Economic hard times for Liverpool


May 2, 1932
At Anfield the terms-sheet has amazed the players. Daniel McRorie and James Jackson and others are smarting under the curbed outlay of a club they thought was rich in preserves, reserves, and in futures, but they were wrong. The club has to show the economic blade everywhere they go. Willie Steel was a revelation at Derby, and has been one of the best purchases the club ever made.
(Dundee Courier: May 2, 1932)

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