Kemp doubtful but Van den Berg back in training


Tuesday, January 10 – 1939
Dirk Kemp, the Liverpool goalkeeper, is in bed with influenza. He must be considered doubtful for the match at Charlton. Tom Bush and Berry Nieuwenhuys are suffering from knee injuries. Ray Lambert, the “A” team half-back, who was feared to have fractured a leg in the match at Lancashire C.M.H. on Saturday, was taken to a specialist, who examined the injury and fund there was no fracture. Herman van den Berg resumed training yesterday.
(Liverpool Daily Post, 10-01-1939)

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