January 26, 1957 Match: Friendly, at Burden Park, kick-off: 14:45. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 5-3 (3-0). Attendance: 9,002. Referee: Mr. J. Dagnall; linesmen: Messrs.: J.E.
September 7, 1956 When Johnny Wheeler, Bolton Wanderers’ England wing half-back, signed for Liverpool yesterday, he completed a reversal of normal procedure. He had got
December 13, 1955 Those football followers whose half-holiday occurs to-morrow could do worse than go along to Anfield, where Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers meet in
November 30, 1955 Dick White, formerly of Scunthorpe, has recovered from the injury received at Newcastle last week. Although he had to go off and
November 5, 1955 “Frisby Dyke” (once a familiar Liverpool stores-name) is the chosen ‘nom de plume’ of a famous sea captain. All sailors love a
August 11, 1955 The death has taken place at Birmingham of Bert Freeman the former Everton and England international centre forward and the man who
All articles about Jimmy Settle on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Settle: Born: September 5, 1875: Millom (Cumberland), England. Passed away: June 1, 1954: Horwich, England. Funeral
Monday, April 19 – 1954 A sad postscript to Liverpool’s departure from the First Division after forty-nine years was the announcement yesterday of the death
All articles about George Kay on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About George Kay: “He brings more to his job than a sound practical knowledge of the game gathered
December 28, 1953 Behind the £20,000 signing by Liverpool on Christmas Day of two Charlton players, full-back Frank Lock (£7,500) and inside-left John Evans (£12,500),
November 3, 1953 The Western Command Territorial Army soccer committee are to be thanked for a new departure, for history will be made when they
August 1, 1952 Manager Don Welsh, of Liverpool, to-day signed on, at Southampton, 19-years-old Hugh Gerhardi, a wing-half from Thistle F.C. of Durban, South Africa.
Thursday, July 3 – 1952 Liverpool, pioneers in bringing South African footballers to this country, will have another Springbok on their staff next season. He
November 5, 1951 Mr. Don Welsh, the Liverpool manager, who completed the transfer of Brian Jackson, eighteen-year-old, outside right, from Leyton Orient yesterday, will apply
January 31, 1951 Liverpool, like Newcastle United and Bolton Wanderers, are now without a manager. Yesterday, Mr. George Kay, the Liverpool chief, resigned the managership
August 8, 1948 To many of his workmates in a Clyde shipyard 84-year-old Jimmy Brogan is just “the old bloke in the gatehouse.” Entirely unexpected
September 14, 1946 Match: Football League, First Division, at Burnden Park, kick-off: 15:00. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 1-3 (0-1). Attendance: 35,061. Referee: Mr. E.D. Smith.
September 13, 1946 Albert Stubbins, start centre forward signed by Liverpool F.C. from Newcastle United for £13,000, arrived at Liverpool last night – and was
April 29, 1946 Key note: “Liverpool concluded their League fixture when they visited Bolton last night, and suffered their first defeat since March 23. It
April 15, 1946 Liverpool F.C. have completed travel arrangements for their trip to America. They leave by the Queen Mary from Southampton on May 4.
March 11, 1946 Key note: “There was quite a big crowd at Anfield for the second round of the Lancashire Senior Cup between Liverpool and
January 26, 1946 Match: FA Cup, Fourth Round, First Leg, at Burden Park, kick-off: 14:45. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 39,692. Referee: Mr.
August 30, 1945 Liverpool’s tale of misfortune dated from mid-afternoon when several chosen players found they could not get away and Mr. George Kay had
August 29, 1945 Key note: “Two of the finest goals seen at Anfield ground for many a long day were scored last night in the
August 28, 1945 It is curious that Bolton Wanderers, 1944-45 North Cup winners, should be here to open both Goodison Park and Anfield, but we