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The finest Liverpool v Everton of all time
March 27, 1950 Pardon me while I search for more superlatives. Not to mark Liverpool’s first entry into the F.A. Cup Final since 1914; nor
The death of George Livingston
January 15, 1950 George Livingston, who partnered Billy Meredith in the Manchester City team in the winning FA Cup final in 1904, died yesterday. (Source:
Who were the “Liverpool Twins”?
April 21, 1923 The souvenir programme of the War Memorial Fund match on the Baseball Ground on Wednesday contained some interesting information about players, and
England v Wales 1-2 (International: March 15, 1920)
March 15, 1920 International: British Championship, at Highbury. England – Wales 1-2 (1-2). Attendance: 21,180. Referee: Mr. Alex Jackson. England (2-3-5): Sam Hardy (Aston Villa),
Wales v Scotland 1-1 (International: February 26, 1920)
February 26, 1920 International: British Championship, at Ninian Park (Cardiff). Wales – Scotland 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipts: £1,800. Referee: Mr. Jim Mason (England).
Liverpool v Manchester United 0-0 (League match: January 1, 1920)
January 1, 1920 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Manchester United 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. W.S. Brearley. Liverpool
Manchester United v Liverpool 0-0 (League match: December 26, 1919)
December 26, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Old Trafford, kick-off: 14:15. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 45,000. Referee: Mr. W.S. Brearley.
Billy Meredith to play against Liverpool
December 23, 1919 Billy Meredith, the famous winger and Welsh international, was on Tuesday re-signed by the Manchester United Club, who, through their manager, Mr.
Billy Matthews in front for Wales
September 29, 1919 The Welsh team for the Victory International match at Stoke against England has been selected as follows: – Teddy Peers (Wolverhampton); Bill
Liverpool v Manchester City 2-0 (League match: November 23, 1918)
November 23, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section Principal, at Anfield. Liverpool – Manchester City 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 30,000; gate receipt: £580. Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft (Bolton).
Manchester City/United XI v Leeds City 3-0 (Benefit match: April 27, 1918)
April 27, 1918 Match: Benefit for the Footballers War Fund, at Hyde Road. Manchester City/Manchester United XI – Leeds City 3-0 (1-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee:
Notable game and visitors at Anfield
Friday, November 9 – 1917 It is only a question of time, I take it, before Liverpool F.C. drop their pilot – the rotund little
Manchester City’s team against Liverpool
Wednesday, November 7 – 1917 For the third week in succession Manchester City have a stiff engagement on Saturday next, when they meet Liverpool with
Manchester City at Anfield
Wednesday, November 7 – 1917 City’s visit to Anfield is a matter of great important locally. City last week beat Stoke – a great performance,
Kenneth Campbell in Charity Match
Thursday, November 1 – 1917 At the request of Mr. Alfred Martin, an official of the National Union of Journalists, Andrew Wilson, of Sheffield Wednesday,
The death of Archie Freebairn
September 1, 1917 The death has taken place of Archibald Freebairn, a former well-known player of Partick Thistle and Bolton Wanderers. He joined the latter
Manchester City’s team vs. Liverpool
March 7, 1917 For the interesting match against the leaders at Liverpool on Saturday the Manchester City officials have selected the following layers: – Jim
Manchester City v Liverpool 1-1 (League match: November 25, 1916)
November 25, 1916 Key note: “The Anfielders have justly won pride of place by sheer merit and without any adventitious aid. This is proved by
Good memories from Hyde-road
November 24, 1916 Liverpool know full well what they have to expect. They face such stalwarts as Barnes, Meredith, Brennan, Goodchild, &c. But they remember
A rattling good game
March 13, 1916 Fifteen thousand spectators witnessed a rattling good game at Hyde Road, where the champions of the Lancashire Section were in opposition to
Manchester City v Liverpool 1-1 (League match: March 11, 1916)
March 11, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, supplementary tournament, Southern Division, at Hyde Road. Manchester City – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. O. Rothwell;
Billy Meredith to make comeback
March 10, 1916 As was first announced in this column, William Meredith has elected Liverpool’s visit to Hyde Road as the match wherein he shall
Finally the truth is out
December 23, 1915 Truth will out. Last Easter Manchester United Football Club beat Liverpool F.C. 2-0. The result was in accord with anticipation. So much
Liverpool rose to the occasion
November 15, 1915 The question was whether Liverpool could rise to the occasion and beat so good a side as Southport. They managed it after
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