Goals

Season League FA Cup Total
Grand Total 215 13 228
1939-1940 0 0 0
1945-1946 0 1 1
1946-1947 7 1 8
1947-1948 10 1 11
1948-1949 8 1 9
1949-1950 17 2 19
1950-1951 15 0 15
1951-1952 19 0 19
1952-1953 13 0 13
1953-1954 7 0 7
1954-1955 30 1 31
1955-1956 27 5 32
1956-1957 21 0 21
1957-1958 22 1 23
1958-1959 14 0 14
1959-1960 5 0 5
1960-1961 0 0 0

Split by opponents

Games Team
13 Middlesbrough
13 Fulham
12 Blackburn Rovers
10 Sunderland
9 Stoke City
8 Sheffield United
7 Huddersfield Town
7 Nottingham Forest
6 Chelsea
6 Charlton Athletic
6 Derby
6 Tottenham
6 Grimsby Town
5 Birmingham City
5 Barnsley
5 Leicester City
5 Bristol City
5 Ipswich Town
5 Lincoln City
5 Rotherham United
5 West Ham United
4 Preston North End
4 Bury
4 Portsmouth
4 Scunthorpe United
4 Arsenal
4 Sheffield Wednesday
4 Notts County
3 Port Vale
3 Bolton Wanderers
3 WBA
3 Burnley
3 Hull City
3 Aston Villa
3 Newcastle United
3 Leeds United
3 Manchester United
3 Manchester City
3 Everton
2 Wolves
2 Bristol Rovers
2 Swansea City
2 Doncaster Rovers
2 Accrington Stanley
1 Chester City
1 Northampton Town
1 Brighton & Hove Albion
1 Leyton Orient
1 Blackpool
1 Luton Town
1 Cardiff City
1 Walsall

King Billy quote

Billy was my idol when I was at school and it was fantastic to take over from him. I had so much respect for him. Great man - It's very hard to compare decades, but in the 50s, they used to call them Liddellpool. He was a god in Liverpool. I took over from him on the wing and he finished playing not long after that. Billy Liddell was incredible. When I went to my first professional football match it was Liverpool. When Billy got the ball the anticipation from the crowd was just huge. What is he going to do with it? Is he going to shoot from 30 yards or take it past people? He was wonderful. Billy played with a heavy ball on the heavy pitches. The way he used to kick the ball, wow! He was so strong!

Later I worked for the Littlewoods Pools Company Spot the ball and Billy was on the panel. Billy was the chairman and I actually took over as chairman from Billy. I got to know him and he was a really quiet and a really nice man. Terrific. He is one of those of the people who will always be remembered in Liverpool like Shankly and Paisley.

Ian Callaghan - Liverpool 1960-1978 - Quote from LFChistory's exclusive interview with Ian in 2008.

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