Averaging more than a league goal every two games for the Bhoys earned him the tag of club legend and a high-profile move to English football's then dominant club, Liverpool.
The pressure of the move – hardly helped by the fact that Dalglish was brought in to replace Kop hero Kevin Keegan - proved water off a duck's back as Dalglish set about becoming a legend at Anfield too.
Multiple League championships and European successes followed, a high point including scoring the only goal in Liverpool's 1978 European Cup final win over Bruges.
His managerial career was less successful. But not by much. The double in his first season as player-manager (including the winner to secure the league title) and two further league titles only added to King Kenny's status. Dalglish also managed both Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle with distinction and enjoyed a stellar career for Scotland during which he became his country's all-time joint leading goalscorer.
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