Kenny Dalglish

Ajax coach Frank de Boer has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant managerial post at Liverpool. The Anfield club
Liverpool fans dubbed him "King Kenny" after his much heralded playing career and with reason. He was a truly terrific footballer who would have been befitting for any great footballing stage.
Liverpool's idea to sound out their new manager via Twitter backfired when the club's official account deleted the tweets
Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has reportedly rejected the opportunity to discuss the vacant Liverpool managerial role
Liverpool have been granted permission by Wigan Athletic to speak with Roberto Martínez over the vacant managerial position
The following day, even the New York Times implored Henry and Werner to intervene amidst the Reds' PR mess, and Dalglish
Liverpool Football CLub have refused to comment on rumours circulating that manager Kenny Dalglish is to depart the club
Going into the final day of the 2004/05 Premier League campaign, four sides - Crystal Palace, Norwich City, Southampton and
"There's only one Jack Walker" hollered Blackburn Rovers fans on Monday night, as the club came to terms with relegation
Downing and Dalglish celebrate his strike past Stoke in the quarters His only goals this campaign have come in the FA Cup