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Liberatore's breakout year came in 2013 when statistically, he was the best inside player of the competition. Liberatore took his game to the elite level in 2014, winning the Club's best and fairest. The father-son’s hardness in and under the packs pays dividends and greatly assists the Bulldogs in gaining first use of the ball in stoppages. The Calder Cannons recruit was drafted (father-son selection) by the Bulldogs in the second round of the 2010 AFL Draft (pick 41 overall).
After a knee injury cruelled his 2015 season, Liberatore bounced back in 2016 to be an instrumental part of the Club's finals run.
Despite a late-season ankle injury, Liberatore bounced back to play all four finals, and be a key member of the Club's AFL Premiership side.
A second ACL injury in the opening round of the 2018 season saw Liberatore miss the remainder of the year, before returning in 2019 for 15 senior appearances averaging 21 disposals and four tackles per game.
Club Awards: Western Bulldogs Best First Year Player - 2011 Western Bulldogs Best and Fairest Winner - 2014
DOB16 May 1992
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