October 18, 1939
Two former Liverpool players for whom the Reds received about £11,000 in transfer fees will be wearing the club colours again on Saturday.
They are Alf Hanson, the Chelsea outside-left, who went to Stamford Bridge from Anfield last year, and Jack Tennant, of Stoke City, who went to the Potters, via Bolton Wanderers, after good service at Anfield.
Both will play for the Liverpool team against Bolton Wanderers, at Burnden Park, in the opening game of the Lancashire Football League.
In addition, Albert Malam, the Doncaster Rovers’ forward, will also be on duty.
Liverpool: Eric Mansley, Ted Rafferty, Jack Tennant, Ray Lambert, Dennis Cooke, Eddie Spicer, George Leadbetter, Albert Malam, Cyril Done, Len Carney, Alf Hanson.
(Evening Express: October 18, 1939)