Ahead of the official renaming ceremony of the Kenny Dalglish Stand at Anfield, club statistician Ged Rea casts a numerical look back over the Scot's Liverpool love affair...
440,000 pounds paid by Liverpool to secure Kenny's signature from Celtic in August 1977.
515 appearances in his Liverpool career - one of only 13 players to play more than 500 games for the club.
381 the total number of games Kenny managed Liverpool in his two spells (280 of which came in the league).
172 goals scored for Liverpool in league and cup - he is seventh on the club's all-time list.
167 the fewest number of games taken by any Liverpool manager to record 100 league wins.
153 the King played in 153 cup ties for his beloved Reds.
147 he has worn the No.7 shirt for Liverpool in more consecutive league games than any other Reds player.
102 Kenny won 102 caps for Scotland. He is still the only Scot to make a century of appearances for his country.
75 players were used by him in both his periods in charge.
62 as manager in both spells Liverpool won 62 per cent of their Merseyside derbies.
60 Kenny's age when he was appointed as Reds boss for a second time in 2011.
35 Kenny was 35 when he managed Liverpool to a league and cup double in 1986.
31 the most goals Kenny scored in a single season (1977-78).
29 league games the Reds went unbeaten from the start of the 1987-88 season.
27 times Kenny scored for Liverpool in the League Cup. Only Ian Rush and Robbie Fowler netted more for the Reds in the competition.
18 major trophies won as a player and a manager with the Reds.
10 he scored for the club in 10 successive campaigns from 1977-78 to 1986-87.
7 he is one of only seven players to have scored more than 100 goals for the club at Anfield - 104 in 257 games on home turf.
5 the number of seasons Kenny was a league ever-present as a player - including each of his opening three campaigns.
4 Kenny only managed the Reds four times in Europe - all in the 2010-11 Europa League.
3 hat-tricks scored by Dalglish - both his league hat-tricks came against Manchester City.
2 he was twice voted Football Writers' Player of the Year - 1979 and 1983.
1,000,000 number of miles Liverpool supporters would walk for one of his goals.
1 Kenny Dalglish.



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