Wednesday, February 9 – 1938 The Liverpool directors at their meeting lat night deferred the selection of their team to meet Huddersfield Town in the
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How a Liverpool fan robbed Everton of a talent
October 25, 1937 Willie Fagan had an unusual experience in his match for Liverpool. He played alongside a young centre named John Shafto, also making
Herman Van Den Berg transferred to Liverpool
October 18, 1937 Immediately on landing at Southampton yesterday from the Union Castle liner, Carnarvon Castle, from Capetown, Herman Van Den Berg, a 19-year-old ex-public
Liverpool sign Hall Russell’s duo
Friday, May 21 – 1937 To-day Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool F.C., visited Aberdeen and signed on George Penrose and George Paterson, the right wing
Liverpool fans calls for George Kay
Sunday, February 14 – 1937 Some of the Liverpool supporters were so upset over their team’s failure that they indulged in ironical clapping and booing
David Laing welcomed to Anfield
November 13, 1936 Mr. George Kay, the Liverpool F.C. manager, greeting David Laing, the new outside left from Forfar Athletic, on his arrival yesterday at
Jimmy McMullan was in the running for the Liverpool manager job
Monday, September 21 – 1936 Jimmy McMullan was well in the running for the managerial job at Liverpool. The directors eventually decided on George Kay,
George Kay released by Southampton
Saturday, August 8 – 1936 Southampton F.C. today decided to release Mr. George Kay, their manager, on August 20 so that he can take up
George Kay appointed new manager of Liverpool F.C.
August 7, 1936 Mr. George Kay, the former West Ham F.C. captain and the present manager of Southampton F.C. , has been appointed to the
George Kay and Albert Shelley at Cowes
April 9, 1933 Mr. J.R. Sargantson, a director of the Southampton F.C., presided at the “Football Sunday” meeting held by the Cowes and East Cowes
George Kay “ok” for Southampton
Monday, May 11 – 1931 Managerial gaps are filling up. How keen is the competition for this onerous and arduous responsibility is illustrated by the
George Kay advertise for new club
May 9, 1927 Situations wanted: GEORGE KAY, Centre half-back, West Ham United; free transfer by agreement. – Address: 35, Chester Road, Forest Gate, London, E7.
West Ham United v Liverpool 1-0 (League match: January 5, 1924)
January 5, 1924 Match: Football League, First Division, at Upton Park, kick-off: 14:30. West Ham United – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. A.H.
Stockport County v Rochdale 2-0 (League match, October 2, 1915)
October 2, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Edgley Park. Stockport County – Rochdale 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,500. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath. Stockport County
Burnley v Rochdale 4-1 (Lancashire Cup: December 7, 1914)
December 7, 1914 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Hyde Road (Manchester). Burnley – Rochdale 4-1 (3-0). Attendance: 2,000; gate receipts: £48. Referee: Mr. H. Churnside.
Irish League v Southern League 1-4 (Inter League: October 11, 1913)
October 11, 1913 International: Inter League, at Grosvenor Park. Irish League v Southern League 1-4 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. T. Dougary (Glasgow) Irish League
English League v Irish League 4-0 (Inter League: October 16, 1911)
October 16, 1911 International match: Inter League, at Anfield. Football League – Irish League 4-0 (1-0). Attendance: 12,000. Football League (2-3-5): Albert Iremonger (Notts County),
Bolton Wanderers Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 1-0 (League match: October 1, 1910)
October 1, 1910 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-0 (0-0). Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Hugh Edmonds, William Stott, Jack
Bolton Wanderers Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 2-1 (League match: December 25, 1909)
December 25, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000. Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Matt Kingsley, William
Liverpool Reserves v Bolton Wanderers Reserves 4-3 (League match: September 8, 1909)
September 8, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Bolton Wanderers Reserves 4-3 (2-2). Attendance: 3,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Gus Beeby, Tom Rogers, John
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