March 6, 1951 Don Welsh, secretary-manager of Brighton and Hove Albion, has been appointed manager of Liverpool F.C., one of football’s highest paid posts. He
January 27, 1951 Match: Football League, First Division, at The Valley, kick-off: 15.00. Charlton Athletic – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 25,313. Referee: Mr. J.W. Topliss;
Sunday, October 5 – 1947 England soccer selectors were busily engaged yesterday naming the sides for a full international against Wales on October 18 and
December 11, 1945 Before returning to B.A.O.R., Frank Lock, 23-year-old well-built full-back, has been signed as professional by Charlton Athletic. He is a Londoner due
Saturday, October 13 – 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Park Avenue. Bradford – Liverpool 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 18,308. Referee: Mr. J. Briggs; linesmen:
August 31, 1945 Liverpool will be bridging six years at Anfield tomorrow, for their team against Burnley looks pretty much the same as it did
August 30, 1945 Liverpool will select from 15 players for their match with Burnley at Anfield, Nieuwenhuys, Liddell, Fagan, Westby and Gulliver being included as
August 25, 1945 Burnley open their league programme today with Liverpool the visitors at Turf Moor. It should prove an attractive start to the season.
July 17, 1945 Liverpool F.C. have received official permission to take a team composed largely of their own Service players, and two of their regular
May 7, 1945 Football officials from all over the country, many with famous players of the past, now managers, to advise them, met at Manchester
May 5, 1945 Match: International, friendly, at Ninian Park. Wales – England 2-3 (1-1). Attendance: 35,000. Referee: Mr. W.T. Nash (Glamorgan). Wales (2-3-5): Cyril Sidlow
April 14, 1945 Key note: “Berry Nieuwenhuys, Liverpool’s captain, turned up at Maine Road for the return North Cup-tie with Manchester City, but although his
April 2, 1945 Key note: “Liverpool and Everton met for the third time in ten days yesterday, when 22,815 spectators saw the latter gain revenge
March 31, 1945 Key note: “Liverpool proved once again the masters of Everton, winning the return League Cup tie at Goodison by 1-0 before a
March 24, 1945 Match: Football League, North Cup, First Round, First Leg and Lancashire Cup, Second Round, First Leg, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool –
March 14, 1945 Fifteen star footballers from Britain – 13 English, one Scottish and one Irish – are included in the party of Services players
March 2, 1945 Liverpool may be expected to record their third win of the season over Souhport when they visit Haig Avenue tomorrow, although Manager
Tuesday, February 13 – 1945 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, cannot yet name his team for the visit to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday but
Saturday, February 10 – 1945 Match: Football League, War Cup, Qualifying, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 3-1 (1-0). Attendance: 33,235. Referee: Mr. P.
Tuesday, February 6 – 1945 Joe Mercer and Matt Busby, English and Scottish captains in the international match at Villa Park, will appear for the
Saturday, February 3 – 1945 International: War time friendly, at Villa Park. England – Scotland 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 66,000; gate receipt: £17,000. Referee: Mr. T.
January 20, 1945 Match: International trial, at Highfield Road (Coventry), kick-off: 14:45. FA XI – RAF XI 4-6 (3-3). Attendance: 12,000; gate receipts: £2,000. Referee:
January 18, 1945 In this age of youth it is still the men of experience who are setting the seal on success in the football
January 16, 1945 No change have so far been notified in the FA and RAF teams for the Soccer representative match at Coventry on Saturday.
January 5, 1945 With the choice of A.W. Brown, of Huddersfield, as centre-half for the Royal Air Force Soccer team to meet the FA XI