Scotland considering Liverpool great Dalglish

The Scottish Football Association are believed to be pondering a move to have Kenny Dalglish to take the reins of the Scotland national team.

The 61-year old has been out of the managerial business since he was sacked by Liverpool in the summer but the Daily Record suggests that the SFA are looking to coax him back into the caper to replace Craig Levein who was sacked last month.

Dalglish is a Scotland legend, holding the record for most international caps (102) and most goals (30, joint with Denis Law) and has managed the Reds on two occasions, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Celtic.

SFA chief executive Stewart Regan and president Campbell Ogilvie are putting together a four-man shortlist before they begin interviewing candidates next month and it is believed that Dalglish is willing to discuss the possibility.

 
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