15 Classic Kenny Dalglish Quotes Every Liverpool And Celtic Fan Must Read

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15. “My league debut for Celtic was in October 1969 when we played Raith Rovers. Bobby Murdoch was sitting beside me and asked if I was nervous. ‘No’ I replied. ‘Well’ he said, ‘you are putting your boots on the wrong feet’. I looked down and he was right.”

14. On Alex Ferguson: “You’d be better off talking to my baby. She’s only six weeks old but you’d get more sense from her than him.”

13. When asked by a Sun editor what could be done to heal the rift between the paper and Liverpool fans: “Put ‘WE LIED’ on the front page of your newspaper.”

12. On supporting Rangers: ”You always dream of playing for the team you support but the most important thing for me was I just wanted to be a professional footballer. Fortunately I fulfilled my dream. When Rangers don’t take you, it’s not the end of the world. It just means that when you later play against them and score, it makes it a wee bit more special.”

11. When his son Paul had twins: "We're delighted, I think its the first time he's scored twice in one game.”

10. On the scarfes outside Anfield post-Hillsborough: ““The saddest and most beautiful sight I have ever seen.”

9. “Glen Johnson has been fantastic in the left-back position in the past three games. I don’t recall anyone going past him except me. And that was during training.”

8. When asked if he would carry on playing after a 4-1 win at Coventry in 1987: “I can’t get into this team.”

7. ”To be honest when I was playing at the end I just fell out of love with the game and I was going through the motions.”

6. On managing Blackburn: "I had to know if I could make it somewhere else. I did not want to go through the rest of my life wondering what might have been without putting myself to the test."

5. After Daniel Agger was substituted with illness: “I knew he was sick because I went to the toilet after him.”

4. “There is no one anywhere in the world at any stage who is any bigger or any better than this football club.”

3. On what he says to his players before a match: “Nothing really. Most of the time I don’t even know what they are going to do myself.”

2. “They supported Liverpool. Now it is the turn of Liverpool Football Club to support them.”

1. “The people who come to watch us play, who love the team and regard it as part of their lives, would never appreciate Liverpool having a huge balance in the bank. They want every asset we possess to be wearing a red shirt.”


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