Alf West’s record

Thursday, January 15 – 1914
It has passed unnoticed by all save the “Echo’s” recording expert that Alf West, who left Liverpool to join Notts County three seasons ago, has just completed a magnificent League match “break” of “100,” and is still “in play”! He hasn’t missed a match since he joined the County club of his native Nottingham, and his record reads: – 1911-12, 38 League matches; 1912-13, 38; 1913-14, 24 – total, 100. This is a wonderful record for a man whom Liverpool did not see fit to retain. His first for the Reds was played, strange to say, v. Notts County at Anfield, November 7, 1903.
(Liverpool Echo, 15-01-1914)

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