October 14, 1943 Many people who crossed the park last Saturday to see the Liverpool and Everton reserves clash at Anfield instead of watching the
December 25, 1942 Match: Football League Northern Section, at Prenton Park, kick-off: 15:15. Tranmere Rovers – Liverpool 3-2 (1-0). Attendance: 7,207; gate receipts: £541. Tranmere
December 7, 1942 Liverpool’s Football League Championship No. 1 hopes were dimmed on Saturday when they allowed Blackpool to take a two-points lead in their
June 13, 1942 Liverpool “A” team’s celebrated “do” on Saturday was one of the happiest little Soccer functions I have been to for some time.
June 11, 1942 Striking record of second string. With the likelihood that next season’s team—raising difficulties for Soccer clubs will be even greater than in
May 25, 1942 Match: Challenge Cup, at Prenton Park, kick-off: 15:30. Tranmere Rovers “A”– Liverpool “A”. Tranmere Rovers ‘A’ (2-3-5): Bob Yeardsley, V.L. Stone, Eric
May 23, 1942 Birkenhead enthusiasts are well catered for seeing that Prenton Park stages the challenge match between the juniors of Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool.
May 14, 1942 Liverpool “A”, home to Randles in the return George Mahon Cup semi-final, will be selected from: – Phil Keane, Kenneth Seddon, Bill
March 18, 1942 The stars which Rochdale had in their side on Saturday at Spotland against Liverpool were disappointing. On paper the team seemed strong
March 14, 1942 Match: Football League, War Cup Qualifying, at Spotland. Rochdale – Liverpool 2-8 (2-5). Attendance: 2,373; gate receipts: £124. Referee: Mr. J. Houston
March 5, 1942 Saturday will be a big day for the young players of Liverpool’s Amateur team. In the afternoon they visit Randle at Runcorn
January 1, 1942 On Saturday Liverpool “A” will entertain Liverpool University at Anfield. Liverpool “A” (from): Willis, Jack Macdonald, Kenneth Seddon, Richard Kirwan, Parry, Bob
December 23, 1941 Mr. George Kay, Liverpool F.C.’s manager, is having some difficulty getting his side together for the visit to Stoke on Christmas Day.
December 18, 1941 Carlton and Liverpool remain favourites for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and both are engaged in viral away games on
December 12, 1941 Those who think that results mean nothing to football these days would alter their opinion of they knew the behind-the-scenes keenness with
December 11, 1941 Liverpool, home to Tranmere, again include McIntosh, the former Preston and Blackpool left winger. This will be his first appearance at Anfield
December 8, 1941 Liverpool maintained their place in the League by a 2-1 win against Tranmere Rovers at Birkenhead. It is still possible for them
December 6, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Prenton Park; kick-off: 15:15. Tranmere Rovers – Liverpool 1-2 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Tranmere Rovers (2-3-5): Percy
December 5, 1941 Liverpool are at Prenton Park, and, on paper at least ought to bag both points, but no team can look on a
December 3, 1941 There are 15 names on Manager Mr. George Kay’s Liverpool team sheet at the moment. He is building up his side to
September 22, 1941 Manchester City were a well-beaten team in a match of changing fortunes and productive of fast, keen, exhilarating football all through. Liverpool
September 20, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Manchester City 4-2 (2-2). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. R. Mortimer (Huddersfield).
September 19, 1941 The visit of Manchester City to Anfield to oppose Liverpool provides the premier soccer attraction on Merseyside tomorrow, when there will be
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
September 15, 1941 A fine recovery In pre-war days Manchester City saved their best for matches at Anfield. Since the war Liverpool have been paying