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Kevin Keegan and his Liverpool striker successor Kenny Dalglish have an informal chat in

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Kevin Keegan and his Liverpool striker successor Kenny Dalglish have an informal chat in

Kevin Keegan and his Liverpool striker successor Kenny Dalglish have an informal chat in the Holiday Inn, Liverpool.
Keegan plays for Hamburg tonight in the super Cup Second leg clash against Liverpool at Anfield and is catching up on Liverpools latest annual.
Dalglish is staying at the same hotel.
6th December 1977

Stephen Shakeshaft
Liverpool Echo
Mirrorpix
Liverpool
Merseyside
England

Media ID 21807095

© Mirrorpix

Baby Footballers Hotel Travelling 1977


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In this nostalgic print captured by Stephen Shakeshaft, football legends Kevin Keegan and Kenny Dalglish engage in an informal chat at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. The year is 1977, a time when these two iconic figures were making waves in the world of football. Keegan, who plays for Hamburg tonight in the super Cup Second leg clash against Liverpool at Anfield, takes a moment to catch up on his former team's latest annual while staying at the same hotel as Dalglish. Their camaraderie and mutual respect are evident as they share stories and insights about their shared passion for the beautiful game. The image transports us back to a simpler era, where professional athletes could find common ground off the pitch and enjoy each other's company without distractions. It captures not only their love for football but also their genuine friendship that transcends rivalries. As we gaze upon this snapshot from history, it serves as a reminder of how sports can bring people together and create lasting connections beyond competition. This photograph encapsulates the spirit of camaraderie within the sporting world during those golden years of football in the 1970s.

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