Knee injury for Liverpool’s Jackson


Wednesday, July 23 – 1930
Fears are entertained that James Jackson, the Liverpool F.C. captain and right back, will not be able to play during the forthcoming season owning to an injury sustained during the club’s short Scottish tour near the end of last season. Jackson, colliding with another player, tore the ligament of a knee, and the injury having failed to yield to treatment, it is certain that he will be unable to play in the early matches next season. (Hull Daily Mail, 23-07-1930)

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