August 18, 1900 A large crowd assembled on the Anfield ground on Saturday to witness the first of the preliminary centers prior to the opening
Saturday, June 30 – 1900 Barnsley have about completed the football team for the coming season, and on on Saturday George “General” Stevenson, a back
Friday, May 25 – 1900 The directors of the New Brighton Club have secured another valuable player in Archie Goldie, the right full back of
Saturday, May 12 – 1900 Blackburn Rovers have transferred John Glover to Liverpool. Last year Glover was with New Brompton. (Blackburn Standard, 12-05-1900)
Thursday, April 26 – 1900 The Liverpool Football Club have signed Tom J. Robertson, the right back of Stoke, for next season. (Liverpool Mercury, 27-04-1900)
Saturday, January 6 – 1900 Raisbeck’s half-back play is extolled to the skies by a good many critics. On the other hand there are not
August 17, 1899 Everything at Anfield Road, Liverpool, is bustle and excitement, making preparations for the coming season, and by September 1 every thing will
Friday, May 26 – 1899 Billy Dunlop, the famous back of the Liverpool team, who lives in Liverpool has been visiting Hurlford, near Kilmarnock, taking
Saturday, April 30 – 1898 The following players have signed on for Liverpool: – Harry Storer, Billy Dunlop, Tom Wilkie, Thomas Cleghorn, Barney Battles, William
May 26, 1894 Liverpool has engaged a promising player in Abel Hughes, of the Rhos Club, and if build goes for anything, he should be
June 26, 1893 The Liverpool Club are quietly preparing for next season, and the team, barring centre forward and possibly a full back is complete.
August 29, 1892 We are now rapidly approaching the advent of the football season at Anfield, and everything is in first-class order, despite the many
July 29, 1892 The first contingent of players engaged by the Liverpool Association Football Club arrived in Liverpool last Friday, and will commence practice forthwith.
July 7, 1892 The already formidable list of players engaged by the new Liverpool Football Club has just received an important accession. Duncan McLean, the
June 20, 1892 Mr. William Barclay, Hon. Secretary of the Liverpool Association Football Club, writes to us as follows. “Sir, – I have a great
June 13, 1892 I must congratulate the officials of the Liverpool Association Football Club upon the steady progress they are making with the construction of
April 16, 1892 * Why didn’t Andrew Hannah and Dan Doyle address the crowd from the Sandon windows? * Mr. John James Ramsay says “that
Saturday, August 18 – 1888 Mr. Tom Ireland, the well-known Darwen back, has left Darwen, this week, for New Zealand. (Lancashire Evening post, 18-08-1888)
All articles about William Hay on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Hay: Born: 1868: Maryhill, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Full back. Height: (6ft. 1½in.); Weight: (13st. 1lb.).