Kenny Dalglish celebrates her Liverpool’s victory over Bruges in 1978. European Cup final where he scored the winning goal along with winning of the competition in 1981 and 1984.
The 67-year-old, who won the European Cup three times while playing for the Reds and later managed the club, said he was “humbled but gratified”. Liverpool and Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish has been knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
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Dalglish started his career at Celtic, is Scotland’s most-capped player, having made 102 appearances for his country. “It won’t make any difference to me, I’ll just maybe need to change my passport! “I thought it was a tax bill,” Dalglish told BBC Radio Merseyside. “For the family, it’s a huge honor. But just because we’re a wee bit embarrassed about it doesn’t underestimate how pleased and proud we are to have received it. I hope everyone who came into our lives enjoys it as well”.