Monday, September 28 – 1942
I do not suppose Liverpool worried unduly when they found themselves a goal down at Bury, knowing that they always win there. And win they did. George Mills levelled Burdett’s opening goal before the interval, during which period Bury were rather the more impressive side.
After the interval, however, Liverpool took charge of affairs, and Mills, Cyril Done, and Billy Liddell gave the Reds a convincing 4-1 win. Once the Liverpool half-backs had settled down to their game there was no hope for a Bury who showed early on that they are quite a useful combination.
(Evening Express, 28-09-1942)