December 10, 1934 FA Cup – Third round draw The draw for the third round of the FA Cup (to be played on Saturday, January
All articles about Herbert Chapman on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Herbert Chapman: Born: January 19, 1878: Kiveton Park, Yorkshire, England. Passed away: January 6, 1934: Hendon, Middlesex,
December 26, 1930 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:00. Liverpool – Grimsby Town 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 36,203. Referee: Mr. Arnold Josephs; linesmen:
December 25, 1930 Match: Football League, First Division, at Blundell Park, kick-off: 11:00. Grimsby Town – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 18,564. Referee: Mr. A. Josephs.
October 13, 1930 Mr. John McKenna presided at a meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League, held at Euston Hotel, this morning. Benefits
February 5, 1930 The Liverpool directors last night decided to rely upon the same side that was defeated by the lowly-placed Grimsby Town last week
February 1, 1930 Match: Football League, First Division, at Blundell Park, kick-off: 15:00. Grimsby Town – Liverpool 3-2 (2-0). Attendance: 11,184. Referee: Mr. A. Josephs.
Saturday, January 19 – 1929 It is only to be expected that the immutable laws of nature should now be taking liberal toll of football
Monday, August 22 – 1927 Bury have benefited by the lessons of last season, when the misfortunes they experienced found them inadequately served in the
Monday, August 1 – 1927 Accrington Stanley do not desire to risk re-election for a second time, and have made practically a complete clearance of
June 1, 1925 Swansea Town: Harry Morris, inside forward (from Millwall); Brentford: Alan Noble, outside right (Leeds United); Wolverhampton Wanderers: Joe Keetley, inside left (Liverpool):
May 5, 1920 The total number of spectators at last season’s games connected with the two divisions of the Football League was nearly 17,000,000, and
All articles about David Chalmers on PlayUpLiverpool. About David Chalmers: Born: July 22 – 1891, Buckhaven, Scotland. Passed away: April 24 – 1920, Vale of
June 23, 1919 The retain and transfer lists of The Football League and Southern League have been compiled, and the figures are interesting. As to
May 24, 1919 The returns of the 20 per cent. pooling scheme as applied by the League to the subsidiary competition provide a series of
April 7, 1919 Everton, who have carried off the honours in the Lancashire Section of The League, have been solid – at times brilliant –
January 14, 1919 A conference between representatives of the Football Association, the Football League, the Southern League, and the London Combination was held in London
February 26, 1918 Private Alexander McAllister, Northumberland Fusiliers, is officially reported to have died in France through illness. McAllister, who joined up over three years
All articles about Walter Whittaker at PlayUpLiverpool. About Walter Whittaker: Born: September 20, 1878: Manchester, Lancashire. Passed away: June 3, 1917: Swansea, Wales. Position: Goalkeeper.
February 8, 1917 Billy McCracken, the Newcastle United and Irish international back, has secured a team to play a match next Saturday for the benefit
Thursday, September 7 – 1916 The application of Ronald Sewell (the ex-Burnley goalkeeper, at present connected with Grimsby Town), to the Lindsay (Lincolnshire) Military Appeal
September 4, 1915 Where there will be football Bright prospect of the Midland section clubs. Many old and new players keen on the game. The
August 31, 1915 Sergeant W.L. Miller (William Miller), of the 9th King’s Own Scottish Borderers, resided at 101 Queen Street, Dumfries. Mrs. Miller, his wife,
July 19, 1915 Important decisions, putting a ban on professional football next season, were come to at the meeting of the ruling football authorities yesterday.
Thursday, August 14 – 1913 Liverpool’s most important new man is Thomas Fairfoull, the Third Lanark half back. Another new players is Fred Staniforth, the