Born in Glasgow, Kenny Daglish was appointed manager of Liverpool football club at the beginning of 2011, and has since then gone on to be one of the best-loved managers in the game. Daglish isn’t unfamiliar with Liverpool though, he was a much loved player at the club during his professional days and spent many successful years helping Liverpool become the great team that they are today. In many ways, it is perhaps fair to say that he was Liverpool’s greatest ever player. He also spent time at Celtic as a player too, but it was at Liverpool where he really made a name for himself. Despite only being at two clubs in his playing days, he has been at a number of clubs as a staff member including; Liverpool, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Celtic. The Glaswegian-born legend was initially only given the job at Liverpool until the end of the 2010-2011 season, but eventually signed a three year deal with the reds after his presence lifted the entire mood at the club (he had previously arrived back at Anfield on January 8 in a temporary capacity following the departure of Roy Hodgson.) Going back to his playing days however, Dalglish was just as inspirational then, as he is in his current managerial role today. Joining in 1977, he was brought in to replace Anfield icon Kevin Keegan and it didn’t take him long to make a name for himself. Finding the net after seven minutes into his league debut against Middlesbrough, he also scored with a goal on his first appearance in front of the Kop as Newcastle were beaten 2-0.