Tag: full back

Christian Ziege @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Christian Ziege on PlayUpLiverpool. About Christian Ziege: Born: February 1 – 1972, in Berlin, in Germany. Position: Left full-back. Height: Weight: Career: FC Sudstern 08 Berlin, 1978 – 1981. TSW Rudow Berlin, 1981 – 1985. FC Hertha 03 Zehlendorf, 1985 – 1990. Bayern Munchen, 1990. […]

Obituary – Cliff Lloyd

Wednesday, January 12 – 2000 Footballer whose biggest victory came after he hung up his boots Cliff Lloyd, who has died aged 83, made a mark in two areas of football – first as a reliable, competent fullback in Fulham’s second division team just after the war, and […]

Kennedy set to join Liverpool

Thursday, August 10 – 1978 Alan Kennedy, Newcastle’s under 23 full back, is on his way to Vienna this morning – discussing his transfer to Liverpool. Newcastle have agreed a fee – around £300,000 – but Kennedy is discussing his personal terms with Liverpool’s general secretary Peter Robinson […]

John Walker (Jock Walker) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Jock Walker on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jock Walker: Born: November 6, 1884: Beith, Scotland. Passed away: December 16, 1968. Positon: Full back. Height: Weight: Career: Eastern Burnside: 1900. Cambuslang Rangers: 1901. Burnbank Athletic: 1902. Raith Rovers: 1903. Beith: 1904. Glasgow Rangers: 1905. Ayr Parkhouse: 1905. Royal […]

Shankly raid Wrexham for duo

Thursday, October 6 – 1966 Liverpool manager Bill Shankly last night paid out £35,000 … for two “unknown” full backs from Wrexham. Stuart Mason, 18, and Peter Wall, 22, are drafted straight into Liverpool reserves at Stoke tomorrow, and Wall has had only three League games for Wrexham […]

Cardiff call up Toshack for cup

Wednesday, November 17 – 1965 Injury hit Cardiff call up John Toshack, 16, an apprentice professional at inside left for tonight’s League Cup quarter final tie against Ipswich at Ninian Park. Toshack, a Welsh schoolboy international last season came on as substitute against Leyton Orient last Saturday and […]

Benefit match for Eddie Spicer

Thursday, August 12 – 1955 As they promised last season Liverpool have now earmarked a date to play a benefit match for Eddie Spicer, their former full back, whose career was cut short when he broke a leg 18 months ago. Everton have willingly promised their co-operation, and […]

The manager who would not give up

Monday, December 28 – 1953Behind the £20,000 signing by Liverpool on Christmas Day of two Charlton players, full-back Frank Lock (£7,500) and inside-left John Evans (£12,500), is the story of the Manager Who Would Not Give Up. For weeks Liverpool manager Mr. Don Welsh has, between trips to […]

The star of the future

Friday, December 18 – 1953 The star of the future, twenty-three-year-old centre-half or full back Geoff Twentyman, was signed from Carlisle United by Liverpool, who on Wednesday paid Watford £7,000 for goalkeeper David Underwood. The cost of Liverpool’s latest bid to strengthen their defence was not disclosed, but […]

From Stanton Ironworks to Liverpool

Saturday, February 25 – 1950 Geoff Whitworth, the Stanton Ironworks’ 22-year-old full-back, signed professional forms for Liverpool on Saturday after a trial in their Central League side against Huddersfield Town Reserves. In this match he appeared at right full-back but he is at home in either of the […]

Willie Fagan and Tommy McLeod on the golf course

Monday, October 3 – 1949 Billy Hayes, the Huddersfield Town and Irish international full back won the Professional Footballers’ Golf Championship at Childwell, Liverpool, yesterday with a record round of 79, two shots better than Leslie Compton, the Arsenal centre-half. Hayes, who has been with Huddersfield nearly 20 […]

Ramsden to Sunderland for £10,000

Monday, March 15 – 1948 Sunderland took a last leap into the open transfer arena – it closes tonight – and signed on Bernard Ramsden, 30-year-old Liverpool back. A more-than-£10,000 cheque secured Ramsden, who was on the transfer list, at his own request. He began in Sheffield junior […]

Doug McAvoy to sign for Liverpool

Thursday, December 11 – 1947 Liverpool have come to terms with Kilmarnock for the transfer of Doug McAvoy, the Scottish club’s inside left, who is expected to complete the deal by signing to-day. A fee of several thousand pound is involved. McAvoy is twenty-nine. Liverpool’s interest in Bentley, […]

Ramsden considering flower power

Tuesday, May 6 – 1947 Bernard Ramsden, Liverpool F.C.’s £8,000 full back, has gone to America to marry Miss Audrey Clark of New York, whom he met as a sequel to saving the life of one of her relatives. After resending the relative in Greece, Bernard was told […]