April 20, 1946 Key note: “Liverpool could have won this game had they produced the shots of their two previous games, for, apart from their
January 24, 1946 An entirely new forward line from that which played for Scotland against Belgium yesterday was selected after the game for the international
December 31, 1945 Saturday’s big crowd at Goodison Park had thrills in plenty and again saw a fighting Liverpool battle back against the odds and
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.
May 23, 1945 The last of the Services big games takes place at Anfield tomorrow evening when the Royal Navy and the NFS contest the
May 19, 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, Regional 2, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Blackpool 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 16,807. Referee: Mr. A.C. Hall
May 18, 1945 Blackpool’s visit for Anfield’s senior finale tomorrow coincides with a remarkable revival on the part of the “glamour team” of the war.
May 17, 1945 Billy Liddell, Liverpool Scottish international forward, who has been out of the game some weeks with pulled muscles, has reported fit and
May 7, 1945 Football officials from all over the country, many with famous players of the past, now managers, to advise them, met at Manchester
May 3, 1945 Liverpool have completed their fixture list for the remainder of the season – and an attractive list it is embracing matches with
May 2, 1945 Match: Benefit for the Command Welfare Funds, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 18:30. Liverton – Western Command 4-3 (1-0). Attendance: 8,410; gate receipts:
May 1, 1945 Permission has been granted for the Football League Championship No. 2 to continue until May 26. All matches arranged between League clubs
April 27, 1945 The Western Command team against Everton-Liverpool at Goodison Park on Wednesday will be: Jack Fairbrother (Preston North End), Bert Sproston (Manchester City),
March 14, 1945 Fifteen star footballers from Britain – 13 English, one Scottish and one Irish – are included in the party of Services players
Saturday, February 3 – 1945 International: War time friendly, at Villa Park. England – Scotland 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 66,000; gate receipt: £17,000. Referee: Mr. T.
January 25, 1945 England’s team to meet Scotland on the Aston Villa ground on Saturday week has not yet been announced. The Scotland XI. Will
January 20, 1945 Match: International trial, at Highfield Road (Coventry), kick-off: 14:45. FA XI – RAF XI 4-6 (3-3). Attendance: 12,000; gate receipts: £2,000. Referee:
January 16, 1945 No change have so far been notified in the FA and RAF teams for the Soccer representative match at Coventry on Saturday.
January 5, 1945 With the choice of A.W. Brown, of Huddersfield, as centre-half for the Royal Air Force Soccer team to meet the FA XI
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
November 25, 1944 Match: International, Benefit for the RAF Benevolent War Fund, at Hillsborough. Royal Air Force – Scotland 1-7 (0-3). Attendance: 40,172; gate receipts:
August 23, 1944 Some clubs have benefited by the movements of players in the Services to different districts and some of the stars will be
August 15, 1944 Though the football season proper does not start until Saturday week, the opportunity is being taken by several clubs to stage charity
August 14, 1944 The first of the season’s representative football matches will be played at Blackpool on Saturday between the R.A.F. and Western Command. R.A.F.:
August 12, 1944 Jackie Paterson (Glasgow), world flyweight champion, and Ronnie Clayton (Blackpool) meet in the final eliminating contest for the British Empire bantam weight