February 27, 1941
Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool, will be forced to call on a number of his young stars for the North Regional match against Bury at Gigg Lane in Saturday.
He will include only two “guest” players – Jackson, of Everton, and Turner, of Charlton – while of his Services boy only Bob Paisley and Stan Eastham will be available. However, there is distinct promise among the young players, and Liddell, Palk, Lambert, Done and Spicer will lack nothing when it comes to experience. The exact constitution of the team is not yet known.
Liverpool. – (from) Eric Mansley, Ray Lambert, George Jackson, Bob Paisley, Bert Turner, Eddie Spicer, Dennis Cooke, Billy Liddell, Stan Eastham, Stan Palk, Cyril Done, Butler, Charles Fazackerley, George Collister.
Bury will give a trial to Murray, a young inside-left from St. James’s Heywood. He takes the place of Jack Watson.
Bury. – George Bradshaw, Bill Gorman, Les Hart, Archie Livingstone, Reg Halton, Billy Whitfield, David Jones, Peter Dougal, George Davies, Murray, Don Carter.
(Source: Evening Express: February 27, 1941; via http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) © 2018 Findmypast Newspaper Archive Limited