Kenny Dalglish discusses his career, details of his departure from Blackburn, and his position as Newcastle's manager
Among the figures whose feats have earned a special place in Liverpudlian hearts, Dalglish stands at the top along with Bill Shankly. Dalglish is often shown alongside Rafael Benitez, Steven Gerrard, and Fernando Torres. Dealing with Dalglish’s long relationship with football, this memoir tells how he grew up playing for Jock Stein at Celtic, later returning as a co-manager with John Barnes. He won 102 Scotland caps and had a memorable period in charge of Newcastle United. Dalglish also focuses on Liverpool, the underrated brilliance of Bob Paisley, the influence of the Boot Room, and the personalities he has encountered in the game, both as an active participant and a supposedly detached observer.