George Livingston showed great leadership

March 2, 1903
In beating Middlesbrough so cleverly with ten men, one of the features of Liverpool’s dashing exhibition was the marked success with which George Livingston, an old Tynecastle man, filled the vacancy in the half back line caused by the accident to Charlie Wilson. From the clever manner in which he not only upset the calculations of the home forwards, but also from a remarkable precision with which he passed to his own van, one might have thought Livingston was accustomed to playing a centre half back game.
(Source: Edinburgh Evening News: March 5, 1903)