Liverpool v Preston North End 3-0 (League match: November 12, 1910)


November 12, 1910
Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00.
Liverpool – Preston North End 3-0 (0-0).
Attendance: 8,000; gate receipts: £300.
Referee: Mr. W.C. Clover; linesmen: Messrs. J.H. Broughton and W.P. Brown.
Liverpool (2-3-5): Gus Beeby; Ephraim Longworth, Robert Crawford; Robert Robertson, Jim Harrop, John McConnell; Arthur Goddard (C), Ronald Orr, Jack Parkinson, Sam Bowyer, Harold Uren.
Preston North End (2-3-5): Peter McBride; Charles McFadyen, George Baker; Billy Wareing, James Wilson, Billy Lyon; John Thompson, Ernest Bannister, Arthur Winterhalder, Arthur Mounteney, David Galbraith.
The goals: 1-0 Orr (75 min., assist: Goddard), 2-0 Parkinson (80 min.), 3-0 Bowyer (86 min., assist: Goddard).

The Liverpool goals:
* Goddard put in some neat work on the right, and followed with a capital centre, ORR meeting the ball with his head and scoring, McBride being completely beaten.
* Five minutes after securing the first goal Liverpool enlarged their lead, PARKINSON, by a fine individual effort, eluding the defence and finding the target with a low shot.
* Liverpool’s third goal was the result of a nice breakaway by Goddard, who after running half the length of the field came into contact with McBride who came out to meet him. McBride fell on to the ball, but recovering it Goddard sent over to BOWYER, wo with an open goal made no mistake in netting it.

Sketches from the Evening Express, Monday, November 14 – 1910.
1910 LFC v PNE Sketch

1910 PNE H II

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