Sir Kenny Dalglish receives knighthood from Prince Charles

November 16, 2018

Former player and manager Kenny Dalglish received his knighthood from the Prince of Wales for 'services to football, charity, and the city of Liverpool' at Buckingham Palace on Friday.



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