Good Friday, April 15 – 1949 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Huddersfield Town 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 47,319. Referee: Mr.
January 3, 1942 Match: Football League, War Cup, First Round, at Gigg Lane. Bury – Liverpool 2-3 (2-3). Attendance: 1,338. Referee: Mr. J. Lawless (Bury).
January 2, 1942 Liverpool have played nearly a dozen games with Bury since the war and not once have they been defeated. No matter where
December 31, 1941 Willie Fagan and Len Carney, two of Liverpool’s pre-war stars, return to the team to visit Gigg Lane on Saturday to oppose
December 29, 1941 A 4-0 win against Bury put Liverpool away to a flying start in their War Cup quest. If they can get players
December 29, 1941 Bury have always been welcome opponents so far as Liverpool have been concerned because since the war they have lost almost every
December 29, 1941 Although Bury were beaten 4-0 at Anfield on Saturday, they put up a brave fight, and all the 6,693 spectators agreed that
December 27, 1941 Match: Football League, War Cup, Qualifying, at Anfield. Liverpool – Bury 4-0 (2-0). Attendance: 6,693. Referee: W. Prescott (Southport). Liverpool (2-3-5): Alf
December 23, 1941 Mr. George Kay, Liverpool F.C.’s manager, is having some difficulty getting his side together for the visit to Stoke on Christmas Day.
December 12, 1941 Those who think that results mean nothing to football these days would alter their opinion of they knew the behind-the-scenes keenness with
December 11, 1941 Liverpool, home to Tranmere, again include McIntosh, the former Preston and Blackpool left winger. This will be his first appearance at Anfield
December 5, 1941 Liverpool are at Prenton Park, and, on paper at least ought to bag both points, but no team can look on a
December 3, 1941 There are 15 names on Manager Mr. George Kay’s Liverpool team sheet at the moment. He is building up his side to
November 17, 1941 Chester lose 4-2. Liverpool scored another double when they beat Chester 4-2 at Anfield. There was no doubt about their being the
November 15, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Chester 4-2 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. R.A. Mortimer (Huddersfield). Liverpool
November 3, 1941 Though football finance isn’t of any great consequence these days –except to clubs and directors guaranteeing overdrafts – it is worth noting
November 3, 1941 Everton came out of the Derby game a goal better than their neighbours, Liverpool, for in the return match at Goodison Park,
November 3, 1941 Merseyside had a thrill-packed weekend in the sporting field. Beginning with a pulsating Merseyside “Derby” match at Goodison Park, when Everton beat
November 1, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Goodison Park. Everton – Liverpool 5-3 (2-2). Attendance: 14,549; gate receipt: £810. Referee: Mr. J.N. Brown