Friday, February 9 – 1945 Liverpool may repeat an experiment which showed such a success last season, when they face Everton in the return North
Wednesday, February 7 – 1945 Maurice Lindley will be at centre-half for Everton against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday – his first appearance since January
February 3, 1945 Match: Football League, War Cup, Qualifying, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 4-1 (2-0). Attendance: 26,780. Referee: Mr. G. Twist
Friday, February 2 – 1945 Though the heavy call on our internationals effect the teams for the Everton – Liverpool Cup-tie at Goodison Park, it
Friday, February 2 – 1945 Everton go into the “Derby” in the knowledge that they need only one point to make certain of qualifying for
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 8, 1943 Merseyside’s third big “Derby” game of the season between Everton and Liverpool will be staged at Goodison Park tomorrow. It will be
September 21, 1942 There was more drama packed into the ninety minutes of the Merseyside “Derby” between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park on Saturday
September 21, 1942 The return “Liverton” Derby was better than many pre-war games between these two old rivals. And what a finish – a finish
September 19, 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:15. Everton – Liverpool 4-4 (3-1). Attendance: 17,000. Referee: Mr. H. Holt (Rochdale).
September 18, 1942 Everton will be favourites tomorrow, and that is an occasion when I think the favourites will turn up. There was no disputing
September 18, 1942 Tomorrow’s return game, between Everton and Liverpool, at Goodison Park, has all that it takes to make a first-class exhibition. Let us
September 14, 1942 Billy Liddell, Liverpool’s 19-year-old wing forward, will play for Scotland in the big game with England at the Empire Stadium, Wembley, on
September 12, 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 17,131; gate receipts: £1,049. Referee: Mr. R.A.
September 11, 1942 The first game this season between Liverpool and Everton come earlier than usual, which is perhaps advantageous from some angles, and I
September 11, 1942 The first of the big Merseyside “Derby” matches constitutes the feature of tomorrow’s sports parade when we see practically the wind-up of
June 1, 1942 The meeting of Liverpool and Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final at Anfield provided a thrilling finish to the season’s programme
May 30, 1942 Key note: “The meeting of Liverpool and Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final at Anfield provided a thrilling finish to the
November 3, 1941 Though football finance isn’t of any great consequence these days –except to clubs and directors guaranteeing overdrafts – it is worth noting
November 3, 1941 Everton came out of the Derby game a goal better than their neighbours, Liverpool, for in the return match at Goodison Park,
November 1, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Goodison Park. Everton – Liverpool 5-3 (2-2). Attendance: 14,549; gate receipt: £810. Referee: Mr. J.N. Brown
Saturday, May 31 – 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00 Liverpool – Everton 2-2 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. J.M.Brown (Ormskirk).