Twitter was ablaze with activity following the announcement that Kenny Dalglish had signed a permanent three-year deal with Liverpool on Thursday. Here's a selection of our favourite Tweets.
Think we should have a tweet from the new Liverpool manager? Working on it!
Privileged and honoured to be manager of our club. Thank you for all your support.
Now my Dad is the permanent manager do you think I am too old to sit on his shoulders for the end of season lap of honour at Anfield??
Yippee! RT @LFC confirmed Kenny Dalglish appointed Team Manager 3-yr-deal. Steve Clarke has also signed 3-yr-deal
So excited for @kennethdalglish for getting the job! Now can I have champagne instead of lambrini reception at the wedding??
@LFC has announced that Manager King Kenny has signed a 3 year deal to manage the club. Happy to hear that and the supporters are as well!!
Great news about the new contract of the manager i am sure all the Fans are really happy with it.
Real sense of new beginning for #LFC today. @kennethdalglish made for the role, Ian Ayre spoke really impressively
Dominic King, Daily Mail
More hope in their hearts...more good news for #lfc ... Kenny Dalglish agrees three-year deal
Henry Winter, Daily Telegraph
Home now. Good 24 hrs. Peace and reconciliation to LFC after nightmare of last few years. Kenny/togetherness
Tony Evans, The Times
Congratulations to Kenny and everyone at #LFC on his 3 year contract.There might be a chance of a #MUFC #LFC perchknockingofffest now!!
Strange to think I was sitting opposite Kenny Dalglish on day he left Liverpool in 1991 & now he's back. He looks better on it than me.
Phil McNulty, BBC
Listen carefully and you can hear a virtual #Dalglish chant going round twitter now.
Great news, really impressed with how Ian Ayre spoke also.
Fantastic news!! Dalglish has put pen to paper on a three year deal #LFC #YNWA good luck mate!
Suddenly the world feels right. I wonder when FIFA/FA are going to announce that the back-pass rule has been scrapped.
Ben Thornley, Daily Post
*CLAP CLAP, CLAP CLAP CLAP, CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP* DALGLISH.
Kristian Walsh, LFC.tv columnist