January 1, 1957 Liverpool have put back their normal Tuesday night board meeting until to-morrow evening, owing to New Year. This will also give them
August 22, 1956 Although Liverpool lost their opening game with Huddersfield Town, the directors were sufficient satisfied with the second-half display to keep the same
July 12, 1954 Phil Taylor, former Liverpool captain, who was given a free transfer by the Anfielders at the end of last season, has now
March 20, 1954 The remark made in Liverpool Echo last week that Tom McNulty, the former Manchester United full-back, was Liverpool’s tenth first-team debutante this
July 18, 1948 Holidaying at his Glasgow home before going South is Joe Cadden, Scots junior who turned senior by way of the United States.
Saturday, May 10 – 1930 The season 1929-30 now closed, will go down in the Football History as one that riveted attention and refused answers
August 17, 1926 Liverpool F.C. will begin the campaign with practically the same eleven that carried them into the top half of the League last
Saturday, October 28 – 1922 Sunderland people still have a warm place in their hearts for Cyril Gilhespy, the finely built outside right who refused
January 9, 1919 Professional footballers are being demobilised, and the latest “returns” are wee Robert Waine and William Banks, both ex-Liverpool men. Waine, by permission
December 2, 1918 Liverpool further strengthened their position in the League tournament by helping themselves to a couple of points at the expense of Oldham
September 3, 1917 Your ain fireside was very tempting on Saturday, no doubt. That was one reason why the crowds at the opening games of
March 21, 1917 Liverpool on Saturday face the side that was first in the field to beat the Anfielders this season – Rochdale. Naturally Liverpool
Friday, January 5 – 1917 It was a fair number of seasons back that Preston so poorly that really one did bother about their visits
Monday, December 11 – 1916 Don’t think me wise after the event. I hope I am not one of the I-told-you-so brigade. Still, I do
November 25, 1916 Key note: “The Anfielders have justly won pride of place by sheer merit and without any adventitious aid. This is proved by
November 11, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Haig Avenue. Southport Central – Liverpool 1-3 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. I. Baker; linesmen: Messrs. J. Sweeting
October 28, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, Gigg Lane. Bury – Liverpool 3-4 (1-1). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs. T.W. Wilson and F.G.
Saturday, October 14 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, Primary, at Bloomfield Road. Blackpool – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. R. Eccles; linesmen: Messrs.
Saturday, October 7 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. L.P. Hitchen; linesmen: Messrs.
April 6, 1916 Liverpool announce that Donald Mackinlay and Fred Pagnam are injured. Bandsman Norman Bradley, now fit, will come from Blackpool to take up
March 11, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, supplementary tournament, Southern Division, at Hyde Road. Manchester City – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. O. Rothwell;
January 17, 1916 Having basked in Fortune’s smile at Stockport a week ago, Liverpool saw something of the frown of the goddess at Rochdale on
December 2, 1915 People who are taking but a cursory interest in football these times have been very puzzled to know who and what Norman
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the popular secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which occurred at his
March 22, 1915 Poor display at Middlesbrough. It is a trite observation in certain contingencies that “the least said, the soonest mended.” Liverpool’s display against