All articles about Andrew Hannah on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Andrew Hannah: Born: September 17, 1864: Renton, in Scotland. Passed away: May 29, 1940: Clydebank, in Scotland.
May 29, 1940 Another of the great old-timers has passed out. Andrew Hannah, who has died in Clydebank, was one of the famous Renton team
August 26, 1935 Football paid its tribute to the late Tom Maley yesterday. Chief mourners at the funeral were Mr. Willie Maley (the Celtic manager)
January 17, 1925 Of the original playing members of Liverpool F.C. not the least illustrious was William McOwen, who distinguished himself under the bar in
July 24, 1923 The death occurred yesterday at Nottingham General Hospital of Mr. Alfred Shelton, a former notable Association football player, for many years a
January 20, 1919 The President of the Football League, Mr. John McKenna, greatly distinguished himself in the interview with the professional players. To conduct an
April 8, 1918 Daniel Doyle, one of the greatest full backs of all time, died yesterday afternoon in a Glasgow hospital. His demise was expected,
November 7, 1914 Andrew Hannah, the old Renton back, is presently an inmate of the Glasgow Western Infirmary. Andrew is to undergo an operation shortly.
Thursday, April 16 – 1914 Andrew Hannah, the ex-Renton and Everton back, is an applicant for the managership of the new Clydebank club. (Dundee Courier,
October 23, 1911 Andrew Kelvin, one of the original members of the Liverpool Association club recently died at his house in Kilmarnock. He took part
Saturday, September 28 – 1907 Between fifteen and twenty years ago there were stirring times in the football world, for the English Clubs, following on
Saturday, June 15 – 1901 We have been favored with a copy of the sports programme of the Vale of Leven Highland Games, which took
Thursday, October 29 – 1896 Andrew Hannah is not exactly a spent force, although he has pretty much the appearance of being all done up.
Thursday, October 22 – 1896 The demands of the business of football are about as serious as those of every day commercial life. Here we
December 6, 1895 The Wanderers will introduce Rob Roy, of Callander, to their patrons at Clepington Park. As this is the first time that the
November 2, 1895 An event of interest, not merely to Preston, but wherever football is played, takes place at Deepdale on Monday, and it is
May 18, 1895 The alleged transfer of the allegiance of the Liverpool stars – Jimmy Ross, Frank Becton and Andrew Hannah – from their present
February 25, 1895 Since the institution of the League of football world, so far as English clubs are concerned, has been carried on and progresses
February 2, 1895 Match: FA Cup, First Round, at Oakwell, kick-off: 14:30. Barnsley St. Peter’s – Liverpool 1-2 (0-1) AET. Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. T.M.
January 19, 1895 Match: Lancashire Cup, First Round, at Turf Moor. Burnley – Liverpool 0-4 (0-3). Attendance: 5,000; gate receipt: £74. Referee: Mr. John Lewis
January 7, 1895 Liverpool v The Wednesday. The first meeting between these clubs took place at Olive Grove, Sheffield, on Saturday, before 7,000 or 8,000
January 5, 1895 Match: Football League, First Division, at Olive Grove, kick-off: 14:15. The Wednesday – Liverpool 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. L.W. Furniss.
January 2, 1895 Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. This return fixture between these two clubs took place at Anfield yesterday, before 10,000 spectators, and in
January 1, 1895 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – West Bromwich Albion 4-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): William McCann,
December 3, 1894 Any impartial spectators who witnessed the game Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers must be of the opinion that the Anfield club was very