FA Cup matches

Nantwich v Liverpool 0-4 (FA Cup: October 15, 1892)

October 15, 1892
Match: FA Cup, First Qualifiying round, at London Road, kick-off: 15:30.
Nantwich – Liverpool 0-4 (0-0).
Attendance: 700.
Referee: Mr. J. Taylor (Wrexham); linesmen: Messrs. W. Bulloch and W. Gunning.
Nantwich (2-3-5): Champion, H. Shenton (C), Richard Keay, T. Critchley, Herbert Crawford, Hitchen, Hope, A. Hollowood, John Garnett, Walter Cartwright, R. Bull.
Liverpool (2-3-5): Sydney Ross, Andrew Hannah (C), Duncan McLean, John McCartney, Joe McQue, James McBride, Thomas Wyllie, Malcolm McVean, John Miller, Jno. Cameron, Andrew Kelvin.
The goals: 0-1 Wyllie (70 min.), 0-2 Miller, 0-3 Miller, 0-4 Miller.

came through the first stage of the English cup very satisfactory on Saturday last. They were without Smith, whose ankle is far from being well, but included a new half-back – McCartney, of St. Mirren.

At Nantwich, in wet weather, before a poor gate. Liverpool, in the first half, played a better game than their opponents, but gained no points. On the re-start Nantwich livened up somewhat, and for a time the game was equal. Liverpool again assumed the aggressive, and scored two goals in a very short time after each other. Final result – Liverpool 3 goals; Nantwich, nil.
(Liverpool Mercury, 17-10-1892)
** Note that Mercury wrote the final score to be 3-0. The correct score was of course 4-0.

Match report from the Nantwich Guardian, Wednesday, October 19 – 1892.
(note that there is differencies in the line ups presented).
1892 Nantwich v Liverpool FA Cup 1 1892 Nantwich v Liverpool FA Cup 2

The changing rooms at London Road was inside the pub The Leopard.
The Leopard

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