Friday, June 19 – 1992 Liverpool yesterday fined reserve team keeper Mike Hooper two weeks’ wages after his walk-out before last season’s FA Cup final.
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Anfield gets angry at fixture jam
Thursday, May 4 – 1989 Liverpool reacted angrily yesterday as the Football League set a deadline for them to complete their fixtures. The League want
Welcome home Rushie
Thursday, August 18 – 1988 Ian Rush sensationally come back to Liverpool from Juventus last night for a British record fee of £2,8 million. The
Ian Callaghan: Still going strong
December 23, 1979 Long after the light has faded for many of his old friends who ave drifted away into the dark shadows of retirement,
Tommy Smith to carry on
July 20, 1977 Tommy Smith will be a Liverpool player for the next two years. Two months of speculation have ended in agreement between the
Bob Paisley rides again
Thursday, May 19 – 1977 This time he is leading a red army into battle Bob Paisley, manager of League champions Liverpool rode into Rome
The Paisley passion will spur Reds to success
July 30, 1974 If Bob Paisley remains an anonymous figure to the thousands of Liverpool supporters, even long after he has taken over from Bill
Phil Boersma wants a move to south
May 6, 1974 Liverpool star Phil Boersma celebrated his team’s FA Cup final win yesterday with the hope that it could mean his transfer south
Liverpool F.C.: The annual meeting of 1972
July 21, 1972 Liverpool are set for the big spend. “We can only get better.” Liverpool F.C. shareholders were warned last night that the big-spending,
Bill Shankly, “I want Liverpool to conquer everybody.”
May 6, 1971 Round about Saturday teatime the sharpest wit in football will be called upon to deliver a terse assessment of the Cup Final.
Kevin Keegan transferred to Liverpool
May 3, 1971 Bill Shankly switched his attention from Cup Final opponents Arsenal to lowly Scunthorpe yesterday and bought the Fourth Division club’s midfield player
The death of Stanley Ronald Williams
November 15, 1969 Mr. Stanley Ronald Williams, chairman of Liverpool F.C. when they reached the F.A. Cup Final in 1950, has died. He was 68.
Tony Hateley: The most amazing transfer serial in British football
August 21, 1969 Tony Hateley is facing the biggest challenge of an incredible career that yesterday made him Britain’s most expensive football wanderer. After eleven
Di Stefano and Pereira at Holly Park
May 14, 1968 A capacity crowd of 10,000 is expected at South Liverpool’s Holly Park ground tomorrow evening to watch the might Real Madrid stars
Tony Hateley transferred to Liverpool
June 28, 1967 Liverpool swoop for Tony Hateley Chelsea last night sold centre forward Tony Hateley to Liverpool, for a little less than the £100,000
Liverpool v Leeds United 2-1 (FA Cup Final: May 1, 1965)
May 1, 1965 Match: FA Cup Final, at Wembley, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Leeds United 2-1 aee, full time 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 100,000. Referee: Mr.
Liverpool v Chelsea 2-0 (League match: April 19, 1965)
April 19, 1965 Key note: “Anfield’s famous Kop choir created a new chant for the occasion – ‘Ey-aye-addio, Chelsea’s lost the League.’ A too-premature prophecy
Liverpool at Brighton
May 3, 1957 Liverpool have a friendly match at Brighton this evening, in fulfillment of a promise they made to Southern Section club when signing
The death of Bob Holmes
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,
The death of Bert Freeman
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
The death of Fred Geary
January 8, 1955 Mr. Fred Geary, a famous Everton centre-forward of more than 60 years ago, died this morning at 69 Sunnyside Road, Great Crosby.
Ex-football “star” Tommy Lucas mine host at Stoke Mandeville
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
Willie Fagan for Weymouth
Monday, July 14 – 1952 Willie Fagan, whom Liverpool placed on the open-to-transfer list at the end of last season, is to become player-manager of
Phil Taylor to lead Liverpool from the touch-line
January 4, 1951 Phil Taylor, the Liverpool captain, who led his team against Arsenal in the Cup Final at Wembley last April, will lead the
George Kay: “Says little, knows it all.”
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.
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