Wednesday, January 18 – 1933 The Vienna Sport Klub Rapid Association football team left Vienna at 7:30 this morning en route for London and Glasgow.
May 13, 1958 Liverpool’s Frank Twist is among 15 players named for the youth international tour of Switzerland and Austria. The team will play Switzerland
May 28, 1952 Judging from a chat with Mr. Don Welsh, Liverpool’s manager, on his return from the Anfielders recent Continental tour, there is still
May 30, 1941 A member of the Burnley Football Club’s FA Cup-winning team in 1914, Dick Lindley died at his home in Slaidburn yesterday. A
January 25, 1939 Camilla Castegnola, the woman friend of Matthias Sindelar, the Austrian footballer, who was found dead on Monday, died yesterday from gas poisoning.
Tuesday, April 28 – 1936 Liverpool F.C. have received, and will probably accept, an invitation to tour Austria next month. The trip would last about
April 9, 1933 Mr. J.R. Sargantson, a director of the Southampton F.C., presided at the “Football Sunday” meeting held by the Cowes and East Cowes
Sunday, January 11 – 1914 International, friendly, at Arena Civica (Milano). Italy – Austria 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft. Italy (2-3-5): Mario
September 16, 1905 Threatened rivalry to the Football Association The following circular is issued to clubs by the “National Football Agency”: – “Important to players.
August 13, 1904 In Russia, says Mrs. George Cornwallis West in the “Cosmopolitan,” a lady who would indulge in 30 or 40 cigarettes a day
Saturday, June 16 – 1900 Football has long been the most popular of our English winter pastimes, but it would appear from the opinion of