February 10, 1936 The death has taken place in Liverpool of Arthur Metcalf, the former Liverpool footballer, who played in their Cup final in 1914.
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February 16, 1924 Arthur Metcalf, who is scoring so freely with Aberdare, first came to the front with Stockport County, where he and Norman Rodgers
June 25, 1921 Kenny’s troubles as linesman. Club colours cause a disturbance. Amusing experiences with Liverpool on the continent. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, Partick
June 11, 1921 Remarkable speech by Tom Watson Leads to victory against the Villa. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle
June 16, 1920 Arthur Metcalf, the ex-Liverpool forward, who last season scored 17 goals for Stockport County, has signed for Swindon Town. (Source: Evening Telegraph:
August 25, 1919 During the last four years the directors of the Liverpool Club have been specialising in the local product, and as a direct
June 25, 1919 Arthur Metcalf, one of Liverpool’s forwards for several seasons, has been transferred to Stockport County. He is a native of Sunderland. (Source:
Saturday, May 24 – 1919 It is rumoured that that the Liverpool F.C. directors – who as a body stand out in much finer relief
Saturday, March 22 – 1919 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal Tournement, at Edgeley Park, kick-off: 15:20. Stockport County – Liverpool 2-1 (2-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr.
Tuesday, December 31 – 1918 To-morrow, the New Year, and with it quite a collection of good football fare. Another local “Derby” is booked –
Saturday, December 28 – 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool Burnley 7-0 (4-0). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. F.J. Proctor (Trentham). Liverpool
December 27, 1918 Liverpool and Burnley, at Anfield, will draw the good followers of the Anfield side. Burnley are ever a team to be reckoned
Tuesday, December 24 – 1918 Christmas to a footballer is a time of joyful participation in football. Pleasure becomes work when one is given too
December 21, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Anfield. Liverpool – Blackburn Rovers 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): William Scott; Sam Speakman, Billy Jenkinson;
Friday, December 20 – 1918 Liverpool, who are at home to Blackburn Rovers to-morrow, are not far behind their Everton neighbours, and they honestly believe
Saturday, December 14 – 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal, at Ewood Park. Blackburn Rovers – Liverpool 1-2 (1-2). Attendance: 7,000. Blackburn Rovers (2-3-5): Gaskell; Fred
Friday, December 13 – 1918 Liverpool, as I announced yesterday, have the prodigal son in their ranks. They have not, it is said, fallen on
Saturday, December 7 – 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Oldham Athletic 5-1 (1-0). Attendance: 18,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): William Scott;
December 6, 1918 Liverpool, at home, have Oldham Athletic, and I hope the latter will play Dave Wilson in the half-backs – his best berth,
Thursday, December 5 – 1918 Many times and oft have people inquired about Ephraim Longworth, Liverpool’s captain. He has been unable to follow is employment
Saturday, November 30 – 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Boundary Park. Oldham Athletic – Liverpool 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. P. Laigh. Oldham
Friday, November 29 – 1918 Liverpool, at Oldham, will find that the Athletic have looked up old and new stocks in the hope that the
November 23, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Anfield. Liverpool – Manchester City 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 30,000; gate receipt: £580. Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft (Bolton).
Thursday, November 14 – 1918 There is a spirit of genuine happiness abroad, and this is found in a No 9 size in sports circles.