Scotland internationals

Nr. Date Opponent Result Goal
1* 18.04.1942 England (H) 5-4 1
2* 10.10.1942 England (A) 0-0  
3* 17.04.1943 England (H) 0-4  
4* 03.02.1945 England (A) 2-3  
5* 10.11.1945 Wales (H) 2-0  
6* 02.02.1946 N-Ireland (A) 3-2 2
7* 13.04.1946 England (H) 1-0  
8 15.05.1946 Switzerland (H) 3-1 2
9* 24.08.1946 England (A) 2-2  
10 19.10.1946 Wales (A)  1-3  
11 27.11.1946 N-Ireland (H)  0-0  
12 04.10.1947  N-Ireland (A) 0-2  
13 12.11.1947 Wales (H)  1-2  
14 10.04.1948 England (H)  0-2  
15 09.11.1949 Wales (H)  2-0  
16 15.04.1950  England (H) 0-1  
17 21.05.1950 Portugal (A)  2-2  
18 27.05.1950  France (A) 1-0  
19 21.10.1950  Wales (A) 3-1 1
20 01.11.1950  N-Ireland (H) 6-1  
21 13.12.1950  Austria (H) 0-1  
22 14.04.1951  England (A) 3-2 1
23 06.10.1951 N-Ireland (A)  3-0  
24 14.11.1951  Wales (H) 0-1  
25 05.04.1952 England (H)   1-2  
26 30.04.1952 USA (H)  6-0  
27 25.05.1952 Denmark (A)  2-1  
28 30.05.1952  Sweden (A) 1-3 1
29 18.10.1952  Wales (A) 2-1 1
30 05.11.1952 N-Ireland (H)   1-1  
31 18.04.1953 England (A)  2-2  
32 04.11.1953 Wales (H)   3-3  
33 04.05.1955 Portugal (H)  3-0 1
34 15.05.1955 Yugoslavia (A)  2-2  
35 19.05.1955 Austria (A)  4-1 1
36 29.05.1955 Hungary (A)  1-3  
37 08.10.1955 N-Ireland (A)   1-2  
 
*Liddell's international record for Scotland reads 29 games and 8 goals. His 8 wartime games and 3 wartime goals are not counted towards his total.
 
Liddell playing for Scotland vs. England on 18th April 1953

King Billy quote

"Reference to Alan Hansen's assertion (May 15) that Kenny Dalglish was the best player ever to pull on a Liverpool shirt, and that Steven Gerrard could supersede him. His comments, obviously, apply only to the modern era. I have regularly watched football at Anfield and Goodison Park since 1938 and, in my opinion, the greatest Liverpool player was the incomparable Billy Liddell, who played in the old leather boots and with the heavy leather ball. Liddell was a wonderful sporting player, extremely fast, fearless, with a rocket shot in both feet and a terrific header of the ball. A truly great 'one club' player - and I was privileged to have watched him throughout his career."

A letter from Ray Terry to the sports editor of The Telegraph in May 2006

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