September 19, 1941
The visit of Manchester City to Anfield to oppose Liverpool provides the premier soccer attraction on Merseyside tomorrow, when there will be two “Derby” games affecting the local clubs.
Manchester City come to Anfield seeking their first win of the season, and the spectators will have their first opportunity of seeing how the Reds’ new blend of youth and experience operates.
Bob Batey is unable to play for Liverpool as he is required by Preston North End, but it is possible that Jimmy McInnes and Bill Kinghorn will be available.
Liverpool (from): Alf Hobson, Charlie Fazackerley, Ray Lambert, Harry Kaye, Eddie Spicer, Jimmy McInnes, Billy Liddell, Willie Fagan, Cyril Done, Dick Dorsett, Stan Palk, Bill Kinghorn.
Manchester City (from): Tom Swinbourne, Gordon Clark, Charlie Walker, Jack Percival, Eric Eastwood, Jackie Bray, Maurice Dunkley, Jack Pritchard, J. Parlane, Jim Currier, Jack Boothway, and Sam Barkas.
(Evening Express, 19-09-1941)
Sam Barkas, Manchester City F.C.