Liverpool be officially unveiling the newly named Kenny Dalglish Stand at Anfield against Manchester United in just over a week’s time, reports ESPN.
The club has decided to change the Centenary Stand to be named after our greatest servant, who served us so brilliantly as a player and manager in various positions between 1977 and 2012.
Before the crunch Premier League tie, there will also be two mosaics held up to celebrate the King.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 6, 2017
Hopefully, it will inspire the team to victory, as we haven’t won at home since the 4-0 Arsenal thumping back in August.
But bouncing back against our greatest rivals would be the best way to do it.
As a player, Dalglish won six First Division titles and three European Cups in Red. As a manger, he collected the league on three occasions, one of which was as Player Manager.
In 1983, he finished as runner-up in the Ballon d’Or to Michel Platini, won the Football Writers’ Player of the Year award twice and was given an MBE in 1984.