Tag: Bradford City

Harold Payne Hardman (Harold Hardman) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Harold Hardman on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Harold Hardman: Born: April 4, 1882: Manchester (Lancashire), England. Passed away: June 9, 1965: Sale (Lancashire), England. Position: Outside left. Height: 168 cm. (5ft. 6 ½in.); Weight: 68 kilos (10st. 10lb.). Career: Worsley Wanderers: 1897. Chorlton-cum-Hardy: 1898. South Shore Choristers: […]

Donald Woan married

Friday, June 19 – 1953 Donald Woan, Bradford City outside right, formerly with Liverpool, was married today at Maghull, near Ormskirk, to Miss Lillian Margaret Rowlands, of Maghull. His brother Alan who plays for Bootle in the Lancashire Combination, was best man. Groomsmen were two other brothers, Frank, […]

George Turner Livingston (George Livingston) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about George Livingston on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About George Livingston: Born: May 5, 1876: Dumbarton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: January 15, 1950: Helensburgh (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Position: Inside right, or inside left. Height: 177 cm. (5ft. 9¾in.); Weight: 78 kilos (12st. 5lb.). Career: Artisan Thistle. Parkhead. Dumbarton: Signed: 1895. […]

David Taylor @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about David Taylor on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About David Taylor: Born: August 5, 1884: Bannockburn (Stirlingshire), Scotland. Passed away: August 6, 1949.: Bridge of Allan (Stirlingshire), Scotland. ** He lived in Perth towards the end of his life, but died while visiting his daughter at Bridge of Allan. […]

Reds at Bolton

Friday, February 16 – 1945 Liverpool go to Burnden Park to tackle old friends in Bolton Wanderers in determined mood, for Manager Mr. George Kay has emphasised that while the Reds are safe complacency can be fatal, and George wants to see the points sage in the “locker” […]

Early team news for Liverpool F.C.

Tuesday, February 13 – 1945 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, cannot yet name his team for the visit to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday but can state that a list of possibles in addition to George Hinsley, of Bradford City, who is being brought along by Berry Nieuwenhuys. […]

Highland welcoming for the Army XI

August 11, 1944 Yesterday the British Army, which meets a Combined Services eleven at Inverness today, spent the day golfing and bowling in Inverness. In the evening, the team and officials were given a civic reception and entertained at dinner by the Town Council. Provost Hugh Mackenzie welcomed […]

Four “guests” versus Liverpool

Thursday, October 14 – 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly has had a tough job getting together the Everton side for the return game with Liverpool at Anfield and four newcomers to Goodison appear in the “probables.” In addition to Jack Jones and Greenhalgh, Malcolm Butler, of Blackpool is included […]

John Ewart (Jock Ewart) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Jock Ewart on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jock Ewart: Born; February 14, 1891: Oakbank (Scotland). Passed away: June 22, 1943: Bradford (Yorkshire), England. Position: Goalkeeper. Height: 180 cm. (5ft. 11in.); Weight: 75 kilos (11st. 12lb.). Career: Douglas Park, 1906. Bellshill Rovers, 1907. Bellshill Athletic, 1907. Larkhall Thistle, […]

Everton v Liverpool 3-2 (Liverpool Cup: May 12, 1943)

May 12, 1943 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup Final, Second Leg, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 3-2 (2-0). Attendance: 13,000; gate receipts: £670. Referee: Mr. M. Cunningham (Liverpool). Everton (2-3-5): George Burnett, George Jackson, Norman Greenhalgh, Stan Bentham, Tommy Jones, John Humphreys, Tom McKillop (Glasgow Rangers), […]

Ray Lambert selected for Wales XI

May 6, 1943 Ray Lambert, Liverpool’s right back, Aubrey Powell, Leeds United, outside right, and George Murphy, Bradford City, inside right, are newcomers to the Wales XI selected against England for the charity international side which beat England at Wolverhampton last October, but lost the return at Wembley […]

Football plans 1942-43

June 10, 1942 Maximum entertainment with the minimum of travel. That is the aim of the Football League for season 1942-43, which begins on August 29, the scheme for which reached the clubs today. The Home Office has expressed the Government’s desire to interfere as little as possible […]

Anfield finale

June 8, 1942 Liverpool wound up the season with a grand reunion of pre-war players at Anfield, when the visitors won a bright and interesting game by 3-2, a score which hardly reflects their superiority. The Army side were excellent in attack, thanks chiefly to good work by […]

Outlook is good

June 8, 1942 Maybe it is rushing ahead in thinking of next season when the 1941-42 season only finally passed out on Saturday, but one must look to the future in all things. And after seeing the Liverpool Services lads beat the present Liverpool 3-2 at Anfield on […]

Football still lingers on

June 5, 1942 The game at Anfield ought to draw a good crowd, for it gives the Reds’ supporters a chance of seeing some pre-war Anfield first-teamers once more. Since their Army duties took these players beyond easy travelling distance we haven’t seen much of them, and the […]