Trio of newcomers


May 11, 1896
Liverpool
have done very well in signing on practically the whole of last season’s team, and in addition have secured a good goalkeeper in Willie Donnelly, of the Clyde. At half back they have obtained Robert Neill of the Hibernians, who though little, is very clever, and who played a good game for them on the test match against Bury. Willie Michael of the Heart of Midlothian has also been engaged as centre-forward, and taken altogether the team should do well.
(Source: Athletic News: May 11, 1896)