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June 19, 1927 Mr. Richard Ray, of Doncaster Rovers, has been appointed secretary-manager to Leeds United in succession to Mr. Arthur Fairclough, who recently retired.
September 10, 1918 Liverpool, as is their wont, had a sleepy period, and it seems to me that I shall have to lend the club
September 7, 1917 Liverpool can plume themselves and say: “What has been done can be done.” That won’t do it, but the factor of success
September 3, 1917 Your ain fireside was very tempting on Saturday, no doubt. That was one reason why the crowds at the opening games of
September 3, 1918 Last season’s champions of the Lancashire section opened the present campaign with a very creditable victory over Burslem Port Vale on Saturday.
Thursday, January 18 – 1917 Connell, he is playing for Richmond, was the “unknown player” in the Liverpool v. Burslem match, on Christmas Day. He
Saturday, December 23 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick off: 14:30. Liverpool – Burslem Port Vale 5-1 (3-0). Attendance: 2,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Billy
Wednesday, September 20 – 1916 It is worthy of note that last week in the Anfield attendance of 15,295 spectators there were nearly 3,000 soldiers
September 11, 1916 Liverpool paid their first League visit to the Burslem Port Vale Club on Saturday, when they shared the points in an interesting
September 9, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Recreation Ground, Hanley. Burslem Port Vale – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. R. McLachlan; linesmen: Messrs.
Friday, September 8 – 1916 It is an age since Liverpool went to Port Vale in their Second Division wanderings, and Port Vale will give
August 30, 1916 Supporters of the Rochdale Association Club look forward with considerable interest to the advent of the football season. So many clever players
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Saturday, June 20 – 1914 There is every prospect of Chester having quite a tip-top team next season, for Mr. Jack Jones, the secretary, and
January 24, 1914 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Burslem Port Vale 1-5 (1-2). Attendance: ‘Fair’. Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Frank Grayer, Robert
March 15, 1913 Match: Central League, at Old Recreation Ground. Burslem Port Vale – Liverpool Reserves 2-0. Burslem Port Vale (2-3-5): Liverpool (2-3-5): The goals:
March 7, 1913 Manchester United have signed on a centre forward named William Hunter, from Barnsley, and he will appear for the reserves against Burslem
September 10, 1910 Joe Brough is making his League debut with Liverpool at Blackburn to-day. Brough came to Anfield from Burslem. He is a clever
Friday, September 9 – 1910 The form of the Liverpool team on Saturday last was far from satisfactory, and it was felt that changes were
August 8, 1908 Liverpool’s changes Contrary to rule, Liverpool wound up the last League season that ever was in an average position – eight instead
December 31, 1906 The monthly Management Committee meeting of the Football League was held Monday at the Midland Hotel, Manchester. There were present: Messrs. John