Football: Dalglish Fact File

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CAREER

1951 Born Glasgow, 4 March.

1966 Scottish schoolboy international.

1967 Joined Celtic as apprentice.

1968 Signed as professional by Celtic.

1971 Scotland debut as substitute v Belgium.

1972 Scored first goal for Scotland (v Denmark).

1977 Joined Liverpool for pounds 440,000.

1979 English Footballer of the Year.

1983 English Footballer of the Year and Players' Player of the Year.

1984 Scored record-equalling 30th and last Scotland goal v Spain.

1985 Appointed Liverpool player-manager.

1991 (Feb) Resigned as Liverpool player- manager.

1991 (Oct) Appointed Blackburn manager.

1995 Resigned as Blackburn manager, apppointed Director of Football.

1996 (Aug) Quits Blackburn by mutual consent.

1996 (Dec) Appointed as scout at Rangers.

1997 (Jan) Appointed as Kevin Keegan's successor as manager at Newcastle.

1998 Aug: sacked as Newcastle manager.

HONOURS

As player and player-manager: European Cup: Winner: 1978 1981 1984; Runner- up 1985. European Super Cup: Winner: 1977. Scottish League: Winner: 1972 1973 1974 1977. Scottish Cup: 1972 1974 1975 1977. Scottish League Cup: Winner: 1975. English League: Winner: 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1986 (player- manager) 1988 (player-manager) 1990 (player-manager). FA Cup: Winner: 1986 1989 (player-manager). League Cup: Winner: 1981 1982 1983 1984. Footballer of the Year: 1979 1983. Scotland: Schoolboy, youth and Under-23 international, record 102 senior caps, 30 goals (record shared with Denis Law).

As manager: Premiership: Winner: Blackburn, 1995. Second Division: Promotion: Blackburn, 1992.

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