Saturday, October 21 – 1905
Liverpool have an almost identical goal average as their rivals and one point less, and no one can deny that the ‘Politans have got through some of their stiffest fixtures in the tourney – and this with credit, considering the injured list. At Anfield this afternoon a crowd of large dimensions is a surety, and it will soon behove the directors of the club to consider improved accommodation.
It is a matter of interest to point out that spectators at the Anfield ground will not be able to pay for admission for direct entrance on to the shilling stand, without having to pay through the sixpenny turnstiles as heretofore. The new entrance is in Orrell’s field, just behind the club offices.
(Liverpool Daily Post, 21-10-1905)