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King Kenny returns! It's about time!

Rafa the Gaffa has welcomed Kenny Dalglish back to Anfield and into the youth coaching setup. The former Anfield great first joined Liverpool from Celtic in 1977 for £440,000. He's back at Liverpool to take up a senior role at the club's youth academy.

Dalglish won eight League titles in 14 years with the Reds as a player and a manager, will act as a club ambassador. Whatever you want to call this position, personally I think it's the wrong one, Dalglish should be MANAGER of Liverpool.

"We are delighted he has agreed to join us," recently appointed Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow told the club's website.
"I am sure he will be very successful in his new role back at the club."
Rumours of Dalglish's return to Anfield have been floating around all summer while Rafa has been doing some very late but much needed Spring cleaning.
King Kenny left Liverpool in February 1991, won the Premiership with Blackburn Rovers in 1995, managed Newcastle United, and had a spell as Director of Football at Celtic, who he left in 2000.

"In our very first meeting, Rafa and I agreed that we wanted to try to bring Kenny back to the club to help Rafa really drive forward our Academy which is at the heart of our plans for the future," said Purslow.

I hope Rafa the Gaffa doesn't stop King Kenny from doing what he wants at Liverpool. I think Rafa could learn a lot of good things from Kenny, but Rafa gives me the impression that he's a control freak. I understand that it's "HIS": team, but i hope he remembers who he has brought on board The Kop Cruise, so let Kenny help Liverpool to their first ever Premier League title (19th Championship) with plain sailing.


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