Kenny Dalglish insists there was never any bad blood between him and Sir Alex Ferguson as the former Manchester United manager will attend a ceremony honouring the Liverpool legend on Friday.
Anfield's Centenary Stand will officially become the Kenny Dalglish Stand on Friday ahead of Liverpool's encounter with arch-rivals United this weekend.
Among the guests at Friday's renaming ceremony will be Dalglish's family, friends and former teammates, as well as Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton.
"His actions speak louder than 1,000 words with him and Sir Bobby coming over," Dalglish said of Ferguson.
"They did exactly the same after Hillsborough. They were over here early. There is rivalry on and off the pitch but when it comes to something like that there is not even a doubt about it -- they will be over here supporting us and hopefully we would do the same for them.
"Away from working, there has never been a problem with him. Never, ever been a problem.
A special day ahead for #KingKenny.
Watch live coverage of the official Kenny Dalglish Stand renaming.
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