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Liam Williams Liam Williams shows steel in bid for more silverware, as he aims to become the first player to win all four major rugby trophies in one year
- Wales and Saracens full-back Liam Williams is setting out to make rugby history
- He can become the first player to win all four major rugby trophies in one year
- He has lifted the Premiership title, European Cup and Six Nations so far this year
By Will Kelleher For The Daily Mail
Published:22:01 BST, 4 August 2019|Updated:22:01 BST, 4 August 2019
Liam Williams is out to make to rugby history – while sticking it to his English mates along the way.
If Wales win the World Cup in Japan this November the Saracens full-back will become the first player to win all four major rugby trophies in a year.
Winning 22 of the 23 matches he played in the 2018-19 season, Williams lifted the Premiership title, European Cup and won a Six Nations Grand Slam with Wales.
Liam Williams is setting out to make rugby history by winning all four major trophies in a year
The Wales and Saracens full-back has won 22 of the 23 matches he played last season
‘Three trophies!’ the 28-year-old reflected with a grin.
‘It’s nearly been the perfect year! I am really looking forward to the World Cup now – you never know, there might be a fourth trophy.’ Not bad for the scaffolder who used to earn £130-a-week at the ‘dirty, stinking’ Port Talbot steelworks.
‘I don’t think I’ll ever go back to scaffolding now!’ Williams laughs.
‘As soon as I played my first game for Wales I wasn’t a scaffolder anymore! It’s such hard
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