All articles about Andy McCombie on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Andy McCombie: Born: June 30, 1876: Inverness (Scotland), United Kingdom. Passed away: March 28, 1952: North Shields,
November 7, 1919 Ned Doig, Scotland’s international goalkeeper, died at Liverpool on Friday night. A native of Letham, Forfarshire, Doig’s first senior team was Arbroath.
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
September 21, 1907 The transfer system as we know it has been evolved through time and the necessities of a complex situation, the whole being
March 23, 1907 Key note: “Liverpool are a team of contrasts. One day they play football of the very highest class, and on another they
November 24, 1906 Liverpool’s Novocastian’s experiences Liverpool’s nice winning sequence came to an end at Newcastle in a fashion somewhat unsatisfactory. Given eleven good men
April 21, 1906 Match: English FA Cup Final, at Crystal Palace. Everton – Newcastle United 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 75,609. Referee: Mr. Fred Kirkham (Bolton); linesmen:
April 15, 1905 Match: English FA Cup, Final, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:30. Aston Villa – Newcastle United 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 101,117. Referee: Mr. Pat
March 6, 1905 International, British Championship, at The Racecourse Ground (Wrexham). Wales – Scotland 3-1 (1-0). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. Frederick Kirkham. Wales (2-3-5): Leigh
October 8, 1904 The departure of Andy McCombie to Newcastle led the Sunderland officials to seek for a new back, and the must be considered
September 19, 1903 Match: Football League, First Division, at Roker Park, kick-off: 15:30. Sunderland – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 17,000. Referee: Mr. A.W. Cooknell; linesmen:
March 30, 1903 Key note: “The match was a strenuous affair from start to finish. Both teams were on full stretch from the moment of
February 28, 1903 Match: Sheriff of London Shield, at White Hart Lane. Corinthians – Sunderland 0-3 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. A. Green. Corinthians (2-3-5):
Tuesday, February 24 – 1903 Last night the Selection Committee of the Scottish Football Association met privately in Glasgow, and chose the following powerful team
September 15, 1902 The Liverpool team paid its visit to Roker Park on Saturday when 20,000 people turned out to see Sunderland secure their first
September 15, 1902 The heights and weights of the Sunderland League team are: Ned Doig, 5ft. 9¾in., and 12st. 9lb.; Andy McCombie, 5ft. 9½in., and
September 13, 1902 Match: Football League, First Division, at Roker Park, kick-off: 15:30. Sunderland – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 17,600. Referee: Mr. T. Kirkham (Burslem),
April 2, 1902 All eyes will be turned towards Ibrox Park, Glasgow, on Saturday first, when Scotland and England meet in their thirtieth International game.
September 21, 1901 Match: Football League, First Division, at Roker Park, kick-off: 15:30. Sunderland – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 15,818; gate receipts: £400. Referee: Mr.
February 23, 1901 Key note: “Sunderland were distinctly unfortunate in not at least dividing the points. They had more of the game than their opponents,
September 29, 1900 Key note: “The defeat of Liverpool by Sunderland cannot be said to have caused an unusual amount of surprise, for the Wearsiders
December 25, 1899 The heights and weights of the Sunderland players are: Ned Doig, 5ft. 9½in. and 12st. 4lb.; Andy McCombie, 5ft. 9½in. and 12st.
December 23, 1899 Match: Football League, First Division, St. James’s Park, kick-off: 14:00. Newcastle United – Sunderland 2-4 (2-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. J. Fox.
September 11, 1899 The League season was opened at Anfield on Saturday in fine though boisterous weather, a capital attraction in the shape of a
September 9, 1899 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 16:00. Liverpool – Sunderland 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. Tom Armitt (Leek),