August 18, 1994 Cecil Hill, one of the longest serving directors of Liverpool Football Club, has died, aged 84. His daughter, Mrs. Jo Gray, said
December 30, 1979 They wear red, but they trade in the gold and silver of success … Liverpool F.C., feared, formidable giants of British football.
May 20, 1977 The team behind the team Round the board-room table about to go into session – left to right, Sidney Cecil Reakes, Jack
July 25, 1975 Bob Paisley: Why we lost out Liverpool manager Bob Paisley last night paid a remarkable tribute to the influence 21-year-old defender Phil
July 24, 1970 Liverpool are ready to spend “considerable” cash on new players if need be – but their aim is to build up the
May 26, 1967 A party of 18 officials and players fly from Manchester Airport on Sunday afternoon on the club holiday to Majorca, which was
June 25, 1964 Chairman resigns – and an Era ends An era ended for Liverpool Football Club last night. When Mr. Thomas Valentine Williams (T.V.
June 30, 1961 Tension spoiled Liverpool’s promotion bid, says manager Club refuses A’Court’s transfer application The application for a transfer by Alan A’Court, Liverpool’s international
February 13, 1960 Liverpool vice-chairman collapses Death at Plymouth Mr. Herbert Robson Roberts, the Liverpool vice-chairman, collapsed in the directors’ box about ten minutes after
June 27, 1958 Liverpool chairman optimistic about future Shareholders’ few queries at harmonious meeting Promotion prospects Despite the fact that last season Liverpool failed to
June 28, 1955 Two new Liverpool F.C. directors Ex-Chairman defeated Future hopes Liverpool F.C. Shareholders at their annual meeting last night, elected two new directors