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25 September 1909
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Andrew Liddell Aitken (born 25 September 1909 – died 1984) was an English footballer who played for Liverpool as a goalkeeper in 1930. He made just one appearance in his short time at the club.
Aitken was signed by manager George Patterson on 15 March 1930 from Wallsend on a free transfer. However due to the presence of fellow goalkeepers Elisha Scott and Arthur Riley, Aitken was restricted to just one appearance in his time at Liverpool. This appearance came in a 3-3 draw against Blackburn Rovers on 27 December 1930. Aitken left Liverpool after breaking his leg in a reserve match against Stockport Town on 4 April 1931. He joined non-league side Mickley after recovering from this injury.
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