December 5, 1944 If you feel like a memory test and ten minutes mental fun and games, cover up what appears below and try to
August 21, 1944 Problems face the Liverpool and Everton football clubs. Yes, this despite the fact that at Goodison Park on Saturday they gave a
August 19, 1944 Match: Benefit for the Lord Mayor of Liverpool War Fund, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 2-5 (1-3). Attendance: 16,228;
February 10, 1944 A. E. Higgins, the amateur outside right, who joined Everton from Tranmere Rovers, will make his debut in the Football League when,
February 5, 1944 Match: War League Cup (North), Qualifying match, at Goodison Park. Everton – Wrexham 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 14,309; Gate receipts: £955. Referee: Mr.
January 31, 1944 Players of the match. Another Merseyside Derby game goes down to history, and like most of these meetings between Liverpool and Everton,
January 29, 1944 A penalty in 65 minutes enabled Liverpool to smash Everton’s 100 percent cup record at Goodison Park, today. Everton fought back after
January 29, 1944 A penalty goal decides Goodison derby. Everton: George Burnett, George Jackson, Jack Jones, Jackie Grant, Tommy Jones, Joe Mercer, Cec Wyles, Eddie
January 29, 1944 Key note: “A penalty in 65 minutes enabled Liverpool to smash Everton’s 100 percent cup record at Goodison Park, today. Everton fought
Saturday, August 21 – 1943 Match: Benefit for Lord Mayor’s War Fund, at Anfield. Liverpool – Everton 5-2 (0-0). Attendance: 13,250; gate receipts: £946. Referee:
Friday, May 14 – 1943 Ninety minutes of the football Liverpool showed in the second half at Goodison Park on Wednesday will be sufficient to
May 13, 1943 Liverpool still have a chance to register their “hat-trick” of successes this season. Last night they won – for the second season
May 13, 1943 Although Everton won the second leg of the Liverpool Senior Cup, 3-2 at Goodison Park, last night, Liverpool take the trophy because
May 12, 1943 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup Final, Second Leg, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 3-2 (2-0). Attendance: 13,000; gate receipts: £670.
May 12, 1943 Everton and Liverpool meet in the second leg of the Liverpool Senior Cup at Goodison Park this evening. Kick-off at seven o’clock.
May 11, 1943 International stars from the four countries will be featured in the big Merseyside “Derby” match between Everton and Liverpool which will be
May 10, 1943 Liverpool lost on Saturday because they shunned pre-conceived football methods for smash-and-grab tactics. They seemed content simply to bang the ball up
May 10, 1943 Manchester United have set Liverpool a stiffish task for the second leg of the Lancashire Cup final at Maine Road next Saturday,
May 8, 1943 Match: Lancashire Cup Final, First Leg, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Manchester United 1-3 (1-2). Attendance: 12,117; gate receipts: £730. Referee:
May 6, 1943 The most gratifying feature of Liverpool’s success in the season now drawing to a close has been not the winning of the
January 15, 1943 Everton face their most important Merseyside “Derby” game of the war period tomorrow when they go to Anfield to oppose Liverpool in
Saturday, January 9 – 1943 Match: League War Cup Qualifying, Northern Section, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 18,206. Referee:
January 5, 1943 Secretary-manager Mr. George Kay, of the Reds, is busy gathering his forces for the first of the War Cup “Derby” games with
January 4, 1943 Liverpool had a terrific battle at The Racecourse before they managed to conquer Wrexham by the only goal. Dick Dorsett got the
January 2, 1943 Match: Football League, War Cup Qualifying Competition, at Racecourse Ground. Wrexham – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. A. Baker (Crewe).