August 27, 1956 Frank Lockey, the 21-years-old outside left whom Liverpool signed on full-time forms last week from Duntocher Hibs, a Glasgow Junior team, is
All articles about Henry Beveridge on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Henry Beveridge: Born: January 2, 1888: in Longriggend (Lanarkshire), in Scotland. Passed away: August 20, 1956: in
August 18, 1956 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1956-57: Alan A’Court. Signed as professional: September 24, 1952; Height: (5ft. 8½in.); Weight: (10st. 4lb.); Birthplace: Rainhill;
All articles about Frank McGarvey on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Frank McGarvey: Born: March 17, 1956: Glasgow, Scotland. Position: Forward. Height: Weight: Career: St. Rochs: Signed: January
All articles about William McCann on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William McCann: Born: February 5, 1871: Glasgow, in Scotland. Passed away: March 5, 1955: Liverpool, in England.
Monday, July 14 – 1952 Willie Fagan, whom Liverpool placed on the open-to-transfer list at the end of last season, is to become player-manager of
August 18, 1951 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1951-52: Charles Ashcroft Position: Goalkeeper; Birthplace: Chorley; Signed as professional: December 29, 1943; Previous club: Eccleston Juniors.
Born: 1885: Glasgow, Scotland. Passed away: August, 1951 Career: Huddersfield Town. The Wednesday. Sunderland. Ayr United. Manager: Ayr United. Manager: Cowdenbeeath. Height: (5ft. 8 1/2in.);
July 18, 1948 Holidaying at his Glasgow home before going South is Joe Cadden, Scots junior who turned senior by way of the United States.
All articles about John Campbell on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Campbell: Born: September 15, 1871: Glasgow, Scotland. Passed away: December 2, 1947: Scotland. Position: Centre forward.
January 17, 1945 The death took place yesterday at his home in Glasgow of Mr. James W. Welford, a native of Barnard Castle and former
August 12, 1944 Jackie Paterson (Glasgow), world flyweight champion, and Ronnie Clayton (Blackpool) meet in the final eliminating contest for the British Empire bantam weight
July 17, 1944 Jackie Paterson, Glasgow, the world flyweight boxing champion, has agreed to meet Ronnie Clayton, Blackpool, in the bantam-weight championships’ eliminating contest at
December 6, 1943 With 228 as against 256 a year ago, entries closed today for the Powderhall New Year £100 sprint, which is to be
Tuesday, October 18 – 1943 After the complete failure of the Scottish attack against England last Saturday it seems odds on that the Scottish selectors
All articles about Thomas Wyllie on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Thomas Wyllie: Born: April 5, 1870: Maybole (Ayrshire), Scotland. Passed away: July 28, 1943: Glasgow, Scotland. **
Wednesday July 15 – 1942 The Football Association yesterday issued a list of representative matches arranged for the 1942-43 season. War charities will benefit from
All articles about Robert Campbell on PlayUpLiverpool. About Robert Campbell: Born: January 27 – 1883, Ellon. Passed away: May 31 – 1942, Glasgow. Position: Right
January 11, 1940 At the start of the season Southport F.C. bought a new set of alternative colours in Glasgow Celtic style – green hoops
Wednesday, September 6 – 1939 Contracts between clubs and professionals suspended. The English Football League and the Scottish Football Association held separate meetings yesterday and
April 15, 1939 International: British Championship 1938-39, Hampden Park (Glasgow). Scotland – England 1-2 (1-0). Attendance: 149,269. Referee: Mr. William Hamilton (Northern Ireland FA). Scotland
All articles about William Michael on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Willie Michael: “A clever little forward of the ‘nippy’ variety was Michael, who used to play for
All articles about Hugh Morgan on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Hugh Morgan: “As a player he is a master in the art of combination, is most unselfish,
Wednesday, June 1 – 1938 Jake Kilrain, of Glasgow, the British welterweight champion, is to defend his title against Ernie Roderick, of Liverpool, at Anfield
May 2, 1938 The first professional “ticket” for a Hampden favourite is announced. Bill Kinghorn, Queen’ Park outside left, signed last night for Liverpool. Manager