March 22, 1936 One of the foremost leaders and legislators of the Association football game of all time, Mr. John McKenna, president of the Football
Thursday, November 2 – 1933 It was a happy thought which prompted the officials of Aylesbury United FC to invite players and officials of other
June 14, 1933 The Northern Mid-Week League financial statement for last season shows a very slight gain. The balance to the credit of the League
June 21, 1930 Among those present at the annual prize giving of Broadway United Football Club in Thompson’s Restaurant, Donegall Place, on Saturday, was Mr.
December 19, 1929 The funeral of Mr. Richard Birtwistle, of Lytham, a founder of the Blackburn Rovers F.C., a player, referee, club chairman, and county
August 1, 1927 There is little change in the personnel of the Kilmarnock club for the coming season. With the departure of Mr. Alex Gibson
Period: May 28 – 1926 to June 17 – 1927. Chairman: Mr. Thomas Crompton. Vice-Chairman: Mr. Edward Askew Bainbridge. Board of Directors: Messrs. William Robert
Friday, January 28 – 1927 Congratulations will be showered on Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Edwin Bailey to-morrow, when they celebrate their golden wedding. Mr. and
February 23, 1926 Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale Snr., chairman of the Liverpool Football Club, died yesterday. He was 59 years of age, and had been
November 12, 1923 Top row (left to right): Percy Jones, Tommy Jackson, H. Cooch (assistant trainer), Jock Johnstone, Cyril Speirs, Tommy Smart. Centre row (left
July 30, 1923 The Liverpool F.C. has sustained a severe loss in the death of Mr. John Joseph Hill, one of their directors. Mr. Hill
July 13, 1922 Mr. W.H. Williams has been re-elected chairman of the Liverpool board for the ensuing year, and Mr. John Asbury vice-chairman. Donald Mackinlay
Period: June 19 – 1918 to June 25 – 1919. Chairman: Mr. John McKenna (from July 23 – 1918), Albert Worgan (Acting Chairman). Vice-Chairman: Mr.
Friday July 12 – 1918 The Rovers F.C. chairman says that although they lost £1,600 last season, and £8,000 since the war started, they had
Thursday, May 30 – 1918 Presiding at the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Preston North End Club last evening, Alderman Ord, chairman of
September 11, 1916 The Management Committee of the Football League met at Manchester, on Monday, Mr. John McKenna presiding. In connection with the dispute re
March 15, 1916 I desire to express our sympathy with Mr. John Asbury, the Liverpool F.C. chairman, who has lost his brother Tom by death.
March 1, 1916 In connection with the appeal made for a motor ambulance to be provided by the Liverpool club, Mr. John Asbury, chairman, has
February 1, 1916 Liverpool F.C. wisely set out quickly on their mission to do something to perpetuate the name of the club in connection with
August 6, 1915 The English Football League Management Committee met at the Exchange Station Hotel, yesterday, and selected the referees for the coming season, &c.
June 30, 1915 The annual meeting of the Crystal Palace Football Club was held last night. The balance-sheet showed that the past season was a
May 13, 1915 Presiding at the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Preston North End Football Club last night, Alderman W. Ord (Chairman of
May 11, 1915 A cool corner of Anfield Cemetery had been chosen. The sun’s rays shaded his last resting-place. “Tom” was buried there. The day
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the popular secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which occurred at his
May 25, 1914 Tottenham Hotspur have had an unpleasant experience with the Pforzheim Football Club (says the Stuttgart correspondent of the London “Daily Express”), and