Saturday, February 17 – 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Goodison Park. Everton – Southport 6-0 (1-0). Attendance: 10,085. Referee: Mr. J. Briggs (Cheadle).
February 16, 1945 On paper, Everton may seem to have a fairly easy task against Southport at Goodison. Yet it may not work out that
January 1, 1945 Great team work at Anfield. Coupled with joy at Liverpool’s record 12-1 victory over Southport at Anfield, most of the 13,673 spectators
December 30, 1944 Match: Football League, North Cup Qualifying Competition, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Southport 12-1 (6-0). Attendance: 13,673. Referee: Mr. A.C. Hall
August 21, 1944 Problems face the Liverpool and Everton football clubs. Yes, this despite the fact that at Goodison Park on Saturday they gave a
August 21, 1944 The Lord Mayor of Liverpool ‘s war fund will benefit by £1,150 from the pre-season game between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison
August 19, 1944 Match: Benefit for the Lord Mayor of Liverpool War Fund, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 2-5 (1-3). Attendance: 16,228;
February 10, 1944 A. E. Higgins, the amateur outside right, who joined Everton from Tranmere Rovers, will make his debut in the Football League when,
February 5, 1944 Match: War League Cup (North), Qualifying match, at Goodison Park. Everton – Wrexham 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 14,309; Gate receipts: £955. Referee: Mr.
January 1, 1944 Key note: “Without trying to detract from Wrexham’s victory over Liverpool in the second leg of their cup-tie at the Racecourse, one
December 31, 1943 The absence of three such stalwarts as Jack Balmer, Don Welsh, and Jack Westby is bound to make a difference to Liverpool
December 28, 1943 After scoring four goals in the first half, and missing half-a-dozen easy chances, Liverpool were held to a goalless second half by
December 28, 1943 Liverpool came through with a 2-1 win over Tranmere Rovers – hard won at that – and then a neat 4-0 Cup
December 27, 1943 Match: Football League, War Cup Qualifying Round, 1st Leg, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Wrexham 4-0 (4-0). Attendance: 20,139; gate receipts:
June 3, 1940 Liverpool, who made a goalless draw with New Brighton at Rake-lane, had one glorious opportunity of finishing the season with victory. Less
Saturday, June 1 – 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Rake Lane, kick-off: 15:15. New Brighton – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr.
May 31, 1940 So there remains something to strive for, and I can see Liverpool going all out against the Rakers. Who will have Alf
Saturday, December 23 – 1939 Match: Regional League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – New Brighton 6-2 (3-2). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. W.H.E.
Friday, December 22 – 1939 Liverpool will be without some of their leading players for the game against New Brighton, but that will not detract
November 1, 1939 Liverpool will have the assistance of Jack Tennant (Stoke City) and Albert Malam (Doncaster Rovers) for their Lancashire Football League game against
October 18, 1939 Two former Liverpool players for whom the Reds received about £11,000 in transfer fees will be wearing the club colours again on
October 12, 1939 Liverpool Reserves have a fixture at the Marine Ground on Saturday (3.15), and their team will include young players of promise in
September 28, 1939 Clubs all over the country are making application for the services of players of other clubs residing in their home towns. Liverpool
December 14, 1935 Match: Central League, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool Reserves – Huddersfield Town Reserves 2-1 (1-1). Liverpool (2-3-5): Stan Kane, Jim Harley, Jack