Games he played in 1950-1951

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23 August Manchester United League 1 View report
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16 December Wolves League 1 View report
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06 January Norwich City FA Cup 0 View report
13 January Derby League 1 View report
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10 February Portsmouth League 0 View report
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10 March Middlesbrough League 1 View report
17 March Sheffield Wednesday League 2 View report
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21 April Chelsea League 0 View report
25 April Aston Villa League 0 View report

King Billy quote

"Liverpool had to kick off twice within a minute, but this time, Liddell passed to Murdoch, who returned the ball to Liddell. Liddell went passed Vernon with a dropped shoulder, passed the lunging McGrath, hurdled over a desperate tackle by Eckersley, kept the ball under control and thumped it from 25 yds out. Leyland again looked shocked at what he had just seen, but just shook his head and picked the ball out of the net. Liddell's thump had flew past him at the speed of light and in his wake lay four Blackburn players still picking themselves up. The crowd was so silent, you could here a pin drop, no one could believe their eyes, the reds could, we've seen it all before, but this must go down as the hardest hit of Liddell's career."

From Liverpool Echo's match report on Blackburn – Liverpool on 22nd February 1958

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