Family photo album

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18-year-old Billy playing in a wartime game at New Brighton on 13th of January 1940

18-year-old Billy playing in a wartime game at New Brighton on 13th of January 1940

This is a picture of four generations. Bill with his father (James), grandfather and great-grandfather, William Beveridge. Billy is 2-3 years old in his velvet suit.

This is a picture of four generations. Bill with his father (James), grandfather and great-grandfather, William Beveridge. Billy is 2-3 years old in his velvet suit.

Billy's and Phyllis' twins, David and Malcolm, newborn

Billy's and Phyllis' twins, David and Malcolm, newborn

Billy featured of course in the RAF's football team

Billy featured in the RAF's football team.

Billy in the RAF

Billy in the RAF.

Dad getting a massage

Dad getting a massage.

Billy with his closest ones. Billy has his and Phyllis' twins, David and Malcolm, on his knees. His mother by his side. Above them are Alistair and twins Rena and George.

Billy with his closest ones. Billy has his and Phyllis' twins, David and Malcolm, on his knees. His mother by his side. Above them are Alistair and twins Rena and George.

Billy with his fellow soldiers in the RAF

Billy with his fellow soldiers in the RAF.

"He was a lovely writer", his sister, Rena, said to Billyliddell.com. The line-up for the picture on the left is written by Billy himself on the back.

Billy's grandparents

Billy's grandparents.

The Liddell family at Masonry dance

The Liddell family at Masonry dance.

 
The twins trying on their dad's Scottish caps.
  
   
 

A tribute from the Liverpool Echo to Billy.
 

Two legends together in 1967. A lucky stewardess getting a kiss from Ferenc Puscas.
 
George Sephton - Voice of Anfield - My first ever celebrity photo. The great Billy Liddell and his wife Phyllis. 1956 !! He opened the local church fete ! I sent him a copy and he sent me a hand-written thank you with his home address on it !! Wouldn't happen now.
  
Me my cousin Jen and our grandad Billy Liddell circa 1990. - TIM LIDDELL

 
My brother my grandad and I at Anfield 1989. - TIM LIDDELL
 
Billy getting his haircut by a certain Billy Humphreys.

Billy going through pictures from his career with his good friend Eddie Braben, who was the scriptwriter for Morecambe and Wise.

Billy going through pictures from his career with his good friend Eddie Braben, who was the scriptwriter for Morecambe and Wise.

Phyllis Liddell was presented in March 2009 with Billy's wonderful statuette made by RCL Sporting Ceramic Icons.

Photos courtesy of Alan Colquhoun.

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King Billy quote

"We went to Birmingham, had a pre match meal of boiled potatoes, chicken and rice pudding. It was the middle of winter, the pitch was frozen, it was hard underneath and wet on top. In those days, there were no rubber boots, so they came out with plimsolls on. They were five up in a quarter of an hour. We could not keep our feet! We lost another four in the second half and Billy Liddell’s one goal was the best of the ten! He cut through the middle and lambasted it right into the top corner of the net past the English goalkeeper Gill Merrick.

He was a very well balanced player, how he kept his balance I don’t know, he was playing centre forward, which is another reason I was able to get in the team, because he was switched from the left wing where he was scoring six goals a season, to up front where he was getting 20-30 goals every year. It was Liddellpool in those days, and while he was doing that, I was getting more experience on the wing."

Alan A'Court - Liverpool 1952-1964 (asked by LFChistory.net on the rather dubious claim to fame of being part of the side that recorded the heaviest loss in Liverpool’s history, a 9-1 defeat to Birmingham)

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