Attacking movement and interplay – Issue 18 (January 2012)
Kenny Dalglish began his second spell in charge of Liverpool in January 2011, returning to the Anfield hotseat after a gap of almost two decades, having overseen the club’s youth set-up for the previous two seasons.
Whilst away from Merseyside, Dalglish took charge at Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Celtic, and enjoyed time out of the game having also experienced a glittering playing career that included multiple domestic and European honours.
And in his first full season back in charge, the 60-year-old appears to be shaping the Reds into a force to be reckoned with again with a brand of positive attacking football – the club’s immediate aim being a return to Champions League action.
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