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Saturday, 8 January 2011

Dalglish: Our new boss in numbers

To celebrate Kenny Dalglish's return to Liverpool Football Club, we've chronicled the great man's career in numbers.
440,000 pounds. That's how much Bob Paisley paid Celtic in August 1977. Dalglish was brought to the club to replace Kevin Keegan after his move to Hamburg
30,461 fans turned out for The King's testimonial at Anfield in 1990, helping raise in the region of £150,000 gate receipts. The Reds beat Real Sociedad 3-1
836 club games
515 Liverpool appearances
339 club goals
321 Celtic appearances
307 games in charge at Anfield
259 games to score 100 league goals
180 consecutive first-team appearances between 1977-78 and 80-81
172 Liverpool goals
167 Celtic goals
102 caps. On becoming the first Scot to make a century of appearances, Dalglish was presented with a silver cap by Franz Beckenbauer
97 minutes to score his first Liverpool goal. After failing to get on the scoresheet in the Charity Shield against Man Utd, King Kenny netted just seven minutes into his league debut versus Middlesbrough
41 goals for Celtic in 1972-73
38 years old when he played his last game for Liverpool, coming on as a sub for Jan Molby against Derby County in May 1990
37 games unbeaten as Liverpool manager from August 1987 to February 1988
37 goals for Cumbernauld United, Celtic's nursery side, during the 1967-68 season.
31 goals in his first season at Anfield
30 goals for Scotland - a record shared with Denis Law
23 goals in just 49 appearances during his first season as a regular at Celtic
19 pieces of major silverware in the Anfield trophy room, accumulated in just 13 seasons
15 Wembley appearances as a Liverpool player
15 years old when he first had a trial at Liverpool in 1966. He played in a B team match against Southport, but no transfer transpired
10 major trophies with Celtic
8 league championships with Liverpool; five as a player, three as player/manager
7 was The King's number
4 Manager of the Year awards with Liverpool and Blackburn
3 European Cup winner's medals
3 World Cups. He would have played in four had a knee injury not kept him out of Mexico '86
2 FA Cup final victories over Everton
2 Football Writers' Player of the Year awards
2 hat-tricks for Liverpool, against Wrexham and Man City
1 red card, against Benfica in 1984-85
1 Kenny Dalglish

From Liverpoolfc.tv

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