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George Kay’s son to play for Liverpool


December 28, 1939
George Kay, 22-year-old son of Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool Football Club, will make his first appearance for the Reds on Saturday. He has been chosen to play right half in the team to oppose Manchester United in the Lancashire Football League match at Anfield.

George junior is an amateur who has played a lot with Bournemouth Gasworks. He is 6ft., and his debut will be watched with interest.

Liverpool Reserves. – Eric Mansley, Kenneth Seddon, Ted Rafferty, George Kay, Dennis Cooke, Eddie Spicer, George Leadbetter, Ray Connah, Cyril Done, William Cotton, Sidney Cathrall.
(Liverpool Daily Post: December 28, 1939)

December 28, 1939
George Kay, 22-year-old son of Mr. George Kay, the Liverpool F.C. manager, is to play in the Lancashire League match on Saturday for Liverpool Reserves against Manchester United Reserves.

Young Kay is an amateur.
(Liverpool Echo: December 28, 1939)

December 29, 1939

Interesting feature of the Lancashire Football League match at Anfield tomorrow between Liverpool and Manchester United will be the appearance of the sons of two officials.

George Kay, son of Liverpool’s manager, Mr. George Kay, will be at right half for the Reds, and the right back position will be filled by young Kenneth Seddon, 16-year-old son of the Liverpool third team trainer, Jimmy Seddon.

Liverpool Reserves: Eric Mansley, Kenneth Seddon, Ted Rafferty, George Kay, Dennis Cooke, Eddie Spicer, George Leadbetter, Ray Connah, Cyril Done, William Cotton, Sidney Cathrall.
(Evening Express: December 29, 1939)

 

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