August 19, 1914 Liverpool have engaged Phil Bratley (centre-half) and Wilfred Bartrop (wing forward) from Barnsley, and have also secured Charles Duffy from East Stirlingshire,
June 19, 1914 The shortest annual meeting in the history of the Liverpool Football Club was that held last evening at the Law Association Rooms,
May 7, 1914 The Liverpool club have made an excellent capture by securing Charles Hafekost, of Gillingham. Hafekost is a native of Sunderland, and before
January 31, 1914 Match: FA Cup, Second Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Gillingham 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 42,045. Referee: Mr. J.W. Bailey; linesmen: Messrs.
January 30, 1914 Gillingham come to Anfield to-morrow with a reputation for having done good scoring works recently. The men of Kent have a Cup
January 21, 1914 Many correspondents have written to me within the past few days, and their letters chiefly concern the Liverpool forward line. Some of
July 29, 1912 Charles Hafekost has been transferred from Sunderland Rovers to New Brompton. (Source: Sunderland Daily Echo: July 29, 1912)
June 19, 1912 Marriages: HAFEKOST – SMITH. – At Cleveland Road P.M. Church, on the 19th. By the Rev. G. Fawcett, Charles Henry Hafekost to