March 1, 1941 Key note: “One of the youngest sides ever to represent Liverpool, the average age was in the neighbourhood of 20, won a
February 28, 1941 Liverpool return to the scene of one of their early season triumphs – Gigg Lane. There, in October, they registered a 3-0
February 27, 1941 Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool, will be forced to call on a number of his young stars for the North Regional
Friday, February 14 – 1941 Liverpool’s team for the cup-tie against Southport will be selected from Eric Mansley, Robert Stuart, Ray Lambert, Bob Paisley, Bert
August 12, 1940 Liverpool Football Club expect to have the services of one of the finest goalkeepers in the country next season. This is Sam
May 27, 1940 Liverpool and Manchester City provided a Regional game of the highest order. In peace-time 60,000 or 70,000 people would have been enraptured.
May 25, 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool – Manchester City 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. A.E. Smith (Liverpool).
May 24, 1940 Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool has been busy all the week seeking players to complete a representative side to oppose Manchester
May 18, 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Sealand Road, kick-off: 15:15. Chester – Liverpool 4-0 (1-0). Attendance: 1,500. Referee: Mr. S. Boardman (Hale).
May 17, 1940 Liverpool will again have the aid of Brown and Guttridge, their guest-artists from Aston Villa and Huddersfield, for tomorrow’s Western Regional game
May 13, 1940 Match: Liverpool Cup, final, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 6-3 (4-1). Attendance: 5,834. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans. Everton (2-3-5):
May 1, 1940 The Liverpool side to go to Oldham for a friendly on Saturday includes Nivvy at centre-forward and Brown of Huddersfield, at centre-half.
April 11, 1940 Liverpool Reserves, who play Blackpool, at Anfield, on Saturday, at 3 o’clock, will field the following: – Eric Mansley, Kenneth Seddon, Ray
March 4, 1940 Five for Liverpool. Liverpool made their way through to the last stage of the Liverpool Cup by a convincing 5-1 victory against
March 2, 1940 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, semi-final, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:10. Liverpool – Southport 5-1 (2-1). Attendance: 1,500 at start, increasing to 4,000. Referee:
March 1, 1940 Everton and Liverpool, already engaged to meet in one cup semi-final, have a great chance tomorrow of coming together in a cup-final.
Wednesday, February 14 – 1940 Liverpool will have one of their best available teams for Saturday’s match at Goodison Park against Everton in the Lancashire
January 25, 1940 Dennis Cooke, the 18-year-old former Bootle secondary schoolboy, makes his first team debut for Liverpool on Saturday, when the Reds visit Crewe
January 11, 1940 Liverpool have chosen a very strong Reserve side to play against Oakmere at Anfield, on Saturday, in the Liverpool Challenge Cup. Apart
January 4, 1940 Manager George Kay, of Liverpool, has always been keen to give youth a show. Now that the war has cut into football
January 2, 1940 Crewe Alexandra lose 7-3. Liverpool and Crewe Alexandra offered some fine fare at Anfield yesterday, even though on the face of things
January 2, 1940 Liverpool and Crewe must have been sorry to put forward their sectional fixture. Still, although the New Year’s Day attendance fell short
January 1, 1940 Match: Regional League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Crewe Alexandra 7-3 (3-1). Attendance: 3,000; gate receipts: £104. Referee: Mr.
Saturday, December 30 – 1939 Liverpool have chosen the following eleven for their Regional match against Crewe, at Anfield, on New Year’s Day: – Eric
Friday, December 29 – 1939 Liverpool will have only two of their Army players for Monday’s Western Regional match at Anfield against Crewe Alexandra. The