Twentyman in media. About Geoff Twentyman: Born: January 19 – 1930, in Brampton, in England. Passed away: February 16 – 2004, in Southport, in England.
All articles about Walker Hampson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Walker Hampson: Born: July 24, 1889: Radcliffe (Lancashire), England. Passed away: 1959: Bury (Lancashire), England. Position: Half-back.
Saturday, October 24 – 1953 When Frank Christie was transferred from Liverpool to East Fife in January 1951 for £8,000 he little realised that one
Thursday, August 9 – 1945 Latest news from the Anfield camp is that Liverpool have signed one of their amateur players on a professional form.
April 7, 1945 Private George Gladwin, the Manchester United half-back, has been wounded in the right leg while fighting in Burma with the Royal Berkshire
February 25, 1945 Death of a former Brechin footballer The death occurred in Brechin Infirmary to-day of one of Brechin’s best known personalities, Mr. Frank
August 15, 1944 How an English and a German professional footballer exchanged reminiscences in a minefield in Normandy, is disclosed by Lieut. Edwin Spicer, Liverpool
Friday, April 23 – 1943 An unexpected treat is offered to football fans on Easter Monday, when strong sides will meet at the Stadium, New
Thursday, January 21 – 1943 Eric Keen, the former Derby County half-back, who has played for Liverpool will make his first appearance for Millwall at
April 23, 1942 I regret to announce the death, which took place, yesterday in Walton Hospital, of John Borthwick, the former Everton half-back. John Borthwick
Tuesday, April 14 – 1942 Bill Shankly, Preston North End and Scottish international halfback football star, agreed to the new role but was a little
Wednesday, August 30 – 1939 Dundee United made another addition last night. On the the previous evening they signed John Hutton, inside right, from Broughty
Wednesday, August 9 – 1939 George Milligan, Everton’s wing half-back, won the club bowling tournament at Ellesmere Port, yesterday, when the players went for their
Saturday, August 5 – 1939 Tom Morrison, the former St. Mirren, Liverpool, Sunderland and Ayr United international half-back, was at Dublin Circuit Court during last
Friday, August 4 – 1939 No sooner had Archie Clark, the former Everton and Tranmere Rovers half-back, been appointed manager of Gillingham, the Southern League
Wednesday, December 14 – 1938 C.E. Williams, a half back with a big reputation in the north has joined the Athenian Leaguers, Hayes. He had
Registered players for Larne Football Club, season 1937-38: Wesley Allen, Position: Forward; Harold Birch, Position: Half-back; William Black, Position: Forward; James Bradley, Position: Forward; Norman
Wednesday, November 6 – 1935 Sunderland yesterday secured the transfer from Liverpool of Tom Morrison, their Scottish international half back. Morrison, who joined Liverpool during
Friday, March 1 – 1935 Tom Morrison, Liverpool’s Scottish international half back, has been suspended by his club for a further period of fourteen days.
All articles about Levy Thorpe on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Levy Thorpe: Born: November 18, 1889: Seaham Harbour, England. Passed away: February 26, 1935: Blackpool (Lancashire), England.
Wednesday, October 18 – 1933 A junior half-back, H.A. Edwards, of Wallasey, who made 14 appearances with Burnley Reserve last season, has joined Liverpool with
September 6, 1930 The best half-back playing in the Birmingham League is Harry Chambers, of Oakengates. Harry is player-manager of the side. (Derby Daily Telegraph:
Friday, November 8 – 1929 Football methods by Tom Morrison, Liverpool’s international half-back. T. Morrison is one of the “regulars” of the Liverpool team, having
Tuesday, November 27 – 1928 Carlisle United have made an addition to their half-back strength by signing J.W. Miller, a wing half from Crewe Alexandra.
Saturday, January 14 – 1928 It looks as though Liverpool made a big error of judgment when they allowed Wm. Findlay to leave their half