November 11, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Haig Avenue. Southport Central – Liverpool 1-3 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. I. Baker; linesmen: Messrs. J. Sweeting
Friday, November 10 – 1916 Liverpool have A.N. Other in goal and at centre-froward, but they hope and believe they will fill the positions satisfactory
Thursday, November 9 – 1916 Fred Pagnam, Liverpool’s crack centre and scorer, is in the R.G.A., and is stationed at Gosport, near Portsmouth. He is
Tuesday, November 7 – 1916 “Vin” writes: – Pagnam, in the words of the popularsongstress Vesta Tilley, “joined the Army yesterday,” his first “halt” being
November 4, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick off: 15:00. Liverpool – Stoke 3-1 (2-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe; linesmen: Messrs: D.
October 28, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, Gigg Lane. Bury – Liverpool 3-4 (1-1). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs. T.W. Wilson and F.G.
Friday, October 27 – 1916 Campbell, who returns to the Liverpool goal, is in grand form, and we know his reliability. Therefore the grand defence
October 21, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Stockport County 3-1 (1-1). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. F. Leigh; linesmen: Messrs.
Friday, October 20 – 1916 This morning the Notebook has exclusive news of the ending of the great triangle that has stood for Liverpool through
Friday, October 13 – 1916 The performance of kicking a goal-kick the length of the field, credited to Ted Taylor last Saturday, brings to mind
Thursday, October 12 – 1916 At Blomfield-road on Saturday Pagnam will play against his old club, and, in view of the form of the Seasiders
Saturday, October 7 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. L.P. Hitchen; linesmen: Messrs.
Friday, October 6 – 1916 The groin injury – a very painful one – Pagnam suffered on Saturday and succeeding days have now faded out,
October 5, 1916 Liverpool’s team sheet is something of a novelty, and much of an attraction. They have actually called Arthur Goddard into service at
Friday, November 3 – 1916 Stoke are among the toughest clubs in the land. We recall very vividly their first appearance in Liverpool this season,
October 2, 1916 The meeting of Burnley and Liverpool looked like giving a large crowd a grand exhibition, but for some reason unknown the game
September 30, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield. Liverpool – Burnley 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000. Referee: Mr. Baker (Nantwich). Liverpool (2-3-5): Ted Taylor, Ephraim Longworth
September 29, 1916 Can Liverpool keep their record clean to-morrow? They have a very important and welcome foe to face. Burnley have ever given us
Wednesday, September 27 – 1916 In spite of victory at Preston, where Liverpool would have won very readily if the chances of getting simple goals
September 25, 1916 The Anfielders added to their very useful and gratifying record on Saturday by taking a couple of points off Preston North End
September 23, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Deepdale, kick-off: 15:30. Preston North End – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. T. Nelson; linesmen: J.W.
Friday, September 22 – 1916 The prospect of another tousy tussle is high. Preston North End generally adopt similar ideas, and “push and go” is
Wednesday, September 20 – 1916 It is worthy of note that last week in the Anfield attendance of 15,295 spectators there were nearly 3,000 soldiers
September 18, 1916 There was plenty to interest the worker on Saturday. The football fare was generally keen, and always provided some point which might
September 16, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick off: 14:30. Liverpool – Oldham Athletic 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs.