- Date of Birth: 4 March 1951
- Birthplace: Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland
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Asking a Liverpool fan if this is the year that they will finally win the Premier League title is an emotional question. Although they have won the English League 18 times, it has been a long wait since the last one and they have never been crowned Premier League champions.
On May 27, 1981, the Liverpool fans inside the Parc des Princes erupted in jubilation as a late Ray Kennedy strike clinched the European Cup. The balance of power in European football had shifted and beaten finalists Real Madrid looked on in dejection as Kennedy and co celebrated wildly. Liverpool supporters will be praying for a repeat of those heroics when the Reds face Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev on May 26. It promises to be an exhilarating encounter between two attacking teams that have surged into the final on the back of exciting, risk-taking football.
Liverpool are preparing a summer transfer offer for Malaga star Ignacio Camacho, according to Spanish newspaper AS.
Liverpool are in the search for a new striker in January following an injury to first-choice forward Daniel Sturridge.
Liverpool have announced that former manager Kenny Dalglish has returned to Anfield as a non-executive director and will start his role with immediate effect. The club's owners have brought Dalglish back as they hope his experience and relationship with the supporters will benefit their long term goals.
The likes of Kenny Dalglish are surprised that Arsenal chose to sign a midfielder in the transfer window, but we explain the reasons why signing Ozil could be the perfect move by Arsene Wenger.
Wigan Athletic defensive midfielder Mohamed Diame sensationally revealed that he was very close to making a move to Liverpool, but Kenny Dalglish's firing cost him a dream move.
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have made yet another approach for former Barcelona coach Josep Guardiola, as the American owners scour Europe to find the best possible replacement for Kenny Dalglish.
Wigan chairman David Whelan thinks that Liverpool's owners Fenway may have already offered the vacant Reds job to Roberto Martinez. The Spaniard is currently in Miami discussing a potential move to Anfield.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has sensationally revealed that he could call upon former Latics' manager Steve Bruce should Roberto Martinez leave for Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola has offered hope to the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, after admitting that he would be interested in a quick return to football management. The Spaniard will step down from his Barcelona duties after the weekend.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will keep fighting for success for the club, despite facing criticism for this season's exploits in the Premier League. Liverpool slumped to a 1-0 defeat at Anfield against West Brom yesterday.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has admitted that if a similar situation to the Luis Suarez racial incident were to happen again, he would act differently. Dalglish defended his Uruguayan striker wholeheartedly throughout the incident; an action criticised by many others.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has the full support of the Reds' board, despite results not going the club's way this season. The Reds were lucky to scrape a late 3-2 victory over Blackburn.
Feyenoord have entered the race to sign Dutch international striker Dirk Kuyt, who looks set to quit Liverpool in favour of a return to his homeland once the current Premier League season is over.
Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam looks set to miss the remainder of the season, after hurting his knee ligaments in last weekend's 3-2 defeat to QPR in the Premier League. The Scotsman has been one of the few shining lights in a so far mixed season for the Reds.
Liverpool have been monitoring Colombian left back Pablo Armero, and could make a move for the Udinese player in the summer. The 25-year-old has also attracted interest from Fiorentina and Bayern Munich.
Under fire Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish blamed tiredness for the Reds' surprise home defeat to Wigan at the weekend. Liverpool lost 2-1 to the Latics courtesy of a Shaun Maloney penalty and a Gary Caldwell late winner.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva revealed that his recovery from a serious knee injury is back on track. The Brazilian defensive midfielder has been missing from action since hurting his knee against Chelsea in November.
Liverpool have reportedly approached Athletic Bilbao regarding the availability of 19 year old winger Iker Muniain. Kenny Dalglish is preparing a 9m offer.