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December 28, 1953 Behind the £20,000 signing by Liverpool on Christmas Day of two Charlton players, full-back Frank Lock (£7,500) and inside-left John Evans (£12,500),
Tuesday, August 4 – 1942 When and how the Lancashire Senior Football Cup Competition is to be played this season will be decided at a
Wednesday, May 8 – 1940 The Football League today announce a scheme for season 1940-41 for acceptance by the clubs. The 88 clubs are divided
October 2, 1939 Eighty-two English Football League clubs are to take part in the Regional competition, and the Management Committee at Crewe today divided the
Wednesday, September 6 – 1939 Contracts between clubs and professionals suspended. The English Football League and the Scottish Football Association held separate meetings yesterday and
Monday, August 1 – 1927 Crewe Alexandra are depending largely upon last season’s team. Of the four new men, three will figure in the forward
September 24, 1918 Links with the past keep on snapping. Football in Liverpool without either Tom Watson or William Cuff will not seem quite the
Wednesday, April 22 – 1914 The news of the transfer of Jim Roberts from Crewe to Everton has been received with much interest at Mold.
Monday, November 18 – 1912 Elisha Scott, who is a brother of William Scott, the Irish international, and who has been keeping a grand goal
June 28, 1912 At the meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League, held at Birmingham yesterday, the following referees were appointed for next
July 9, 1910 A meeting of the Football League was held at the Overstrand Hotel, Cromer, today, Mr. John McKenna presiding over a good attendance.
August 14, 1909 The sudden death of Mr. Aaron Scragg at Rhyl on Saturday caused quite a painful sensation among his large circle of acquaintances
December 29, 1906 It was found impossible to clear the snow off the Stoke ground Saturday morning, at the match against Liverpool was postponed. Liverpool
May 1, 1905 Liverpool v Burnley. Fully 10,000 persons assembled at Anfield to witness the last League match of the season, and Liverpool won by
February 15, 1904 Match: International trial, at The Racecourse (Wrexham). Stripes – Whites 4-2 (2-2). Referee: Mr. Ll. Williams (Holywell). Stripes (2-3-5): Bob Evans (Blackburn
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
March 1, 1897 Mr. John Charles Clegg presided over a meeting of the Football Association`s council, held at the offices, 61, Chancery Lane, London, yesterday
February 3, 1897 At, 61, Chancery-lane, London, Dr Morley (Blackburn) presided over a meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Association. The principal business was
August 25, 1896 All the leading Association teams are now in practice for the opening of the season of 1896-7, which will be inaugurated in
January 1, 1894 Liverpool have emerged out of a trying week in a very gratifying manner. The four matches played were far from being easy
February 4, 1888 International: British Championship, at Nantwich Road Ground (Crewe). Wales – England 1-5 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. John Sinclair (Ireland). Wales (2-3-5):
January 7, 1888 Match: FA Cup, Fifth Round, at the Athletic Grounds (Crewe). Crewe Alexandra – Derby County 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 5,000. Crewe Alexandra (2-3-5):