Kenny Dalglish has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Socrates MacSporran - Scottish Football Philosopher' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Kenny Dalglish was highly popular in November, 2016.
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[...] Miller, Danny McGrain; Gordon Strachan, Graeme Souness, Archie Gemmill, John Robertson; Kenny Dalglish, Joe Jordan. Right, the 22 players named above are your Scotland squad - all are at the peak [...]
[...] Narey in defence; Graeme Souness, John Wark, Gordon Strachan and Asa Hartford in midfield; Kenny Dalglish, Stevie Archibald and the young Charlie Nicholas up front. We have Jock Stein as team manager. [...]
[...] , in 1986, is the only Scotland captain to have scored at Wembley. Bobby Lennox, in 1967, and Kenny Dalglish in 1977 are the only Celtic players to have scored for Scotland at Wembley. Rangers, with [...]
[...] , Danny McGrain, Graeme Souness, Alex McLeish, Willie Miller; Jimmy Johnstone, Denis Law, Kenny Dalglish, Jim Baxter and Davie Cooper. Pick an XI from the players Strachan has at his disposal to [...]
[...] Cooper. Central-midfielders: Graeme Souness, Asa Hartford, David Narey, John Wark. Strikers: Kenny Dalglish, Andy Gray,Joe Jordan, Derek Johnstone, Steve Archibald, Ian Wallace. Another group of 30 [...]
[...] honest here, that last night was not a good Liverpool team. From Wullie Shankly through to Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool's success was built on fantastic defence. Shankly, Bob Paisley, whoever, they all [...]