Tag: Berry Nieuwenhuys

Sam Bartram back between the posts

Wednesday, January 8 – 1941 Providing the Services’ players can get leave, Liverpool hope to field pretty much the same side as last Saturday in the return Lancashire Senior cup-tie with Everton, at Goodison Park, this week-end. One change will be the inclusion of Bartram, now back from […]

Berry Nieuwenhuys @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Berry Nieuwenhuys on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Berry Niuwenhuys: Born: November 5, 1911: Boksburg, in South Africa. Passed away: June 21, 2004: Grahamstown, in South Africa. Position: Outside right. Height: Weight: Career: Liverpool. * 1933-34: 34-9 (FL 1); * 1934-35: 29-10 (FL 1); * 1935-36: 39-10 (FL […]

Liverpool get Hugh Gerhardi’s signature

Friday, August 1 – 1952 Manager Don Welsh, of Liverpool, to-day signed on, at Southampton, 19-years-old Hugh Gerhardi, a wing-half from Thistle F.C. of Durban, South Africa. Gerhardi was recommended to Liverpool by Mr. Billy Butler, the former Bolton Wanderers’ player who is a personal friend of Manager […]

Berry Nieuwenhuys the golfer

Monday, April 25 – 1949 Bobby Locke (South Africa) finished two strokes behind Henry Ransom, who, with a 72 holes aggregate of 276, won the Wilmington £2,500 open golf tournament at Wilmington, North Carolina today. Locke shared second place with three other competitors. Berry Nieuwenhuys, the former Liverpool […]

Cyril Done reappears for Liverpool

Friday, January 10 – 1947 Cyril Done, the Liverpool Reserves centre-forward, will reappear in the first team as inside left in place of Willie Fagan for the cup-tie at Walsall to-morrow. Harry Eastham for Berry Nieuwenhuys, at outside right, is the only other change from the team beaten […]

Sheffield United v Liverpool 0-1 (League match)

Saturday, August 31 – 1946 Match: Football League, First Division, at Bramall Lane, kick off: 15:00. Sheffield United – Liverpool 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 28,296. Referee: Mr. H.T. Wright (Macclesfield); linesmen: A Blackburn (Flockton; Red-White Flag), T H Briddon (Timperley; Blue-White Flag). Sheffield United (2-3-5): Jack Smith; Fred Furniss, […]

Everton v Liverpool: A deserved draw

December 31, 1945 Liverpool’s great rally. Once again Liverpool demonstrated their magnificent fighting quality when they snatched victory from Everton by a ten minute drive at the end of the game, which produced two goals to offset the pair Everton had taken earlier on. It certainly appeared that […]

Chesterfield v Liverpool 1-1 (War time, League match)

Saturday, December 15 – 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Saltergate, kick-off: 14:15. Chesterfield – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 11,992. Chesterfield (2-3-5): Ray Middleton; George Milburn, Billy Kidd; Allen Pringle, Billy Whitaker, Leo Hobson; Des Collins, Jack Wilson, Robert Sinclair, Bill Hart, Harry Roberts. Liverpool (2-3-5): Billy […]

Bob Priday for the Reserves

Thursday, December 5 – 1945 Liverpool make three changes for their visit to Huddersfield Town, for Nieuwenhuys has recovered from his thigh injury and returns to outside right, enabling Taylor to go to inside right in place of Kevin Baron. Harley, the Scottish international, after some excellent games […]

Years bridged

Friday, August 31 – 1945 Liverpool will be bridging six years at Anfield tomorrow, for their team against Burnley looks pretty much the same as it did in those brief moments of league football we had in 1939. Only four of the 15 players from whom the directors, […]

Team news for Liverpool F.C.

Thursday, August 30 – 1945 Liverpool will select from 15 players for their match with Burnley at Anfield, Nieuwenhuys, Liddell, Fagan, Westby and Gulliver being included as compared with yesterday’s side against Bolton. Don Welsh is not available and plays for Charlton. Liverpool (from): Dirk Kemp, Bernard Ramsden, […]

Bolton brilliance

Tuesday, August 28 – 1945 It is curious that Bolton Wanderers, 1944-45 North Cup winners, should be here to open both Goodison Park and Anfield, but we could not have wished for a better club or side. Believe me the Wanderers are a brilliant team when they settle […]

Liverpool just too good

Monday, August 27 – 1945 And believe me, the Liverpool party under Mr. S. Ronnie Williams, vice-chairman, which went to Turf Moor came home in high spirits, having seen Liverpool outpoint Burnley at all points of the game for a 3-1 win. The Liverpool team had an almost […]

Burnley v Liverpool 1-3 (War time, League match)

Saturday, August 25 – 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Turf Moor, kick-off: 15:00. Burnley – Liverpool 1-3 (0-3). Attendance: 7,481; gate receipts: £545. Referee: Mr. H. Hartley. Burnley (2-3-5): Jimmy Strong; John Roach (Manchester United), Donald Innard (Falkirk); G. Wilson, Arthur Woodruff, Campbell; Tommy Gardner, Doug […]

Liverpool’s visit to Burnley

August 25, 1945 Burnley open their league programme today with Liverpool the visitors at Turf Moor. It should prove an attractive start to the season. The home team have brought in Roach, of Manchester United to partner Innard, the Falkirk player, at right back, and Sneddon, of St. […]

Liverpool’s practice game

Wednesday, August 15 – 1945 Liverpool F.C. stage their first and only public practice game on Saturday at Anfield (3 pm=, when they mix up the seniors and reserve players, the first team forwards, being opposed to the major proportion of the senior defence. Teams from: – Reds. […]

BLA 21st Army XI v Liverpool 3-3 (Friendly)

Sunday, July 29 – 1945 Match: Friendly, at Hannover. BLA 21st Army XI – Liverpool 3-3 (1-2). Attendance: 35,000. BIA 21st Army XI (2-3-5): Ted Sagar (Everton), Dennis Westcott (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Jimmy Hagan (Sheffield United), McCabe (Middlebrough), Rockaby (Middlesbrough), Eggleston (Sheffield Wednesday), Blenkinsop (Leeds United) +4. Liverpool (2-3-5): […]

Royal Air Force XI v Liverpool 0-7 (Friendly)

Saturday, July 28 – 1945 Match: Friendly, at Celle. Royal Air Force XI – Liverpool 0-7 (0-2). Attendance: 8,000. Royal Air Force XI (2-3-5): George Pope, Richard Dorsett +9. Liverpool (2-3-5): Dirk Kemp, Jim Harley, Jeff Gulliver (Reading), Phil Taylor, Tom Bush, James McInnes, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Jack Balmer, […]

Liverpool are invited to Germany

Tuesday, July 17 – 1945 Liverpool F.C. have received official permission to take a team composed largely of their own Service players, and two of their regular “guest” players, to play the B.L.A. 21st Army Group in two soccer matches in Germany. The matches will take place on […]