November 8, 1923
John McNab, the well-known Liverpool half-back, and a Scottish International, was on Thursday night injured in a motor smash in Bootle, near Liverpool. He was thrown through the wind-screen, and was taken to Bootle Hospital, where he had sixteen stitches put into his face. His place in the Liverpool team against Huddersfield will probably be taken by John Bamber.
(Sheffield Daily Telegraph: November 10. 1923)