Saturday, April 25 – 1914 Burnley and Liverpool meet at the Crystal Palace today in the final struggle for the English Cup, at which the
Monday, April 20 – 1914 (Evening Express, 20-04-1914) The Liverpool players at Edge Hill Station before heading to London.
April 15, 1914 The latest photograph of Liverpool was taken at Chingford, where they trained for the semi-final with Aston Villa. They return there next
Saturday, April 11 – 1914 (Football Express, 11-04-1914)
Saturday, April 4 – 1914 (Football Express, 04-04-1914)
February 28, 1914 For the benefit of those who were unable to attend the Cup tie, we here give a faithful sketch of the “football”
February 28, 1914 Thomas Fairfoull, the noted Liverpool half-back, who is one of the Reds’ most consistent players. He has not missed a match this
February 28, 1914 Queens Park Ranger. – I’m here to keep you out! Liverpool. – Indeed! Then you’re going to be busy! (Football Express: February
February 6, 1914 Liverpool are putting their recently acquired wealth to a good purpose in securing new players. (Evening Express: February 6, 1914) X
Saturday, January 31 – 1914 The mascot of the Liverpool club – a lucky horse-shoe. Its owner led the band at half-time. (Liverpool Echo, 31-01-1914)
Monday, January 20 – 1914 (Liverpool Echo, 20-01-1914)
Saturday, January 17 – 1914 (Liverpool Echo, 17-01-.1914)
Saturday, January 3 – 1914 (Evening Express, 03-01-1914) FA Cup draw, Liverpool, Barnsley, Everton, Oldham Athletic, sketch.
September 4, 1913 Arthur Metcalf gives the groundsman a helping hand. (Evening Telegraph: September 4, 1913)
Thursday, June 19 – 1913 Kenneth Campbell (an ex-Glasgow junior), goalkeeper for Liverpool, is quite a good nurse when he likes, and he is here
January 25, 1913 Liverpool make a hot attack on the West Bromwich goal. (Source: Liverpool Echo: January 27, 1913)
December 7, 1912 Bob Ferguson, Liverpool F.C. The Livers half-back from Partick Thistle, who appears to have found his true position in the Reds’ ranks
November 30, 1912 Kenneth Campbell, Liverpool F.C. (Liverpool Echo: November 30, 1912)
October 5, 1912 Arthur Metcalf, Liverpool F.C.’s inside forward from Newcastle United, who made his first appearance with the League team on Saturday. He is
October 5, 1912 William Stuart, formerly of Liverpool, who is showing excellent form in the forward rank of Wrexham F.C. (Source: Liverpool Echo: October 5,
August 31, 1912 (Source: Liverpool Football Echo: August 31, 1912) A big thank you to Billy Smith the Blue Correspondent for the sketches.
Saturday, April 27 – 1912 Liverpool who were in great danger of going down to the Second Division, made themselves safe by an unexpected victory
February 24, 1912 Ernest Peake, Liverpool F.C. Ernest Peake, the Liverpool half-back, who has been chosen to represent Wales against Scotland at Edinburgh last Saturday.
February 24, 1912 Rab Howell, Liverpool Football Club. (Source: Liverpool Echo: February 12, 1912) X
February 10, 1912 Willie Michael, Liverpool Football Club. (Source: Liverpool Echo. February 10, 1912) X