September 7, 1956 When Johnny Wheeler, Bolton Wanderers’ England wing half-back, signed for Liverpool yesterday, he completed a reversal of normal procedure. He had got
April 18, 1956 Jimmy Payne, Liverpool’s England “B” right winger, was transferred to Everton yesterday for £5,000. He plays in the home game against Blackpool
All articles about Bob Holmes on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Bob Holmes: Born: June 23, 1867: Preston (Lancashire), England. Passed away: November 16, 1955: Preston (Lancashire), England.
November 16, 1955 Last of “Invincibles,” Bob Holmes dies A great footballer of the old days, Mr. Bob Holmes, died at his native Preston to-day,
All articles about John Cox on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Cox: “To see this dashing left winger careering along the touch line at Anfield Road, and
All articles about Billy Watson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Billy Watson: Born: September 11, 1890: North Meols (Lancashire), England. ** His birth certificate says he was
August 11, 1955 The death has taken place at Birmingham of Bert Freeman the former Everton and England international centre forward and the man who
July 12, 1954 Phil Taylor, former Liverpool captain, who was given a free transfer by the Anfielders at the end of last season, has now
All articles about George Brown on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About George Brown: Born: April 23, 1865: Eastbourne (Sussex), England. Passed away: June 14, 1954: Surbiton Hill (Surrey),
All articles about Jimmy Settle on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Settle: Born: September 5, 1875: Millom (Cumberland), England. Passed away: June 1, 1954: Horwich, England. Funeral
January 31, 1954 Vivian Woodward, the great England centre forward of the early 1900’s, died last night in a nursing home at Ealing, near London,
Friday, December 18 – 1953 (Bucks Herald, 18-12-1953)
March 15, 1953 Mr. Arthur Berry, the Liverpool barrister and member of the firm of Edwin Berry and Company, solicitors, 21 Old Hall Street, Liverpool,
January 30, 1953 Each Saturday hundreds of thousands of football “fans” get the maximum pleasure from the most popular of British games. Let us introduce
Saturday, November 29 – 1952 Albert Stubbins, former Newcastle and England centre, reappears in league football today for the first time since September 22, 1951.
Wednesday, August 20 – 1952 Albert Stubbins, the Liverpool and former Newcastle United centre-forward, has been placed on the transfer list at his own request.
June 14, 1951 Mr. Gordon Hodgson, manager of Port Vale, died at Stoke-on-Trent yesterday, aged 46. Born in South Africa, of English parents, he gained
All articles about Gordon Hodgson on PlayUpLIverpool.com; About Gordon Hodgson: “Another of the South African ex-amateurs, who has turned out exceptionally well for the Anfielders.
August 19, 1950 Liverpool’s manager, Mr. George Kay, could, if he wished, talk about football with knowledge and authority for a long time. But Mr.
August 11, 1950 Keith Gardner, outside left, 19-years-old son of Tommy Gardner (ex England) was signed by Liverpool. (Daily Express: August 11, 1950)
July 4, 1950 Phil Taylor, the English international half-back, has been elected captain of Liverpool Football Club for the 1950-51 season. This was decided at
January 24, 1950 Tom Bromilow, manager of Newport County since May 1946, today tendered his resignation, which has been accepted, with regret, by the board.
All articles about Leslie Hewitt Gay on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Leslie Hewitt Gay: “Tall, and with long reach, Gay is, in addition, substantially built, and his
June 29, 1949 The late Harry Chambers Harry Chambers, of happy memory, is dead. This greatest of all Liverpool players passed away at his home,
Monday, November 8 – 1948 Canberra, Monday. – Two English football players are going to Australia as migrants at the invitation of the Corinthian football