LIVERPOOL TO RENAME STAND AFTER KENNY DALGLISH
Liverpool are to rename Anfield’s Centenary Stand in honour of club legend Kenny Dalglish.
Dalglish, 66, scored 172 goals in 515 appearances after joining the club in 1977, becoming player-manager in 1985.
The Scot won a total of eight league titles, three European Cups, two FA Cups and five League Cups in his first spell at the club, which ended in 1991.
He returned as manager in 2011, winning the 2012 League Cup, and is currently a non-executive director.