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
October 18, 1943 Liverpool completed the double “double” over Everton on Saturday to commune in leadership of the Football League (North) and make county combination
October 18, 1943 The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I preferred their
October 16, 1943 Everton included three new guest players against Liverpool in the return Merseyside “Derby” at Anfield today. They were Roberts (Bury) and Murphy
October 16, 1943 Liverpool: Alf Hobson, Jack Westby, Jeff Gulliver, Harry Kaye, Laurie Hughes, Jack Pilling, Jim Harley, Jack Balmer, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Cyril Done, Alf
October 16, 1943 Key note: “The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I
October 15, 1943 Both Liverpool and Everton will have out different teams for this return clash, but whereas Liverpool’s changes is limited to Nieuwenhuys return
October 14, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly has had a tough job getting together the Everton side for the return game with Liverpool at Anfield and
Monday, May 17 – 1943 For 66 minutes of the Lancashire Cup final at Maine-road it did not look as if Liverpool would be giving
May 15, 1943 Match: Lancashire Cup Final, Second Leg, at Maine Road. Manchester United – Liverpool 3-3 (2-1). Attendance: 9,196. Referee: Mr. Harry Holt (Rochdale).
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 The Everton-Liverpool mid-week Derby proved a worth-while innovation, and provided an acceptable football treat, without any end of the season taint about
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 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 6, 1943 Ray Lambert, Liverpool’s right back, Aubrey Powell, Leeds United, outside right, and George Murphy, Bradford City, inside right, are newcomers to the
Saturday, June 1 – 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Rake Lane, kick-off: 15:15. New Brighton – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr.
June 1, 1940 New Brighton finish the season with a visit from Liverpool, who will have the assistance of George Walton (Cardiff City), Frank Swift
May 31, 1940 So there remains something to strive for, and I can see Liverpool going all out against the Rakers. Who will have Alf
May 30, 1940 Tranmere Rovers after leading 3-1 early in the game at Anfield suffered a spate of Liverpool goals from that point onward and
May 29, 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 19:00. Liverpool – Tranmere Rovers 8-3 (1-3). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.H.E. Jones. Liverpool
May 28, 1940 Form indicates that Liverpool will complete a “double” over Tranmere and so consolidate their position ahead of the Blues in the race
May 27, 1940 The Liverpool v Manchester City clash at Anfield was one in which both teams showed no quarter and added speed and craft
May 27, 1940 Liverpool has only one big match to stage before the curtain is rung down on the season. It is the game at
Tuesday, November 7 – 1939 In this picture (left to right) are Stan Cullis (captain of Wolverhampton Wanderers), Jack Easdale (Liverpool), and George Murphy (Middlesbrough)