"Some contend it was the very successes enjoyed by the later Liverpool sides of the likes of Souness, Dalglish and Hansen which meant Liddell remained relatively unheralded, although those who watched Liverpool play in the Liddell-pool days have no trouble hailing him. Even those who didn’t see him in the flesh have been bequeathed the views of their fathers. "It is not negotiable," said Stephen Done, the curator of the Liverpool FC museum. "Billy Liddell is the greatest ever Liverpool player. End of discussion."
4th November 2004 - From The Scotsman, the occasion being when a memorial plaque of Billy Liddell was unveiled at Anfield