Liverpool F.C. season 1892/1893


Overview of articles – continued from the previous season:
Close season:
May 4, 1892 – Shelton heading for Anfield?.
May 6, 1892 – The first players signs on.
May 9, 1892 – Cameron and Kelso signs on.
May 9, 1892 – Anfield in tip top condition.
May 10, 1892 – Permission granted to form LTD.
May 12, 1892 – Sunderland Albion F.C. disbanded.
May 12, 1892 – A new club at St James’ Park.
May 13, 1892 – Rejected by the Football League.
May 13, 1892 – Smith visiting friends in Kilmarnock.
May 14, 1892 – Strong financial results for Everton.
May 14, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
May 16, 1892 – Andrew Hannah signed on a big salary.
May 17, 1892 – “No,” to the Northern League.
May 19, 1892 – Clifford transfer collapses for Liverpool.
May 21, 1892 – Lancashire League for Liverpool.
May 24, 1892 – 1st Division and nothing else.
May 25, 1892 – Improved telephone apparatus.
May 28, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
May 31, 1892 – Liverpool for the Lancashire Senior Cup.

June 1, 1892 – Starving, God bless my child and its mother. None better ever lived.
June 6, 1892 – Hannah appointed captain of Liverpool.
June 6, 1892 – A new player in James McBride.
June 11, 1892 – Annual Athletic Sports for the Anfield Road Board Schools.
June 11, 1892 – Historic Celtic with three cups.
June 13, 1892 – Miller and Kelvin joins Liverpool.
June 13, 1892 – Middlesbrough FC becomes a Limited Liability Company.
June 13, 1892 – The football reporter and his pigeons.
June 17, 1892 – Disorderly annual meeting for Aston Villa.
June 20, 1892 – Prospects for the coming season.
June 20, 1892 – Former Aston Villa director died in the arrest.
June 23, 1892 – Dream fixtures for Sunderland.
June 27, 1892 – The prospectus has been issued.
June 27, 1892 – Reserve team of local players.

July 7, 1892 – Duncan McLean and Malcolm McVean signs for Liverpool.
July 9, 1892 – McVean and McLean joins Liverpool.
July 11, 1892 – Dan Doyle the “repented sinner”.
July 11, 1892 – Most serious riots in Liverpool.
July 18, 1892 – Boycotted by the Football League.
July 18, 1892 – Preparing for the allotting of shares.
July 23, 1892 – Sharp preferred the Baw bees.
July 23, 1892 – McOwen arrives from Darwen.
July 25, 1892 – Football League end their boycott of Liverpool.
July 25, 1892 – From “Salmon Town” to Liverpool.
July 29, 1892 – Thick tea at the Lathom Hotel.
July 29, 1892 – The players arrive in Liverpool.
July 31, 1892 – Scottish duo for Bolton Wanderers.

August 5, 1892 – FA to get tough on the Scots.
August 15, 1892 – 6,000 turned up for training.
August 17, 1892 – More Celtic players for England.
August 19, 1892 – Liverpool draw Southport Central in the Lancashire Cup.
August 20, 1892 – Liverpool at the Ring O’Bell’s Hotel.
August 20, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
August 20, 1892 – A.F. Sutcliffe the new Burnley secretary.
August 20, 1892 – How dare he predict the outcome?.
August 23, 1892 – Gang of youths burgled Houlding.
August 29, 1892 – The centre-half is found.
August 29, 1892 – The first ever Liverpool F.C. squad.
August 29, 1892 – Liverpool F.C. looking ahead to 1892/93.
August 30, 1892 – The draw for the F.A. Cup.

Football season:
September 1, 1892 – Liverpool crush Rotherham Town in their first ever match. (match report)
September 3, 1892 – Perfect start in the League. (match report)
September 3, 1892 – Dinner party with Mr. Houlding.
September 5, 1892 – Nightmare at the Paradise Ground. (match report)
September 7, 1892 – Barrow visit Anfield on Thursday.
September 8, 1892 – East win, but no spectators. (match report)
September 10, 1892 – Cries of “Play up, Liverpool”. (match report)
September 15, 1892 – A full-back from Kilmarnock on trial. (match report)
September 17, 1892 – McLean with a dislocated shoulder. (match report)
September 17, 1892 – A Liver-bird in the wind.
September 17, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
September 19, 1892 – Like old days at Anfield.
September 22, 1892 – “Home” crowd cheers for ‘Nops. (match report)
September 24, 1892 – Unbeaten Bury crushed at Anfield. (match report)
September 24, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
September 26, 1892 – Bury came to conquer, but went home conquered.
September 26, 1892 – Beaten at Stoke in a friendly. (match report)
September 28, 1892 – Liverpool to play West Manchester.
September 29, 1892 – A powerful visit from Scotland.
September 29, 1892 – League fixtures reversed with West Manchester.
September 29, 1892 – Miller with a late winner. (match report)

