December 31, 1941 Willie Fagan and Len Carney, two of Liverpool’s pre-war stars, return to the team to visit Gigg Lane on Saturday to oppose
Liverpool’s directors are looking ahead
December 29, 1941 The Liverpool directors are going to make sure that there is no truth in the old cry that the Reds never do
Willie Fagan in Liverpool side v. City
September 17, 1941 Willie Fagan, Liverpool’s Scottish inside-forward, will make his first appearance of the season next Saturday, when he plays against Manchester City in
William Donald McCallum (Willie McCallum) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about Willie McCallum on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Willie McCallum: Born: October 24, 1870: Kilbirnie, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Full back. Height: Weight: Career: Elm
The death of Jimmy Hay
April 4, 1940 Jimmy Hay, the former Celtic, Newcastle United and Ayr United wing half-back died in Ayr today. He had been ill for some
Southport’s new colours
January 11, 1940 At the start of the season Southport F.C. bought a new set of alternative colours in Glasgow Celtic style – green hoops
The death of John Docherty
May 24, 1939 John Docherty, once noted goalkeeper, died at Stevenston’s Buildings, Alexandria, last night. He played for Celtic, Vale of Leven, Renton, and Dumbarton,
Portsmouth v Liverpool preview 1938 (get to know the Liverpool team)
November 4, 1938 Anderson, who has registered three hat tricks in amassing a total of 15 goals for the Reserve team this season, will lead
Wellesley juniors may lose ground
Saturday, February 18 – 1938 If a proposal by Buckhaven and Methil Town Council to acquire the ground of Wellesley F.C., Denbeath, is successful this
Willie Fagan transferred to Liverpool
October 22, 1937 Liverpool to-day secured the transfer from Preston North End of William Fagan, an inside forward, at a fee believed to be nearly
Larne Football Club: Season 1936-37
Registered players for Larne Football Club, season 1936-37: James Barr, Position: Full-back; (Whiteabbey, Larne Olympic); Victor Beattie, Position: Goalkeeper; Height: 5ft. 8in., weight: 11st. 0lb.;
David Pratt resigns as manager of Hearts
February 5, 1937 David Pratt, manager of Heart of Midlothian, who was for a time with Notts County, has resigned. He has been in charge
Willie Fagan transferred to Preston North End
Wednesday, October 14 – 1936 Preston North End yesterday signed Willie Fagan, a 19-year-old forward from Glasgow Celtic, who will play for his new club
The funeral of Tom Maley
August 26, 1935 Football paid its tribute to the late Tom Maley yesterday. Chief mourners at the funeral were Mr. Willie Maley (the Celtic manager)
Will David Pratt be the new Hearts’ manager?
June 25, 1935 There was a surprise development last night to the announcement by Hearts that they had appointed Mr David Pratt, manager of Notts
Tom Morrison dreams of the Canary Islands
December 17, 1934 Tom Morrison, once of St. Mirren, would like a coaching job abroad. If he gets his wish he will put in his
Willie Fagan transferred to Celtic
June 12, 1934 Willie Fagan, the inside right of Wellesley has been fixed up with Celtic. Liverpool and Leith Athletic were keen to secure him.
John Curran @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about John Curran on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About John Curran: Born: March 1, 1864: Bellshill, in Scotland. Passed away: January 10, 1953. Position: Right back
James Kelly @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about James Kelly on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About James Kelly: Born: October 15, 1865: Renton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: February 20, 1932: Blantyre (Lanarkshire), Scotland.
The death of Charles McCallum
August 16, 1930 The death of Charles McCallum, one of the best-known footballers the Vale of Leven has produced, has taken place suddenly in Glasgow.
John Blackwood @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about John Blackwood on PlayUpLiverpool.com ; About John Blackwood: Born: 1877: Maine, USA. Passed away: Career: Petershill. Celtic: Signed: 1899. * Partick Thistle.
Scottish League v English League 2-1 (Inter League: November 2, 1929)
November 2, 1929 International: Inter League, at Ibrox (Glasgow). Scottish League – Football League 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 40,000. Referee: Mr. W. Bell (Motherwell); linesmen: Messrs.
Elisha Scott by Elisha Scott
October 23, 1929 In 1919 football recommenced after being stopped by the war. But in my opinion there was a far more important happening in
David Pratt new player-manager for Yeovil and Petters United
June 28, 1929 Yeovil and Petters United have signed David Pratt, who for the past two season has been regular playing member of the Bury
James Wilkie Davidson (Jimmy Davidson) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about Jimmy Davidson on PlayUpLiverpool. About Jimmy Davidson: Born: October 25 – 1873, Edinburgh, Scotland. Passed away: January 26 – 1929. Position: Inside
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