Liverpool to rename Centenary Stand after legend Kenny Dalglish

• Club say former player and manager needed to be recognised
• ‘His values are Liverpool’s values,’ adds owner John W Henry

Liverpool’s Centenary Stand will be renamed after Kenny Dalglish in recognition of his immense contribution to the club.

The 66-year-old has been associated with Liverpool since 1977, following his £440,000 move from Celtic, and during his time as a player and two separate occasions as manager he won eight league titles, three European Cups, two FA Cups and five League Cups, scoring 172 goals in 515 appearances.

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