October 1, 1892 – From 0-1 to 3-1 in twenty minutes. (match report)
October 1, 1892 – Nuggets from Cricket and Football Field.
October 3, 1892 – Great fighting spirit from Liverpool.
October 6, 1892 – Poor team performance in Glasgow. (match report)
October 8, 1892 – Liverpool win at West Manchester. (match report)
October 15, 1892 – Nantwich no match for Liverpool. (match report)
October 15, 1892 – The working men and Mr. John Houlding.
October 17, 1892 – Free education controversy in Liverpool.
October 17, 1892 – The Liverpool police and the new uniforms.
October 20, 1892 – Liverpool draw Newtown in the FA Cup.
October 22, 1892 – Liverpool win 5-0 at Higher Walton. (match report)
October 22, 1892 – Exodus to the Canary Islands.
October 24, 1892 – A splendid trio of halves.
October 29, 1892 – Liverpool win 9-0 in the FA Cup. (match report)
October 31, 1892 – Andrew Hannah having his head screwed on the right way.

November 2, 1892 – 30 electric cars for the Liverpool Overhead Railway.
November 5, 1892 – Shock defeat for Liverpool at Blackpool. (match report)
November 7, 1892 – Weak defence and insipid shooting.
November 10, 1892 – Meeting of the Lancashire FA.
November 12, 1892 – Easy win at The Copse in Fleetwood. (match report)
November 14, 1892 – John Miller played a wonderful game.
November 14, 1892 – Liverpool beat Aston Villa in a friendly. (match report)
November 19, 1892 – Liverpool go out of the FA Cup. (match report)
November 21, 1892 – Poor attacking show by Liverpool.
November 22, 1892 – Liverpool hand in protest after FA Cup defeat.
November 24, 1892 – Liverpool’s FA Cup protest thrown out.
November 26, 1892 – Liverpool win at Dark Lane. (match report)
November 28, 1892 – Choppy Warburton making a meal of the opposition at Stamford Bridge.
November 28, 1892 – Ross and McCartney the stars at Rossendale.
November 29, 1892 – Accident to a football player.
November 30, 1892 – Electric lightning at Liverpool Library.

December 1, 1892 – Losing trade for the Liverpool docks.
December 1, 1892 – How the Tories lost the power in Liverpool.
December 3, 1892 – Prime Minister William Gladstone given the “Freedom of Liverpool”.
December 3, 1892 – Liverpool in seventh heaven. (match report)
December 5, 1892 – Football in the same class as the old Preston North End.
December 6, 1892 – Hawkers are a race of themselves.
December 7, 1892 – Liverpool Caledonians chasing investors.
December 8, 1892 – The reserves play Whiston at Anfield.
December 10, 1892 – A friendly draw at Heywood Central. (match report)
December 13, 1892 – A new wing opened at the Victoria University College.
December 17, 1892 – Abe Hartley signs for Everton.
December 17, 1892 – Shock defeat at Anfield. (match report)
December 19, 1892 – Get your act together Liverpool.
December 24, 1892 – Wyllie grabs the winner at South Shore. (match report)
December 26, 1892 – Liverpool with a late winner against Sheffield United. (match report)
December 27, 1892 – Liverpool and Southport Central share four goals. (match report)
December 31, 1892 – Liverpool win 6-2 against Heywood Central. (match report)
December 31, 1892 – Liverpool Reserves win big at Sea View.
December 31, 1892 – Goodbye 1892 – Hello 1893.

January 2, 1893 – Liverpool at the top of the League. (match report)
January 3, 1893 – Frosty weather brings out the plumber.
January 5, 1893 – A lunch gone wrong.
January 6, 1893 – The insurance inspector and his steak.
January 7, 1893 – A new team at Woodcroft Park.
January 7, 1893 – Liverpool came from behind to win at Bamford Road. (match report)
January 9, 1893 – Great back-play by Andrew Hannah and Duncan McLean.
January 12, 1893 – Liverpool to play Darwen in the Lancashire Cup.
January 14, 1893 – A pleasantly contested game ends in a game. (match report)
January 16, 1893 – Sydney Ross was always on the alert.
January 18, 1893 – A royal elephant in Liverpool.
January 19, 1893 – Everton refused lottery.
January 21, 1893 – A goalless draw at Gigg Lane. (match report)
January 21, 1893 – A bet gone wrong.
January 25, 1893 – Too fat for football.
January 25, 1893 – Liverpool in strict training for the Darwen game.
January 25, 1893 – A good game is expected.
January 27, 1893 – No more football on Kennington Oval.
January 28, 1893 – Just like old times at Anfield. (match report)
January 28, 1893 – A Happy Poem or King John Houlding.
January 30, 1893 – Matt McQueen got the man of the match verdict.

