Danny Livesey’s substitute appearance against AFC Fylde yesterday afternoon saw him make it a century of appearances for Chester FC!
The central defender joined the club in the summer of 2018, initially on loan from Salford City, and was quick to make an impact that season.
He made 38 appearances in his maiden Blues campaign, scoring four goals – including a brace at Nuneaton Borough, one of which was an injury time winner in the 3-2 victory at Liberty Way.
A record of 14 goals in 100 Chester appearances is not bad at all for a defender, and he would be amongst the goals again in 2019/20 in the first curtailed season.
An August strike from the halfway line against Gloucester is one to be remembered and he got another brace for himself in a 3-0 win over Alfreton Town.
His fifth and final goal of that season was against Brackley Town, when Livesey was utilised as a striker following injuries.
Livesey, who celebrates his 37th birthday on New Year’s Eve, has always filled in roles wherever he has been required for the football club.
Whether it be defending, attacking, coaching, or stepping in as Interim Manager as he did this season, he always has given everything for Chester Football Club.
Congratulations on the milestone, Danny!