Liverpool Football Club, season 1961-62: Liverpool F.C. Board of Directors meeting: Left to right: Sidney Cecil Reakes, CJ Hill, H Cartwright, George Alfred Richards, RL
Period: July 9 – 1948 to July ? – 1949. Chairman: Mr. S.B. Williams, C.C. Vice-Chairman: Mr. George Alfred Richards, J.P. Board of Directors: Messrs.
March 3, 1965 Mr. George Alfred Richard, a director of Liverpool F.C. for 31 years, and a former chairman, died in Newsham General Hospital last
July 5, 1957 Light on the Anfield venture New policy outlined Optimism for season 1957-58 was the keynote of the 65th Annual General meeting of
June 28, 1955 Two new Liverpool F.C. directors Ex-Chairman defeated Future hopes Liverpool F.C. Shareholders at their annual meeting last night, elected two new directors
July 21, 1952 With only a month to go before the start of another football season, preparations behind the scenes of the Football League clubs
March 5, 1951 Liverpool F.C. directors say they are to “consider making representations to the appropriate authority” regarding a jet plane which swooped low over
January 17, 1951 There was a surprise ending yesterday to the latest chapter of the East Fife transfer “serial.” Manager Scot Symon travelled to Liverpool,
July 4, 1950 Mr. George Alfred Richards, J.P., has been elected chairman of Liverpool Football Club for the coming year, in succession to Alderman Stanley
October 16, 1948 Back row, left to right: Bob Priday, Les Shannon, Jimmy McInnes, Russell Crossley, Cyril Sidlow, Charles Ashcroft, Laurie Hughes, Billy Liddell, Ray
Period: July 4 – 1947 to July 9 – 1948. Chairman: Mr. William Henry McConnell, J.P.. (passed away on August 7 – 1947). Vice-Chairman: Mr.
August 18, 1947 Councillor Stanley Ronald Williams will be unanimously elected chairman of Liverpool F.C. at tomorrow’s meeting of the directors, to succeed the late
May 24, 1947 Match: Football League, First Division, at Highbury, kick-off: 15:30. Arsenal – Liverpool 1-2 (0-0). Attendance: 44,265. Referee: Mr. G. Tedds. Arsenal (2-3-5):
December 3. 1945 With the deference to the all-round ability of Liverpool both individually and as a team the act cannot be denied that Billy
April 30, 1945 Reason for Liverpool s surprising defeat at Chesterfield can be traced to forward failing. Had the attack functioned with the same accuracy
April 16, 1945 Liverpool’s triumph over Manchester City 3-1, Maine Road (aggregate 6-1), was a fine example of the win-by-waiting policy. There was pre-match plan,
March 19, 1945 The Cup draw made me, unfortunately, late for the celebration supper given by the Liverpool F.C. directors, under chairman Mr. William McConnell,
July 12, 1944 Mr. William McConnell is the new chairman of Liverpool Football Club. The election was unanimous at last evening’s annual directors’ meeting, and,
April 26, 1944 George Alfred Richards, J.P., native of Liverpool, Permanent Secretary and Librarian, Liverpool Incorporated Law Society, which he has served for 36 years.
June 24, 1943 “The future policy of Liverpool F.C. remains unchanged,” said Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale, chairman, at the 51st annual meeting of the club
June 16, 1943 The directors of the Liverpool Football Club report a profit of £3,091 13s. 9d for the year ending May 3, 1943, as
September 7, 1942 Liverpool’s success over Wrexham at Anfield was never in doubt, but certainly the margin of the win was rather flattering to the
July 16, 1942 Events are moving swiftly towards the dawn of the another football season. Yesterday the clubs of the Football League received their fixtures
June 13, 1942 Liverpool “A” team’s celebrated “do” on Saturday was one of the happiest little Soccer functions I have been to for some time.
December 29, 1941 Although Bury were beaten 4-0 at Anfield on Saturday, they put up a brave fight, and all the 6,693 spectators agreed that