Goals he scored in 1956-1957

Min. Opponent Date Venue Competition Match Report
62' Huddersfield Town 18 August Anfield League View report
73' pen Huddersfield Town 18 August Anfield League View report
9' Notts County 23 August Meadow Lane League View report
18' West Ham United 03 September Upton Park League View report
87' Doncaster Rovers 08 September Belle Vue League View report
71' Leicester City 29 September Anfield League View report
64' Blackburn Rovers 06 October Anfield League View report
52' Fulham 20 October Anfield League View report
53' Port Vale 03 November Anfield League View report
44' Sheffield United 01 December Anfield League View report
15' pen Bury 22 December Anfield League View report
? Leyton Orient 26 December Brisbane Road League View report
21' Leicester City 09 February Filbert Street League View report
60' Blackburn Rovers 16 February Ewood Park League View report
54' Fulham 02 March Craven Cottage League View report
47' Barnsley 09 March Anfield League View report
42' Rotherham United 23 March Anfield League View report
? pen Bristol Rovers 19 April Anfield League View report
? Nottingham Forest 20 April Anfield League View report
89' pen West Ham United 27 April Anfield League View report
54' Bristol City 01 May Anfield League View report

King Billy quote

"Given the history of the club for much of the second half of the twentieth century it is hard to understand that for so much of an era one man carried the hopes of the fans. But as I've said before these were the LIDDELL days and we were proud at the time to call our team LIDDELLPOOL. You see as the club slid from the level of Championship Winners to Championship contenders and Cup Finalists to having what many fans believe was our worst ever team there was only one ray of hope and that was Billy Liddell. Once the rot had set in the decline was swift and as the press reports of the time would tell you only Billy Liddell kept the team afloat. Yes I know you've heard it all before, but you're going to hear it again and again until my fingers bleed. There was a time when one man did make a team and when one man was bigger than the club. When the inevitable relegation came there wasn't any transfer demand from Billy Liddell, there was just a determination to restore pride and status to a fallen club and Billy was determined to play his part.

Wooltonian

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