Here you will find the signatures of old Liverpool players, directors and managers that I have found on ancestry.co.uk. They are from the 1911 Census
All articles about Bertram Goode on PlayUpLiverpoolcom; About Bertram Goode: Born: August 11, 1886: Chester (Cheshire), in England. Passed away: April 30, 1955: Wrexham. Position:
June 8, 1942 Bus and lorry crash Two dead, 13 hurt at Gresford A collision between a motor-bus and a motor-lorry at Gresford this morning
April 27, 1917 Abrams to help at Anfield gala. When I first mooted the idea of a headline name, “Liverton” was objected to by some
May 1, 1915 Match: Welsh FA Cup, Final (replay), at Ninian Park (Cardiff). Wrexham – Swansea Town 1-0. Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. A.H. Oakley. Wrexham
April 10, 1915 Match: Welsh FA Cup, Final (replay), at Racecourse Ground (Wrexham). Wrexham – Swansea Town 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. A.H. Oakley.
May 2, 1912 Hull City yesterday signed on Ernest Goode, inside right, from Aston Villa. During the season just closed Goode scored 46 goals for
September 1, 1910 EVERTON – Bert Freeman 22, Wattie White 6, Tim Coleman 5, Jack Sharp 4, Harry Makepeace 4, Alex Young 2, Harry Mountford
August 29, 1910 The Anfielders, despite their early departure from the Cup-ties last January, enjoyed one of the most successful season in the history of
August 28, 1910 Liverpool had a most excellent season and they are hopeful of still further adding to the reputation of the club this year.
August 6, 1910 When writing of Liverpool’s 1909-10 prospects, 12 months ago, I said “Liverpool’s present policy, position, and – shall I add? – prospects
June 23, 1910 Bertram Goode, for the past two seasons with Liverpool F.C., has been transferred to Wrexham, and will play in their Birmingham League
May 14, 1910 With regard to the Liverpool signatories, the Reds have good cause for congratulation, seeing that the entire pick of last season’s basket
April 18, 1910 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, Final, replay, at Anfield. Liverpool – Everton 1-1 (1-1) aet (declared shared winners of the trophy). Attendance: 7,000.
March 5, 1910 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Goodison Park. Everton Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 10,000; gate receipts: £354. Everton Reserves (2-3-5):
January 22, 1910 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Blackburn Rovers Reserves 4-0 (2-0). Referee: Mr. A. Makin. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Gus Beeby,
January 15, 1910 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Goodison Park. Everton Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 3-2 (1-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. H. Dale. Everton Reserves (2-3-5):
January 8, 1910 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Accrington. Accrington Stanley – Liverpool Reserves 4-1 (1-1). Referee: Mr. E. Eccles. Accrington Stanley (2-3-5): Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5):
January 1, 1910 Match: Lancashire Combination, at St. Helens. St. Helens Town – Liverpool Reserves 4-1 (1-0). Referee: Mr. R.B. Chase. St. Helens Town (2-3-5):
January 1, 1910 * Jim Harrop was sent off the field on Saturday – by Billy Hughes. The last named did not enhance his reputation
January 1, 1910 Liverpool’s lively experiences. Whilst we may not have put in such a right royal Christmas as Bradford City, The Wednesday, or the
December 29, 1909 Sheffield United v Liverpool. At Bramall Lane, yesterday, in wet weather, and before 12,000 spectators. Liverpool were easily defeated, though had their
December 28, 1909 Match: Football League, First Division, at Bramall Lane, kick-off: 14:15. Sheffield United – Liverpool 4-2 (3-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. A. Green.
December 27, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool Reserves – St. Helens Recreation 6-1 (3-0). Referee: Mr. E.J. Whittaker; linesmen: Messrs.: W.
December 25, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000. Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Matt Kingsley, William