Alan Shearer & Kenny Dalglish
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Kenneth Mathieson Kenny Dalglish MBE (born 4 March 1951) is a Scottish former footballer and the current manager of Liverpool./5
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First part of a tribute to Jack Walker, featuring interviews with Kenny Dalglish, Alan Shearer, Tony Parkes amongst others.
King Kenny back at Anfield 1992 - Kenny Dalglish returned to Anfield as visiting Manager for the first time, with substitute Mark Walters netting a brace either side of a stunning Alan Shearer volley, one of his eight goals past us, as we beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1, our first goals from off the bench in the newly-renamed Premier League.
One thing I learned tonight: Alan Shearer was not the only Shearer to play for Blackburn Rovers under Kenny Dalglish.
Who was the best signing from each manager Rovers have had? For example Mark Hughes' could be Roque Santa Cruz whereas Kenny Dalglish's would be Alan Shearer.
20 YEARS OF THE BPL The Barclays Premier League has now been contested for 20 seasons. Every year over the past two decades the players, managers, Clubs and the League have created some great moments and matches that tell the story of a season. 1992/93 The competition is formed as the Premier League, 22 teams compete in the first season. Sheffield United's Brian Deane scores the first goal on 15th August in a campaign that Manchester United go on to win. Premier League grounds are 69.6% full and the season’s aggregate attendance is 9.75m. Premier League turnover is £46m. 1993/94 Carling become the first Title Sponsors and the competition is known as the Carling Premiership. Manchester United become only the fourth team in the 20th century to do the League and FA Cup double. Andy Cole scores a record 34 goals for Newcastle United. 1994/95 Blackburn Rovers, managed by Kenny Dalglish, win the Championship on the final day of the season. Rovers striker Alan Shearer equals Andy Cole's scoring record with 3 ...
Liverpool FC fans were today furious when it came to light that The Premier League were to blame for Kenny Dalglish getting fired from his job. Despite numerous complaints about Liverpool hitting the post and crossbar numerous times The Premier League refused to A- widen Liverpool opponents nets to give them the goals such a club deserved B- Just give Liverpool the points that their wasteful finishing and poor defence had cost the, Kenny Dalglish was under no doubts when interviewed, "This is all Newcastles fault, when we paid 35 million for a player we thought we were getting Alan Shearer not a donkey from South Shields" Backing this up the Liverpool chairman said "Getting to a second cup final was brilliant but this is clearly the FA's fault. Not only did they allow Chelsea to change manager and suprise us by playing football but the 4th official only allowed Andy Carrol on to change the game late in the match when Kenny asked him to !" Also in the frame for the blame were Man City, Man Utd, Arsenal, S ...
Kenny Dalglish right man for Liverpool, says Alan Shearer
Alan Shearer says that Kenny Dalglish is the right man to manage Liverpool. I wholeheartedly agree
Football: Alan Shearer tells BBC Sport that Kenny Dalglish is "the right man to take Liverpool forward"
Dalglish right for Reds - Shearer: Alan Shearer says Kenny Dalglish remains "the right man to take Liverpool forward
"..believe me, this is a man who would not lose touch with the game if he was on the moon" - Alan Shearer, on Kenny Dalglish.
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