Liverpool F.C. season 1891/1892


Overview of articles:

January 8, 1892 – Railway extension in Liverpool.
January 15, 1892 – The vacancy in Liverpool.
January 22, 1892 – John Houlding one of three candidates.
January 23, 1892 – The future of Everton F.C.
January 23, 1892 – The great Cup tie at Anfield.
January 25, 1892 – Ultimatum to Mr. Houlding.
January 25, 1892 – The Everton club dispute.
January 25, 1892 – A new Everton is born.
January 26, 1892 – A football war arising in Liverpool.
January 26, 1892 – The vacancy in the Everton Division.
January 30, 1892 – A yankee desperado in Liverpool.
January 30, 1892 – The new company’s claims.

February 1, 1892 – Houlding is a strong man.
February 2, 1892 – The muslems at Liverpool.
February 2, 1892 – The Conservative contest in Everton.
February 2, 1892 – John Houlding refused book of members.
February 4, 1892 – Houlding refused the Everton name.
February 6, 1892 – A coup in the making.
February 8, 1892 – Duo voted against themselves.
February 8, 1892 – Shocking accident at Sandhills Station in Liverpool.
February 11, 1892 – Liverpool indignant.
February 15, 1892 – Letters from Mr. John Orrell.
February 15, 1892 – The friends and the enemies.
February 15, 1892 – Everton goes for Goodison Park.
February 16, 1892 – A Conservative walk-over.
February 22, 1892 – All the lies about Mr. Houlding.
February 22, 1892 – A new club is registered.
February 23, 1892 – Advertisement for the Theatrical Football Gala.
February 24, 1892 – The final plans for the Theatrical Football Gala.
February 26, 1892 – Lunatic at large in Liverpool.
February 26, 1892 – The Football League supports Everton F.C.
February 29, 1892 – In defence of Houlding’s scheme.

March 1, 1892 – Out of the frying-pan into the fire.
March 7, 1892 – What courtesy from a shylock?.
March 12, 1892 – Preparations for the special general meeting.
March 14, 1892 – A rumour has gained currency.
March 14, 1892 – No request has been sent.
March 15, 1892 – Houlding, Nesbit and Howarth removed.
March 15, 1892 – Houlding removed from his office.
March 15, 1892 – The final battle of Everton F.C.
March 16, 1892 – Shocking discovery near Liverpool.
March 18, 1892 – Liverpool F.C. seek affiliation with the FA.
March 25, 1892 – The first meeting of Liverpool F.C.
March 25, 1892 – L.F.C. Rules and Laws of 1892.
March 26, 1892 – The appalling discoveries at Rainhill, near Liverpool.
March 28, 1892 – Houlding elected president of Liverpool F.C.

April 2, 1892 – Season ticket for 7s. 6d.
April 2, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
April 4, 1892 – Houlding gift the club £500.
April 5, 1892 – Meetings at the Neptune Hotel.
April 11, 1892 – Anfield in a howling wilderness?.
April 11, 1892 – Looking for men in Scotland.
April 11, 1892 – The first ever Inter League XI.
April 11, 1892 – A long day in the court.
April 15, 1892 – The hunt for a team.
April 16, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
April 25, 1892 – Finally affiliated to the FA.
April 25, 1892 – Liverpool F.C. affiliated to FA.

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