Anfield card for the oncoming season


August 9, 1923
Elisha Scott
Belfast
Goalkeeper
5ft. 9in. and 10st. 11lb.

Algy Wilkinson
Bradford
Goalkeeper
5ft. 10in. and 12st. 7lb.

Charles Pearson
Sunderland
Goalkeeper
5ft. 9½in. and 11st. 7lb.

Ephraim Longworth
Bolton
Right back
5ft. 8½in. and 11st. 9½lb.

Tommy Lucas
St. Helens
Right back
5ft. 6in. and 11st.

Jimmy Garner
Liverpool
Right back
5ft. 8in. and 11st.

Donald Mackinlay
Newton
Left back
5ft. 8¾in. and 12st. 8lb.

Ted Parry
Colwyn Bay
Left back
5ft. 8½in. and 11st. 8lb.

John Lillie
Newcastle-on-Tyne
Left back
5ft. 9in. and 11st. 4lb.

John McNab
Clelland
Right half
6ft. 0½in. and 11st. 8lb.

John Bamber
St. Helens
Rght half
5ft. 10in. and 11st. 11lb.

Ronald Mitchell
Preston
Right half
5ft. 8in. and 11st. 6lb.

Walter Wadsworth
Bootle
Centre half
5ft. 10¾in. and 11st.

David Pratt
Lochore
Centre half
5ft. 10in. and 12st.

Bill Rogers
Lancaster
Centre half
5ft. 10½in. and 12st. 7lb.

Tom Bromilow
Liverpool
Left half
5ft. 9½in. and 11st. 4lb.

William Lacey
Dublin
Outside right
5ft. 8¾in. and 12st. 6½lb.

Cyril Gilhespy
Fennshouses
Outside right
5ft, 8in. and 10st. 5lb.

Thomas Malone
Birkenhead
Outside right
5ft. 8in. and 10st. 11lb.

Dick Forshaw
Widnes
Inside right
5ft. 10in. and 12st.

Jimmy Walsh
Stockport
Inside right
5ft. 8½in. and 11st. 5½lb.

Billy McDevitt
Belfast
Inside right
5ft. 10in. and 11st. 7lb.

Dick Johnson
Felling
Centre forward
5ft. 7¾in. and 11st. 1½lb.

Danny Shone
Garston
Centre forward
5ft. 5¾in. and 11st. slb.

Idwal Davies
Wales
Centre forward
5ft. 8in. and 10st. 7lb.

Joe Kedwell
Liverpool
Centre forward
5ft. 8in. and 10st. 10lb.

Griffith Owen
Liverpool
Centre forward
5ft. 8in. and 11st.

Harry Chambers
Wellington Quay
Inside left
5ft. 9½in. and 12st. 6lb.

Harry Lewis
Birkenhead
Inside left
5ft. 6in. and 11st. 2lb.

George Harold Beadles
Newton (Mon)
Inside left
5ft. 8in. and 11st. 8lb.

Harold Wadsworth
Bootle
Outside left
5ft. 6in. and 11st.

Willie Chalmers
Aberdeen
Outside left
5ft. 10in. and 11st. 7lb.

I (Bee) was at Anfield yesterday and had the pleasure of presenting Harry Chambers with two international caps with “the hope and belief that there would be more to follow.” Anfield is alive with workers who are rushing to get cafes, etc., into shipshape order for the opening day. The particulars given above, by the way represent actual weight without clothes.
(Source: Liverpool Echo: August 9, 1923)

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