September 27, 1986 Ex-chairman dies at game Harold Cartwright, former chairman of Liverpool Football Club, died at Anfield before his club’s match against Aston Villa
December 30, 1979 They wear red, but they trade in the gold and silver of success … Liverpool F.C., feared, formidable giants of British football.
May 20, 1977 The team behind the team Round the board-room table about to go into session – left to right, Sidney Cecil Reakes, Jack
July 25, 1975 Bob Paisley: Why we lost out Liverpool manager Bob Paisley last night paid a remarkable tribute to the influence 21-year-old defender Phil
Thursday, September 19 – 1968 Tony Hateley took just 85 minutes yesterday to become Britain’s first £300,000 footballer. Liverpool sold him to Coventry for £80,000.
Saturday, August 10 – 1968 For two years, Liverpool have come within an ace of adding further successes to those they achieved in the previous
Friday, July 26 – 1968 The shock resignation of Liverpool vice-chairman Harry Latham, for personal reasons, revealed on the eve of the club’s annual meeting,
July 22, 1968 Liverpool Football Club’s senior director and former chairman, Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale died yesterday. He had been on the board for 37
June 26, 1964 Liverpool F.C. directors, meeting yesterday, appointed as expected Mr. Sidney Cecil Reakes as chairman and Mr. Harold Cartwright vice-chairman following the resignation
June 25, 1964 Chairman resigns – and an Era ends An era ended for Liverpool Football Club last night. When Mr. Thomas Valentine Williams (T.V.
May 7, 1958 Liverpool F.C. players and officials leave for London on the midnight train to-morrow to undertake a tour in Spain, during which they
July 5, 1957 Light on the Anfield venture New policy outlined Optimism for season 1957-58 was the keynote of the 65th Annual General meeting of
July 6, 1956 Liverpool will seek new men for next season Aiming to reach First Division Youngsters coming on The determination of the board of
June 13, 1956 Liverpool F.C. profit shows slight decrease Transfer fees cost the club over £8,000 Gate receipts up Liverpool F.C.’s balance-sheet, issued to-day, shows
June 2, 1949 Liverpool’s £15,934 profit Last season’s support reaches record level Liverpool F.C. made a profit of £15,934 on last year’s working, when their