Wednesday, December 19 – 1990 Liverpool are furious with the League for giving them a Boxing Day dose of capital punishment. Their fixture at Queens
January 1, 1970 Flu-hit Coventry to-day made a plea to the FA to call off their third-round tie with Liverpool at Highfield Road on Saturday.
Wednesday, December 23 – 1953 With the Christmas Football rush only forty-eight hours away, Liverpool, floundering at the bottom of Division One, have three more
Saturday, May 31 – 1947 Match: Football League, First Division, at Molineux, kick-off: 15:00. Wolverhampton Wanderers – Liverpool 1-2 (0-2). Attendance: 50,765. Referee: Mr. J.
May 17, 1939 Merseyside’s big Derby days – September 16 and January 20. Fixture lists for the Football League for next season issued today, reveal
December 24, 1918 Christmas to a footballer is a time of joyful participation in football. Pleasure becomes work when one is given too much in
Saturday, December 23 – 1916 Britain’s gift at the front. With the British Armies in the Field, Thursday. – The wins is howling over the
January 1, 1910 Liverpool’s lively experiences. Whilst we may not have put in such a right royal Christmas as Bradford City, The Wednesday, or the
December 24, 1909 “One day in all the year, One day of joy and mirth, One day to mem’ry dear, One day of peace on
Monday, August 10 – 1907 Matters in a structural sense have not progressed in quite the manner hoped for within the Liverpool camp. It was
April 6, 1907 The poverty of Liverpool’s forwards. The period of fish and eggs has savoured neither of a fishing resort nor a poultry farm,
December 29, 1906 An inquest was held at Liverpool on Saturday on Colonel Robert de Geiman, Russian Consul at Liverpool, who committed suicide in a
December 29, 1906 Not a goal – But a funeral note. If Everton have failed to carry everything before them, what shall be said concerning
December 25, 1905 Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:00. Liverpool – Bolton Wanderers 2-2 (0-2). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. Fred Kirkham; linesmen: Messrs.
December 16, 1905 Liverpool have chosen the usual side. The men will go to Southport on Tuesday for a fortnight. This in view of the
December 16, 1905 Mr. J.T. Howcroft will govern the Bramall Lane match, and the Liverpool men should continue their long list of victories. Not since
December 6, 1905 Liverpool should make a respectable total of goal for by Christmas. Their engagements are: – Wolverhampton Wanderers, Notts County, Bolton Wanderers, and
December 31, 1903 Liverpool had a poor Christmas time. The team are last but one in the League. They are a much better side than
December 25, 1899 Death of Harry Bradshaw – Footballers all over the country will regret to hear of the death of Harry Bradshaw. An English
Monday, January 2 – 1899 No club has had such a harvest during the holidays as Liverpool. It may truly be said that prospectively their