Players - Albert Childs

Albert Childs
Birthdate: 25 September 1930
Birthplace: Liverpool, England
Other clubs: Northern Nomads (1950-53), Bishop Auckland (1954-56), South Liverpool (1956-59), Wigan Rovers (1959-?)
Bought from: Northern Nomads
Signed for LFC: January 1952
Liverpool debut: 19.09.1953
Last appearance: 26.09.1953
Contract expiry: September 1954
Win ratio: 50% W:1 D:0 L:1
League games / goals: 2 / 0
Total games / goals: 2 / 0

Player Profile

Liverpool-born England amateur international 'Bert' Childs replaced regular right-back Ray Lambert for two consecutive matches in the First Division in the autumn of 1953, having signed as an amateur in January 1952. Childs experienced the best and worst of Liverpool's season as his first game resulted in a 4-0 home win over Derby County when Louis Bimpson scored all four in the first-half whereas just seven days later Liverpool were humiliated 6-0 by Charlton Athletic at the Valley.
Appearances per season
Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 2 0 0 0 0 2
1953-1954 2 0 0 0 0 2
A more detailed look at the player's appearances
Apps Minutes Opponent
1 90 Charlton Athletic
1 90 Burnley
Total Venue
1 Away
1 Home
Total Competition
2 League
Total Manager
2 Don Welsh
Milestone Appearances
# Date Against Stadium Competition
1 19.09.1953 Burnley Anfield League