Goals he scored in 1954-1955

Min. Opponent Date Venue Competition Match Report
87' Blackburn Rovers 11 September Ewood Park League View report
24' pen Fulham 18 September Anfield League View report
65' Fulham 18 September Anfield League View report
89' pen Fulham 18 September Anfield League View report
24' Swansea Town 25 September Vetch Field League View report
62' Rotherham United 09 October Anfield League View report
37' Lincoln City 30 October Sincil Bank League View report
66' Lincoln City 30 October Sincil Bank League View report
58' pen Luton Town 13 November Kenilworth Road League View report
49' pen Nottingham Forest 20 November Anfield League View report
4' Leeds United 27 November Elland Road League View report
88' Leeds United 27 November Elland Road League View report
42' pen Middlesbrough 04 December Anfield League View report
54' Middlesbrough 04 December Anfield League View report
19' Birmingham City 11 December St Andrews League View report
? Ipswich Town 25 December Anfield League View report
? Ipswich Town 25 December Anfield League View report
? Ipswich Town 25 December Anfield League View report
? pen Ipswich Town 25 December Anfield League View report
88' Derby 01 January Anfield League View report
14' Blackburn Rovers 22 January Anfield League View report
54' Blackburn Rovers 22 January Anfield League View report
18' Everton 29 January Goodison Park FA Cup View report
18' pen Lincoln City 19 March Anfield League View report
84' Lincoln City 19 March Anfield League View report
46' Port Vale 08 April Vale Park League View report
7' Nottingham Forest 09 April City Ground League View report
64' Middlesbrough 23 April Ayresome Park League View report
12' pen Birmingham City 30 April Anfield League View report
75' Birmingham City 30 April Anfield League View report
90' Rotherham United 02 May Millmoor League View report

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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