Tuesday, December 28 – 1999 Everton chairman Sir Philip Carter has warned fans there will be no magic wand to wave away the club’s financial
Thursday, February 2 – 1995 Sir John Smith, former chairman of Liverpool and the Sports Council, has died aged 74 after a battle against cancer.
Tuesday, July 20 – 1993 Nigel Clough was yesterday valued at £2,275 million for the “perfect move” to Liverpool he hopes will secure his England
August 29, 1991 David Moores, nephew of former “Mr Everton” Sir John Moores, last night became new chairman of arch-rivals Liverpool in a shock Anfield
Friday, February 22 – 1991 Kenny Dalglish fought back tears yesterday as he left his Merseyside kingdom. Ten days before his 40th birthday the player
Saturday, December 15 – 1990 Liverpool are ready to make John Barnes Britain’s highest-paid player by offering him a staggering £8,000-a-week to stay at Anfield.
Wednesday, August 1 – 1990 Furious Leeds hit out at the FA last night after being banned from a tour to Italy. Leeds had arranged
Friday, May 11 – 1990 Liverpool have earmarked Southampton’s Matthew Le Tissier as the man they want to replace “Footballer of the Year” John Barnes.
Wednesday, May 9 – 1990 Liverpool’s new chairman Noel White began his Anfield reign last night vowing to the Kop: “I’ll fight to keep John
Thursday, May 29 – 1986 Thousands of football fans in Brussels, Turin and Liverpool yesterday mourned the deaths of their 39 friends crushed in the
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Sunday, December 30 – 1979 They wear red, but they trade in the gold and silver of success … Liverpool F.C., feared, formidable giants of
Friday, December 28 – 1979 There is no secret formula behind Liverpool’s 16-year saga of success in domestic and European football. Just one word explains
July 26, 1979 Liverpool have sold English soccer short by trading their influential name to sponsorship for a meagre £50,000, say marketing experts. Though their
July 25, 1979 Television will be on Liverpool next season. The League champions have decided to wear shirt advertising and the sponsor will be Japanese
Wednesday, January 4 – 1978 Each Saturday, an average of 550,000 football fans swarm through the turnstiles of Britain’s soccer stadiums. Millions more watch soccer
June 22, 1977 Brighton have paid a club record fee of £100,000* for Preston defender Mark Lawrenson. And chairman Mike Bamber proudly gave the news
Monday, September 27 – 1976 East Fife’s board are to meet tonight to discuss a replacement for Frank Christie, who resigned his manager’s post at
Wednesday, November 13 – 1974 Terry McDermott walked into Liverpool’s lush reception room at 6.15 last night blinked at the glittering array of trophies, then
Friday, July 12 – 1974 Bill Shankly has quit as manager of Liverpool. And with a typical Shankly flourish, he followed his shock announcement yesterday
Friday, June 9 – 1972 After five hours of transfer negotiations and medical checks at Liverpool yesterday, £150,000 centre forward Frank Worthington left for a
Monday, January 3 – 1972 Liverpool manager Bill Shankly yesterday marched into an FA disciplinary court to clear £220,000 Arsenal superstar Alan Ball – then
Thursday, September 19 – 1968 Tony Hateley took just 85 minutes yesterday to become Britain’s first £300,000 footballer. Liverpool sold him to Coventry for £80,000.
Saturday, August 10 – 1968 For two years, Liverpool have come within an ace of adding further successes to those they achieved in the previous
Monday, July 22 – 1968 Liverpool Football Club’s senior director and former chairman, Mr. Lawson Martindale died yesterday. He had been on the board for