February 3, 1893 – A new scheme for the Football Gala.
February 3, 1893 – Darwen withdrew their protest.
February 3, 1893 – Meeting for the benefit of the Theatrical Gala.
February 4, 1893 – Liverpool beaten in poor attended friendly. (match report)
February 4, 1893 – Liverpool Overhead Railway – Central Station.
February 6, 1893 – Stoke were a class team.
February 6, 1893 – Liverpool to play Bootle in the Lancashire Cup.
February 9, 1893 – Liverpool at full strength against Bury.
February 11, 1893 – Liverpool shaken by the Shakers. (match report)
February 13, 1893 – Bury were the masters of corner kicks.
February 14, 1893 – Liverpool collect a friendly draw at Clifton Grove. (match report)
February 15, 1893 – No copyright in football fixtures.
February 18, 1893 – Miller gets a late winner at Seed Hill. (match report)
February 20, 1893 – When will Matt McQueen find a permanent position?.
February 23, 1893 – An uninteresting friendly draw with Stoke. (match report)
February 25, 1893 – The agenda for the Theatrical Football Gala finally settled.
February 25, 1893 – Easy win against the Central at Anfield. (match report)
February 27, 1893 – Matt McQueen with shooting powers.

March 2, 1893 – Advertisement for the Theatrical Gala at Anfield.
March 2, 1893 – Out of the hat came Chester.
March 3, 1893 – That is not our boat.
March 3, 1893 – The Theatrical Football Gala at Anfield.
March 4, 1893 – Anfield became a Trafalgar for Nelson. (match report)
March 6, 1893 – Matt McQueen once again the hero of the day.
March 6, 1893 – No more thrill for Boylan and Gill.
March 7, 1893 – It was never a goal.
March 9, 1893 – Skea’s hattrick sees of Liverpool at Anfield. (match report)
March 11, 1893 – A hard defeat and a bad injury to Ross. (match report)
March 13, 1893 – The forward play let Liverpool down.
March 16, 1893 – Ross still in hospital.
March 16, 1893 – Anfield sees a big win. (match report)
March 18, 1893 – Another solid display by Liverpool. (match report)
March 20, 1893 – Goalkeeper crisis, what crisis?.
March 20, 1893 – Local Cup semi final awaits.
March 22, 1893 – Liverpool advance to the semi finals of the local cup. (match report)
March 23, 1893 – Daniel Kirkwood’s benefit at Anfield.
March 23, 1893 – Poor support for local footballing hero.
March 25, 1893 – Liverpool win their last League match of the season at Anfield. (match report)
March 27, 1893 – The Corinthians to visit Anfield on Easter Monday.
March 27, 1893 – Another good week summed up.
March 28, 1893 – Liverpool to play Bootle in the local cup semi final.
March 29, 1893 – Failure of a football player.
March 29, 1893 – The finances from the Theatrical Gala.
March 31, 1893 – Another top team fall at Anfield. (match report)

April 1, 1893 – Liverpool let a two goal lead slip at Stockton. (match report)
April 3, 1893 – The dashing inside men.
April 3, 1893 – A strong Corinthians’ team due at Anfield.
April 3, 1893 – Fred Geary linked with Liverpool.
April 3, 1893 – Liverpool beat the Corinthians at Anfield. (match report)
April 4, 1893 – Liverpool played gallery football. (match report)
April 5, 1893 – William Houlding married to Miss Henrietta Sarah Tinsley.
April 8, 1893 – English League XI conquers Celtic Park.
April 8, 1893 – Goalless at St. James’ Park. (match report)
April 10, 1893 – A very good week for Liverpool.
April 10, 1893 – A pleasant visit to The Cunnings in Newtown. (match report)
April 15, 1893 – The Liverpool football cup.
April 15, 1893 – The League season ends with a draw. (match report)
April 17, 1893 – The Liverpool Cup Semi-final.
April 17, 1893 – Miller’s winner sends Liverpool to the local cup final. (match report)
April 17, 1893 – The Bootle ground to be the venue for the local cup final.
April 21, 1893 – The Liverpool Cup Final awaits.
April 22, 1893 – Liverpool beat Everton 1-0 in the final of  the Liverpool Senior Cup. (match report)
April 22, 1893 – Southport Central hands the League trophy to Anfield.
April 22, 1893 – No League trophy for Blackpool after all.
April 22, 1893 – Rest of League team selection for Liverpool game.
April 24, 1893 – Full squad for Bolton game.
April 24, 1893 – Liverpool were popular winners.
April 24, 1893 – Everton’s protest thrown out.
April 24, 1893 – A clever 1-1 draw at Anfield. (match report)
April 24, 1893 – Trophies to be paraded this week.
April 25, 1893 – Goalless at Anfield versus Preston North End. (match report)
April 26, 1893 – Blackburn Rovers team for Anfield friendly.
April 26, 1893 – Two own goals by Andrew Hannah. (match report)
April 27, 1893 – Hall snatch the winner for Blackburn Rovers. (match report)
April 29, 1893 – A friendly draw at the of the season. (Match report)
April 29, 1893 – Liverpool to leave Anfield after just one year?.
April 29, 1893 – The end of a wonderful season.

Liverpool 1892 team picture Anfield 1892

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