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Kenny Dalglish in pictures

Dalglish’s playing career took in Celtic, Liverpool and Scotland.

Kenny Dalglish has received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at Dalglish’s football career in pictures.

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Glasgow-born Kenny Dalglish started his career with Celtic under manager Jock Stein (Peter Robinson/Empics)
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Dalglish, right, won four league titles and four Scottish Cups at Celtic, who he eventually captained (Peter Robinson/Empics)
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Dalglish celebrates the winning goal at Hampden Park as Scotland beat England 2-1 in 1976 (PA)
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Liverpool manager Bob Paisley, right, with Dalglish after he left Celtic for Anfield in 1977 (PA)
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Dalglish ended his first season in style, here scoring the winning goal in Liverpool’s European Cup final win against Club Brugge (PA)
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Dalglish wakes up with the trophy the next morning (PA)
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Dalglish, right, celebrates his goal in Scotland’s famous 3-2 win against eventual finalists Holland at the 1978 World Cup. Scotland would exit in the group stage, though (Peter Robinson/Empics)
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Dalglish, centre, celebrates his second European Cup win with Liverpool after the Reds beat Real Madrid in 1981 (Peter Robinson/Empics)
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Dalglish was named PFA and FWA player of the year in 1983 (PA)
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Dalglish, second from left, celebrates with team-mates after Liverpool win the 1984 European Cup final on penalties against Roma (Peter Robinson/Empics)
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Dalglish was named player-manager in 1985 and promptly led Liverpool to their first – and to date only – league and FA Cup double (PA)
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Dalglish was Liverpool manager on the day of the Hillsborough disaster. He went on to visit many of the funerals for the 96 victims and ensured the club was represented at all of them (Ross Kinnaird/Empics)
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Dalglish celebrates his third league championship as Liverpool boss in 1990. He left the club the following year (John Giles/PA)
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Dalglish joined Blackburn in 1991, took them to promotion in his first season and won the Premier League title in 1995 (Ross Kinnaird/Empics)
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A near two-year spell as Newcastle manager included an FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal (Mike Egerton/Empics)
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Dalglish returned as Liverpool manager in 2011, 11 years after his last managerial role at Celtic ended (Dave Thompson/PA)
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Dalglish celebrates League Cup final victory in 2012, the only silverware of his 18-month reign (Mike Egerton/Empics)

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