One of the most recognisable names in the game, the forward starred on the pitch between 1969 and 1977, making 322 appearances for Celtic, while scoring 167 goals before moving to Liverpool, where he played 502 times for the Reds, finding the net 169 times.
He was also capped 102 times for his country and scored 30 goals, making him a Tartan Army favourite and one of the finest players ever to pull on the blue shirt of Scotland.
As a manager, Dalglish led Liverpool to the League and FA Cup double during his first season in charge at Anfield in 1986 as well as the First Division title in 1988 and 1990, before returning to the club in 2011 when he led the Reds to League Cup success at Wembley.
Taking over at Blackburn Rovers in 1991 he took the club from the second-tier of English football to the summit in just four years, as Blackburn were crowned Premier League champions in 1995.
Sir Kenny remains close to the beautiful game and is a regular at Anfield to watch his beloved Liverpool FC.