All articles about Alf Hanson on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Alf Hanson: Born: July 27, 1912: Bootle, in Liverpool. Passed away: October 4, 1993: St. Helens, England.
November 1, 1950 Penmaenmawr (Welsh League) have signed Alf Hanson, the former Liverpool outside left. (Hull Daily Mail: November 1, 1950)
March 17, 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, Regional 2, at Prenton Park, kick-off: 15:15. Tranmere Rovers – Liverpool 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr.
March 16, 1945 Manager George Kay, of Liverpool, has received word that Billy Liddell, the Scottish international, and Cumner, of Wales and Arsenal, are certain
March 13, 1945 Liverpool conclude their qualifying programme with a visit t Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park, and hope to have their Scottish internationals, Billy
March 10, 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, Regional 2, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Tranmere Rovers 3-1 (2-0). Attendance: 15,102. Referee: Mr. J.
March 9, 1945 Liverpool have no chance of overtaking Everton, but they can reach 15 points, and that is something which seems to be within
March 6, 1945 Liverpool do not anticipate much change in their team to meet Tranmere Rovers in the North Cup Qualifying Competition at Anfield on
January 19, 1945 Liverpool stake their 100 per cent League Cup qualifying competition record at Anfield tomorrow against the team which gave Everton such a
January 16, 1945 Tranmere Rovers are hopping that Lew Ashcroft and Abe Rosenthal, their pre-war forwards will be able to play against Liverpool at Anfield
December 5, 1944 If you feel like a memory test and ten minutes mental fun and games, cover up what appears below and try to
October 23, 1943 Key note: “It was almost a case of history repeating itself at Anfield where we had a game to thrill the most
October 22, 1943 If Everton, with practically a scratch side, could beat Manchester United 6-1 at Goodison a month ago, and have since themselves twice
October 19, 1943 Liverpool, greatest striking force in northern football at the present time, will have Don Welsh, the Charlton Athletic and England forward, back
October 18, 1943 Liverpool completed the double “double” over Everton on Saturday to commune in leadership of the Football League (North) and make county combination
October 18, 1943 The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I preferred their
October 16, 1943 Everton included three new guest players against Liverpool in the return Merseyside “Derby” at Anfield today. They were Roberts (Bury) and Murphy
October 16, 1943 Liverpool: Alf Hobson, Jack Westby, Jeff Gulliver, Harry Kaye, Laurie Hughes, Jack Pilling, Jim Harley, Jack Balmer, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Cyril Done, Alf
October 16, 1943 Key note: “The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I
October 15, 1943 Both Liverpool and Everton will have out different teams for this return clash, but whereas Liverpool’s changes is limited to Nieuwenhuys return
October 14, 1943 Liverpool will probably play Berry Nieuwenhuys, their versatile South African, at centre forward. Manager Mr. George Kay said to me today that
October 12, 1943 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, is early in the field with his names for the return Merseyside “Derby” with Everton at
October 11, 1943 Liverpool have dashed into the leadership of the Football league North, overtaking Blackpool and Aston Villa thanks to a smashing 6-4 victory
October 11, 1943 Liverpool Win “Derby” Game Liverpool won the “Derby” game at Goodison Park by six goals to four, the winners laying the foundation
October 9, 1943 Everton: George Burnett, Jack Jones, Norman Greenhalgh, Stan Bentham, Tommy Jones, Scott-Leo, Jack Grant, Eddie Wainwright, Tommy Lawton, Alex Stevenson, Jimmy McIntosh.