Sir Kenny Dalglish has revealed how the “wonderful education” he received from Billy McNeill during his early days at Celtic helped put him on the road to his own moment of European glory.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Scotland is the job no-one wants.. we don’t have enough quality and the biggest pull is the Tartan Army
It wasn’t so long ago that the aim of most managers was to take charge of their national team.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Immediately after Hillsborough, we attended fans’ funerals and offered support. I only wish I could have done more, I really do
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Rangers star Alfredo Morelos could do worse than learn lessons from Scott Brown… maybe then the penny will finally drop?
Intimidation and wind-ups have always been part of football.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Today’s Old Firm result will not decide the futures of Neil Lennon and Steven Gerrard in the Celtic and Rangers dugouts
Neil Lennon and Steven Gerrard will occupy the technical areas at Celtic Park today.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Stick with big Alex McLeish… there is not a queue the length of the Hampden car park of genuine contenders to replace him
I always prefer a sense of perspective to a knee-jerk reaction.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Brendan Rodgers may well take the upset of the Celtic fans over his sudden departure from the club as a compliment
The backlash towards Brendan Rodgers from the Celtic supporters, while understandable to a degree, has gone way over the top.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: No matter what Rangers and Celtic try, I don’t think we’ll ever get rid of bigotry completely
I was born in Glasgow in 1951, and lived there for 26 years before moving to play for Liverpool.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: In Europa League clash, Valencia were clearly the better team and that’s not insulting in any way to Celtic
There was an obvious gulf in class on Thursday night when Celtic lost 2-0 to Valencia in the last-32 Europa League tie.
THE controversy surrounding referees has gone up another notch in the past week or so.
Sir Kenny Dalglish: Andy Robertson’s rise at Liverpool is testimony to him, but also the dressing-room culture created by Klopp
WHEN you sign for a very big club, it can go one of two ways.