Superstar of the 1970s, owner of football's most famous 'bubble' perm, and a dynamic attacking force that helped inspire Liverpool to success during a glorious period in Anfield history, there can be no denying Kevin Keegan's status as a true legend of this club.
In the six years he wore a red shirt, Keegan went from unknown rookie to an internationally renowned star, attracting a type of hero-worship that was almost pop idol-esque at times.
Energetic and enthusiastic, fast, skilful and courageous, it seemed inevitable that one day he’d walk away. And, although it was not a universally popular decision when he did, Keegan can look back with pride on what he achieved with the Liver bird emblazoned across his chest.
One hundred goals, three league championships, the European Cup, FA Cup and two UEFA Cups, not to mention a multitude of magical memories, mean ‘KK’ will forever be revered on the red half of Merseyside.
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