September 13, 1941
A Merseyside footballer, Stanley Duff, aged 22, of Hazlehurst Road, Anfield, Liverpool, has been killed in an accident while serving with the Royal Air Force.
Duff, before joining the Royal Air Force, at the outbreak of war, had played for Leicester City and Tranmere Rovers. He assisted the Rovers when they headed both the Third Division and the Cheshire League. He also played for Liverpool Schoolboys, and for his school team, St. Margaret’s, Anfield.
(Evening Express: September 13, 1941)
** Duff played as an amateur for Liverpool F.C. during the 1935/36 season.