Bad language at Anfield


October 4, 1910
A correspondent signing himself “Anfield-road Resident” complains that he has been annoyed at Anfield recently by the bad language used by certain spectators, who get excited and express their feelings in rather strong terms. Of course, it is only the few who act in this silly way, and really they ought to know how to behave.

I know club managers are anxious that nothing of an unseemly nature should occur, and they would only be too glad to prevent this sort of thing if their attention was called to it at the time; but it is a difficult matter to cope with.
(Evening Express: October 4, 1910)