Games he played in 1952-1953

Date Opponent Competition Goals scored Match report
23 August Preston North End League 0 View report
27 August Sheffield Wednesday League 0 View report
30 August Stoke City League 0 View report
03 September Sheffield Wednesday League 0 View report
06 September Manchester City League 0 View report
20 September Middlesbrough League 0 View report
27 September WBA League 0 View report
04 October Newcastle United League 1 View report
11 October Bolton Wanderers League 0 View report
18 October Aston Villa League 0 View report
25 October Sunderland League 0 View report
15 November Arsenal League 0 View report
22 November Derby League 0 View report
29 November Blackpool League 0 View report
13 December Manchester United League 0 View report
20 December Preston North End League 0 View report
25 December Burnley League 0 View report
24 January Portsmouth League 1 View report
07 February Middlesbrough League 0 View report
14 February WBA League 0 View report
21 February Newcastle United League 0 View report
03 April Cardiff City League 0 View report
06 April Cardiff City League 0 View report
11 April Derby League 0 View report
18 April Blackpool League 0 View report
25 April Chelsea League 0 View report

Sir Bob quote

"Bob was amazing really. He could look at a player and tell you everything about him and his judgement was always spot on. But in other areas of life he was hopeless. We'd be staying in hotels before matches and Bob always had bother in restaurants just trying to open the little packets of butter and so on. He could never open packets. If he did manage to get something open he'd do the wrong end and sauce or whatever would squirt everywhere. He had this thing with peanuts, throwing them up in the air to catch them in his mouth. The only thing was no one ever saw him catch one. They would be bouncing off his nose or his cheek or missing him altogether. Bob knew his football inside out and he loved the horses, of course. He was knowledgeable about both, but in other sports he didn't have a clue. If we were in a hotel watching a bit of snooker on the telly, he would always predict which pocket the player was going for. He'd say, "Blue, bottom left", and the player would pot the pink into the top right. He'd be wrong every time. It was hilarious."

Roy Evans on Bob Paisley

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