January 29, 1955 Key note: “Liverpool were worthy winners, for after the first 15 minutes they were the better side, and always looked the more
May 3, 1954 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Goodison Park. Everton – Liverpool 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 52,012. Everton (2-3-5): Jimmy O’Neill, Eric Moore, Don Donovan,
Wednesday, August 6 – 1952 A query by a Wallasey reader set me off yesterday on a statistical search which disclosed figures in relation to
March 27, 1950 Pardon me while I search for more superlatives. Not to mark Liverpool’s first entry into the F.A. Cup Final since 1914; nor
March 25, 1950 Liverpool deserved their victory in a game which was hard, dour and fought out at top speed throughout, though always in good
March 25, 1950 Match: FA Cup, Semi Final, at Maine Road, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 2-0 (2-0). Attendance: 72,000; gate receipt: £13,497. Referee: Mr.
March 24, 1950 Tomorrow is the biggest day on Merseyside sporting annals for over a generation, with the Grand National exerting its appeal upon racing
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 29, 1945 At Goodison Park on Saturday, Everton and Liverpool renew their struggle to go a stage further in the money spinning League Cup
March 29, 1945 There will be right and possibly nine internationals in the great Goodison Park send off to the Easter holiday football programme of
March 27, 1945 Not for weeks has Manager Mr. George Kay of Liverpool, been so emphatic in his team announcement as he was when I
June 16, 1944 Three in one dividend? One of the main reasons why Everton Football Club did not pay a dividend this year was because
February 10, 1944 A. E. Higgins, the amateur outside right, who joined Everton from Tranmere Rovers, will make his debut in the Football League when,
February 5, 1944 Match: War League Cup (North), Qualifying match, at Goodison Park. Everton – Wrexham 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 14,309; Gate receipts: £955. Referee: Mr.
January 31, 1944 Players of the match. Another Merseyside Derby game goes down to history, and like most of these meetings between Liverpool and Everton,
January 29, 1944 A penalty in 65 minutes enabled Liverpool to smash Everton’s 100 percent cup record at Goodison Park, today. Everton fought back after
January 29, 1944 A penalty goal decides Goodison derby. Everton: George Burnett, George Jackson, Jack Jones, Jackie Grant, Tommy Jones, Joe Mercer, Cec Wyles, Eddie
January 29, 1944 Key note: “A penalty in 65 minutes enabled Liverpool to smash Everton’s 100 percent cup record at Goodison Park, today. Everton fought
October 11, 1943 Liverpool Win “Derby” Game Liverpool won the “Derby” game at Goodison Park by six goals to four, the winners laying the foundation
October 9, 1943 Everton: George Burnett, Jack Jones, Norman Greenhalgh, Stan Bentham, Tommy Jones, Scott-Leo, Jack Grant, Eddie Wainwright, Tommy Lawton, Alex Stevenson, Jimmy McIntosh.
October 9, 1943 Key note: “Liverpool have dashed into the leadership of the Football league North, overtaking Blackpool and Aston Villa thanks to a smashing
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
January 25, 1940 Three 16-year-old players from the Southport League who have scored 100 goals between them since the start of last season are now