All articles about Tommy Cooper on PlayUpLiverpool. About Tommy Cooper: “He became recognised as one of the most brilliant full-backs in the game. Always a
December 18, 1937 Name Birthplace Height Weight Goalkeepers A.J. Riley South Africa 6 ‘ 1 12 ‘ 0 A. Hobson Horden 5 ‘ 10 1/2
October 2, 1937 Arthur Riley Goalkeeper; South Africa; 6ft. 1in. and 12st. Alf Hobson Goalkeeper; Horden; 5ft. 10½in. and 12st. 3lb. Tom Flower Goalkeeper; Liverpool;
December 12, 1936 Name Birthplace Height Weight Goalkeepers A.J. Riley South Africa 6 ‘ 1 1/2 12 ‘ 10 A. Hobson Horden 5 ‘ 10
Monday, August 1 – 1927 Crewe Alexandra are depending largely upon last season’s team. Of the four new men, three will figure in the forward
Monday, April 4 – 1918 The principal feature of the match between Liverpool and Burslem Port Vale, at Hanley, was a piquant little incident, probably
September 13, 1917 Just as we go to press I have information that Bolton have whipped up an “extra special” side for Liverpool’s visit. Fay
September 3, 1917 Your ain fireside was very tempting on Saturday, no doubt. That was one reason why the crowds at the opening games of
September 3, 1918 Last season’s champions of the Lancashire section opened the present campaign with a very creditable victory over Burslem Port Vale on Saturday.
September 1, 1917 Key note: “Last season’s champions of the Lancashire section opened the present campaign with a very creditable victory over Burslem Port Vale
September 9, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Recreation Ground, Hanley. Burslem Port Vale – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. R. McLachlan; linesmen: Messrs.
April 4, 1914 Match: Birmingham Senior Cup, Final, at Old Recreation Ground (Hanley). Port Vale – Stoke 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 17,000; gate receipts: £608. Port
October 13, 1902 If there is a referee who covers ground quicker than any other, he is Mr. A.J. Barker. This is his own oft-expressed
December 29, 1897 The officials for the English Cup ties on the 29th prox. Are now completed, and are as follows, the first named being