November 24, 1902
A correspondent writes me all the way from Raphoe, Co. Donegal, advocating the claims of C.J. O’Hagan (Charles O’Hagan), lately of Derry Celtic, but now of the Old Xaverians, and the Liverpool clubs, for international honours. It seems Liverpool have lately given O’Hagan a trial at inside left, and he has acquired himself splendidly. Everton were anxious to secure him, but he seems to have favoured to have favoured the other Liverpool organisation, and they have accordingly secured his signature.
(Source: Belfast Telegraph: November 24, 1902)