Logan Mackenzie back from a trial with Liverpool F.C.

Monday, November 25 – 1946
Logan Mackenzie, prominent Fife amateur, who was on ten days’ trial for Liverpool, satisfied. Mackenzie was willing if the club could find him employment to finish his apprenticeship as a marine engineer. This was interrupted by his service in the Royal Navy.
Mackenzie has received a letter from Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool, assuring him the club was doing everything possible to find the employment he required.
Mackenie was out for Queen’s Park Strollers on Saturday.
(Evening Telegraph, 25-11-1946)

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