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Encyclopedia > Cyril Sidlow

Cyril Sidlow (born November 26, 1915) was born in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. He played for Liverpool F.C. and Welsh International as a Goalkeeper from 1946 to 1951. After retirement from Liverpool, he played for New Brighton.


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Liverpoolfc.tv: Past Player Profile (214 words)
After serving in the Second World War, Cyril Sidlow arrived late in the game but was a safe goalkeeper with fine distribution, who would often opt to throw the ball rather than kick it.
Ironically, the Reds pipped Sidlow's former club to the title and it was on his return to Molineux in a crucial end-of-season clash that he enjoyed perhaps his finest performance in a Liverpool shirt.
Sidlow kept his place for most of the next three years and helped the club reach its first Wembley FA Cup final but it ended in disappointment with a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal in 1950.
Cyril Sidlow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (271 words)
Sidlow made his debut on the 31st August of 46 in a league match at Bramall Lane, Len Carney made it a memorable day for the goalkeeper, who kept his first clean sheet, and Liverpool when he scored the only goal of the game in the 90th minute.
Cyril's career was curtailed because of the Second World War which began when he was approaching his 24th birthday, having taken away the best years of his career he was alsmost 31 when he signed for the Reds.
Cyril's Liverpool days were drawn to a close during the 1950/51 after he originally begun the season as first choice.
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