Games he played in 1950-1951

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26 August Sunderland League 0 View report
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28 October Sheffield Wednesday League 0 View report
04 November Newcastle United League 0 View report
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25 November Burnley League 0 View report
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09 December Portsmouth League 0 View report
16 December Wolves League 0 View report
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25 December Blackpool League 0 View report
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06 January Norwich City FA Cup 0 View report
13 January Derby League 0 View report
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27 January Charlton Athletic League 0 View report
03 February Fulham League 0 View report
17 February Bolton Wanderers League 0 View report
24 February Stoke City League 0 View report
03 March WBA League 1 View report
10 March Middlesbrough League 0 View report
17 March Sheffield Wednesday League 0 View report
23 March Charlton Athletic League 0 View report
24 March Newcastle United League 0 View report
31 March Huddersfield Town League 0 View report
07 April Arsenal League 0 View report
14 April Burnley League 0 View report
21 April Chelsea League 0 View report
25 April Aston Villa League 0 View report
05 May Tottenham League 0 View report

Sir Bob quote

"But the second leg of the semi-final was not a game, it was a war. We stayed at Lake Como, and we had trouble with the church bells. It wasn't so bad until about eleven o'clock at night, when the noise of the day had ceased and there was nothing to hear but the bells. One in particular was like doomsday. Bob Paisley and I went to see the Monsignor about it. We tried to get him to stop the bells ringing for the night so the players could sleep. 'It's not very fair', I said to him through an interpreter. 'We didn't know about this noise and we've come here on the eve of the most important match in the world this year, Inter Milan versus Liverpool.' That was right, because if we had won it, we would have won the European Cup. He was sympathetic towards us, but he said he could not do what we asked. So I said, 'Well, could you let Bob here go up and put a bandage on them and maybe kind of dull them a bit?' Crepe bandages and cotton wool! Bob was killing himself laughing. That would have been one of the funniest things Bob had ever done, one of his greatest cures as a trainer, creeping up the aisle with cotton-wool and bandages! But, we just had to put up with the noise."

Bill Shankly - Liverpool were in Milan waiting to face Inter in the second leg of the European Cup semi-final in 1965

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