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Saturday, September 21 – 1929 Will Dick Edmed, of Liverpool, play for England in international games this season? Well, two seasons ago he bagged 14
Tuesday, October 30 – 1928 Dick Edmed, the ex-Gillingham and Chatham dockyard worker, has scored seven goals from the outside right berth for Liverpool this
April 2, 1921 Albert Tebay, the dashing centre-forward of Ashford Railway Works, is a footballer with a reputation. At School he made a name for
Saturday, January 29 – 1916 Match: Benefit for the War Fund, at St. Andrew’s. Birmingham – Royal Fusiliers 6-1 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Birmingham (2-3-5): Herbert
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
Thursday, June 13 – 1901 In giving judgment on a claim made at Rochester County Court today by William Smith, professional footballer, belonging to Liverpool,
August 5, 1900 Arthur Lawrence, a well-known football player, died somewhat suddenly at Chatham on Sunday morning. He was a clever forward in the Chatham,
August 28, 1899 The first season of this club as a limited liability venture was not a financial success, but this has not diminished the
December 29, 1897 The officials for the English Cup ties on the 29th prox. Are now completed, and are as follows, the first named being
Monday, August 2 – 1897 Entries for the Football Association Cup closed on Monday, and the list is as follows: – Aston Villa, Ashford United,
November 14, 1892 Liverpool are themselves again. At Fleetwood on Saturday they vanquished the victors of Ardwick and the heroes of a triumphal southern tour,
January 8, 1892 The members, under the charge of Mr. Ellis, and after a sojourn of five months, sailed on Friday evening from the Kingston
October 26, 1891 Match: Tour of the American-Canadians, at Maidstone Road, kick-off: 15:25. Chatham – Canadians 0-3 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. P. Leckie (Folkstone).