and later became player-manager in 1985. During his initial time at Liverpool he won seven league titles, three European cups, and five domestic cups. Because of his prolific career at Liverpool supporters gave him the name King Kenny.
After vacating his post as manager of Liverpool in 1991 he came back 20 years later in 2011 to become caretaker manager after the departure of Roy Hodgson. On 12th May 2011 he signed a three year deal to become manager for the second time in his Liverpool career. (more...)