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 Liddell has dominated the post-war stage of the Liverpool Football Club. At times he has seemed to be Liverpool. Already he is becoming more than a name - he's on his way to being a legend. A legend of electrifying runs, full-blooded shooting plus superlative sportsmanship. In all the years I've watched, I've never seen him intentionally foul an opponent, pettishly kick the ball away or do anything that was even the slightest questionable. He was the complete footballer, but he was something more; he is a man of great integrity who has endeared himself to us all. If I were as good a sportsman as Billy Liddell, I'd be proud. You're a better man than I am - Billy Liddell!"

John Moores, chairman of Everton FC, on 21st of September 1960 on the eve of Liddell's testimonial

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