March 22, 1908 The semi finals of the English Cup will be played next Saturday as follows: – Fulham v. Newcastle, at Liverpool Southampton v.
March 21, 1908 On Wednesday next, when Liverpool meet Manchester United, the new Stand will be ready, and the public will be able to see
March 7, 1908 The Livers liven up Liverpool could not meet the Citizens from the West with any degree of confidence, for they have not
January 25, 1908 The two Liverpool clubs are perfecting their accommodation, and in time it would appear probable that every spectators on a wet day
September 2, 1907 The opening day. The opening day of the 1907-08 season has dawned at last. This season it is the second not the
September 2, 1907 Liverpool have exercised an economic policy in securing recruits, and those players engaged have, in the majority of cases, to make reputation.
Monday, August 10 – 1907 Matters in a structural sense have not progressed in quite the manner hoped for within the Liverpool camp. It was
June 10, 1907 Liverpool directors give account of their stewardship. A quiet gathering. The Liverpool Football Club did not have a gay season, as everyone
June 10, 1907 Liverpool Club’s annual meeting There was but little of that enthusiasm in evidence at the Liverpool F.C.’s «annual» at Carlton Hall on
May 11, 1907 Liverpool F.C. gossip. Things in the Liverpool camp are more tranquil than was the case a year ago, when the signal was
April 20, 1907 Listless Liverpool. The Liverpool team have given two further examples of how not to do it within the past week. Bristol City
April 13, 1907 Liverpool gossip. Turning to our Anfield neighbours, a somewhat similar condition of things prevails respecting 1907-8 bookings. Mr. Tom Watson has been
September 25, 1906 The meeting of Everton and Liverpool at Anfield is the topic of the week. The very sensible arrangements by which the home
September 3, 1906 The changes that have taken place at Anfield Road will delight those who have visited that enclosure in years gone by. For
August 25, 1906 Anfield’s latest tourist party. It was a happy thought on the part of the Liverpool directorate to invite the Press to lunch
August 25, 1906 Visitors to Anfield Road next Saturday, when Stoke will have the honour of being the first club to contest on the new
August 18, 1906 (Liverpool Football Echo: August 18, 1906)
July 21, 1906 The Liverpool Club is appreciating the wisdom of the old saying. A certain purchase having been made, the directors have been able
July 7, 1906 Ned Doig looks in the pink of condition. The hot weather has no effect on Scotland’s greatest custodian. The Anfield ground is
April 30, 1906 By the time these words are in print a commencement will have been made with the alterations on the Liverpool club’s enclosure.
April 21, 1906 Since the new Liverpool Football Company was formed progress in every direction has been recorded. In a playing sense particularly has this
April 14, 1906 Fine weather, a holiday season, and keen partisanship combined to produce a record crowd at Anfield yesterday when the return League match
April 13, 1906 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 35,000. Referee: Mr. A. Green; linesmen: Messrs.
December 30, 1905 Liverpool are at home again, and, following on recent unexpected events both at Anfield and Goodison, they will oblige by firmly dealing
December 11, 1905 It is quite time the Liverpool directorate took steps to see that admittance to the Press box is confined only to those