December 5, 1944 If you feel like a memory test and ten minutes mental fun and games, cover up what appears below and try to
January 15, 1943 Everton face their most important Merseyside “Derby” game of the war period tomorrow when they go to Anfield to oppose Liverpool in
January 11, 1943 Young discoveries were the stars of the third of the season’s Merseyside “Derby” games, when Liverpool once again emphasised their claim to
Saturday, January 9 – 1943 Match: League War Cup Qualifying, Northern Section, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 18,206. Referee:
January 8, 1943 Merseyside’s third big “Derby” game of the season between Everton and Liverpool will be staged at Goodison Park tomorrow. It will be
September 19, 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:15. Everton – Liverpool 4-4 (3-1). Attendance: 17,000. Referee: Mr. H. Holt (Rochdale).
September 18, 1942 Everton will be favourites tomorrow, and that is an occasion when I think the favourites will turn up. There was no disputing
September 18, 1942 Tomorrow’s return game, between Everton and Liverpool, at Goodison Park, has all that it takes to make a first-class exhibition. Let us
September 12, 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 17,131; gate receipts: £1,049. Referee: Mr. R.A.
September 11, 1942 The first game this season between Liverpool and Everton come earlier than usual, which is perhaps advantageous from some angles, and I
September 11, 1942 The first of the big Merseyside “Derby” matches constitutes the feature of tomorrow’s sports parade when we see practically the wind-up of
Thursday, September 10 – 1942 Everton make history on Saturday. They will have two Chinese footballers playing for them in their “Derby games with Liverpool.
September 8, 1942 Liverpool and Everton are faced with several problems regarding their teams to play in the first of the season’s big Merseyside “Derby”
June 1, 1942 The meeting of Liverpool and Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final at Anfield provided a thrilling finish to the season’s programme
May 30, 1942 Key note: “The meeting of Liverpool and Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final at Anfield provided a thrilling finish to the
May 29, 1942 While we had dreamed of Liverpool and Everton meeting in the Lancashire Senior Cup final and found that bubble exploded in two
May 28, 1942 Liverpool have two blanks yet to fill before their side against Everton, at Anfield, in the Liverpool Senior Cup final is complete.
Thursday, May 28 – 1942 The Western Command are taking no chances against Mr. Ted Robbin’s eleven, and have chosen a strong side, including several
Wednesday, May 27 – 1942 What’s lost on the swings comes back on the roundabouts, and from Merseyside’s point of view the Liverpool-Everton “Derby” which
May 1, 1942 Liverpool’s senior interest, in the absence of a first team game to-morrow, is centred in the appearance of four of their players
December 24, 1941 Chief interest locally centres on whether Everton or Liverpool will finish highest in the table. At the moment the Reds are two
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 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
June 17, 1941 The first representative English football match of the season will be played at Sheffield next Saturday. Teams styled All British XI, and