November 2, 1894
The Liverpool officials are in no way relaxing their efforts to remove the weak spots from their League team. The latest acquisition is Davie Hannah, of Sunderland, a player who has often rendered an excellent account of himself in League matches with Everton. He can play either inside left or right, and will make his debut with Liverpool at Stoke next Saturday week.
(Manchester Evening: November 2, 1894)
The latest acquisition to the Liverpool football team, which sadly needs strengthening if recent results are anything to go by, is Davie Hannah, of Sunderland. He is expected to make his bow with his new comrades at Stoke a week hence.
(Nottingham Evening Post: November 3, 1894)
Sunderland have agreed to the transfer of one of their players, Davie Hannah, to the Liverpool Club. Hannah has not had many chances lately to distinguish himself on the first team, and he has, wisely in his own interests, decided to go in search of “fresh fields and pastures new.”
Liverpool may be congratulated on a valuable acquisition.
(Evening Telegraph: November 7, 1894)