July 15, 1914
The Football League have appointed Messrs. John McKenna, Charles Sutcliffe, H. Keys, Dr James Baxter, and J. Cameron as the directors to work its insurance scheme for the future.
The name of the new federation will be the Football League Mutual Insurance Federation. Mr. John McKenna will be the president, and Mr. T. Charnley secretary. It is proposed to make a special appeal to all the clubs of the Football League to join.
The federation will be open for membership to the Football League clubs only.
(Liverpool Echo: July 15, 1914)