August 1, 1927 The Scottish League champions confidently look forward. The playing staff numbers 25, only three being newcomers. All are half-backs – J. Simpson,
September 11, 1923 George Livingston, the Rangers’ trainer, refereed the match at Ibrox between Liverpool and Rangers in Arthur Dixon’s benefit. Other well-known football as
July 31, 1923 Liverpool are due at Ibrox on the evening of September 10, when Arthur Dixon takes his “benefit.” (Source: Evening Telegraph: July 31,
June 8, 1918 International, Benefit for the Sir Douglas Haig Base Hospitals, at Celtic Park. Scotland – England 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 45,000; gate receipts: £1,300.
December 29, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal Tournament, at Boundary Park. Oldham Athletic – Liverpool 3-3 (2-0). Attendance: 1,859. Referee: Mr. E.B. Bragg. Oldham Athletic
February 21, 1916 Liverpool started well enough against Oldham, but they lapsed into a slumbering fashion, and finally were deservedly beaten. Neither inside forward played
February 19, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Oldham Athletic 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 17,000. Referee: Mr. L.N. Fletcher;
February 18, 1916 Liverpool come back to Anfield with honours to-morrow because they trounced Southport Central at Southport last week after being two goals down.
November 20, 1915 Key note: “On Saturday, in James Dawson’s absence through injury, Arthur Metcalf turned his attention to outside left. During his three years
August 25, 1913 Some clubs can spend thousands of pounds on ground improvements without worrying about such things as bank overdrafts and personal loans from
September 3, 1910 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Park Avenue. Bradford F.C. – Huddersfield Town 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000. Referee: Mr. A. Hargreaves; linesmen:
September 1, 1910 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Sincil Bank. Lincoln City – Bradford Park Avenue 0-0 (0-0). Referee: Mr. J.H. Smith; linesmen: Messrs.
May 3, 1905 Burnley, who were very narrowly beaten at Turf Moor by Liverpool after having an equal share of the game, played the return
May 1, 1905 Liverpool v Burnley. Fully 10,000 persons assembled at Anfield to witness the last League match of the season, and Liverpool won by
May 1, 1905 Liverpool v Burnley. The football season was terminated at Anfield in vastly different style to what was witnessed a year ago, and
October 24, 1904 It was generally conceded that Burnley would have a hard nut to crack in Liverpool, and, especially in their crippled state, victory
October 22, 1904 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Turf Moor, kick-off: 15:15: Burnley – Liverpool 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 5,500. Referee: Mr. J.H. Pearson; linesmen: