August 14, 1964 Peter Thompson, the Preston and England Under-23 forward, did not know he would be a Liverpool F.C. player to-day until he read
March 26, 1958 Everton Vice-Chairman. Brief illness. The death took place at Liverpool Royal infirmary today of Mr. T.C. Nuttall vice-chairman of Everton F.C., after
September 11, 1957 The last of the old school at Everton Football in Liverpool lost a personality yesterday in the death, after a long illness
May 4, 1956 Don Welsh, manager of Liverpool and former England and Charlton star, resigned yesterday. “I came to a sudden decision and handed in
August 12, 1955 As they promised last season Liverpool have now earmarked a date to play a benefit match for Eddie Spicer, their former full
June 23, 1954 Team Work And Team Management Did It (Chairman) Having gained promotion and a handsome profit for the season just completed, it was
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.
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
July 26, 1944 The following players will tour the North of Scotland with the British Army team, starting at Aberdeen on August 7: – Frank
February 10, 1944 Matt Busby, Liverpool’s captain, has been recalled to captain Scotland against England at Wembley on Saturday, February, 19. This choice of one
October 18, 1943 Liverpool completed the double “double” over Everton on Saturday to commune in leadership of the Football League (North) and make county combination
October 8, 1943 The first of the big Merseyside Football League “Derby” games stands out as the premier attraction for tomorrow’s sport cards.” Everton and
October 6, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly is endeavoring to turn out an extra-special side for Saturday’s Derby game with Liverpool at Goodison Park, and hopes
October 6, 1943 Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly, of Everton, is able to announce five certainties, for Saturday’s “Derby” game at Goodison Park with Liverpool. They
Saturday, October 24 – 1942 War time international, War Charities Association, at Molineux (Wolverhampton). England – Wales 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 25.097. Referee: Mr. F.C. Green
Saturday, October 10 – 1942 War time international, War Charities Association, at Empire Stadium (Wembley). England – Scotland 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 75,000. Referee: Mr. P.
September 14, 1942 Match: Army match, at Cliftonville, kick-off: 18:00. Northern Ireland Command – British Army 3-5 (2-3). Northern Ireland Command (2-3-5): Dennis Wright (Mansfield
September 12, 1942 Match: Army match, at Windsor Park. Irish FA – British Army 3-2 (1-0). Attendance: 35,000; gate receipts: £1,699. Referee: Mr. W.R. Hamilton.
Friday, August 30 – 1940 The first big representative Association football match of the season will take place at the Liverpool ground, Anfield, on September
Thursday, November 2 – 1939 I had a letter from Matt Busby, Liverpool’s international captain, who is now a physical instructor somewhere in the south.
Friday, August 11 – 1939 Everton will have only one new player in action at Goodison Park, where the championship side of last season face
Wednesday, August 9 – 1939 Everton take the field on Saturday at Goodison Park, kick-off at 3.15, when the championship team, in blue, will oppose
Saturday, February 4 – 1939 Reserves, Central League, at Goodison Park. Everton Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-1 (1-1). Referee: Mr. E. Adams. Everton Reserves (2-3-5):
February 16, 1938 Key note: “Liverpool kicked off facing the sun and the Park goal, and the crowd, which had been somewhat quiet, were soon
Friday, May 14 – 1937 International: Friendly, at Ullevaal Stadion (Oslo). Norway – England 0-6 (0-4). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. Einar Ulrich. Norway (2-3-5): Henry