January 25, 1910
The Association Trial game between Whites and Stripes, which was arranged to be played on the Liverpool club’s ground yesterday, was postponed till Monday next on account of the state of the ground. After the hard frost, falls of snow has rendered the pitch useless for the purposes of a trial. Though the snow was removed, pools of water remained on the ground.
Mr. Wall, secretary of the Football Association, visited the Anfield enclosure early in the morning and the decision was at once arrived at to postpone the match. Officials and players assembled at a Liverpool hotel, and did not visit the ground.
(Manchester Courier: January 25, 1910)