Tag: Harry Bradshaw

Flag at half-mast at the Memorial Grounds.

Saturday, January 6 – 1900 Bradshaw, the ex-captain of Thames Ironworks, whose sudden death is reported, was a brilliant player, his usual position being at outside left. He originally played for Liverpool, and whilst assisting that team played for England against Ireland. He subsequently joined the Tottenham Hotspur […]

Some more lines on Harry Bradshaw

December 30, 1899 Sorry am I am to hear of the death of Harry Bradshaw, the well-known footballer. A local paper, by the way, said he was “well-known,” although, judging from the brevity of its biography, the knowledge was not in that office. Bradshaw was a Liverpool lad, […]

Inquiry into the death of Harry Bradshaw

December 28, 1899 Mr. Alfred Hodgkinson, coroner, held an inquiry at St. Paul’s Schoolroom, Tottenham, respecting the death of Thomas Henry Bradshaw, aged twenty six years, the well known international footballer, and captain of the Thames Ironworks Football Club, who died suddenly at his residence, 5, Shelbourne Road, […]

The death of Harry Bradshaw

December 25, 1899 Death of Harry Bradshaw – Footballers all over the country will regret to hear of the death of Harry Bradshaw. An English international. Bradshaw was one of the most brilliant of the Northern band of players who have made Southern League football so popular during […]

Harry Bradshaw married

September 4, 1897 Congratulations to Harry Bradshaw upon his joining the noble army of Benedicts. Should he prove as good a husband as he undoubtedly is a footballer the young lady of his choice will find that she has god a “gem of the purest ray serene.” Good […]

Portsmouth recruiting in Liverpool

Wednesday, May 3 – 1899 Mr. Frank Brettell, formerly a well-known figure in Liverpool football circles, has been busily engaged in this city during the last few days seeking recruits for the Portsmouth club, of which he was recently appointed the secretary. We understand that he has secured […]

South v North 1-3 (International trial: February 1, 1899)

February 1, 1899 Match: International trial, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:15. South – North 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott (Derby); linesmen: Messrs. A. Davis (Great Marlow) and W.H. Bellamy (Lincolnshire). South (2-3-5): Jack Robinson (Southampton), George Barker (Bristol City), William John Oakley (Corinthians), Bernard Middleditch […]

Harry Bradshaw secured by Tottenham Hotspur

May 6, 1898 Mr. Frank Brettell, a well-known figures in Liverpool football circles, and who has lately been appointed manager of the Tottenham Hotspur Club, has just paid a visit to Liverpool and secured the services of Harry Bradshaw, the old international left winger, for next season. A […]

Liverpool v Bury 2-2 (League match: March 31, 1898)

March 31, 1898 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 17:00. Liverpool – Bury 2-2 (1-2). Attendance: 3,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Harry Storer; Archie Goldie, Billy Dunlop; Barney Battles, John Holmes, Thomas Cleghorn; Fred Geary, Andy McCowie, Robert Colvin, Frank Becton, Harry Bradshaw. Bury (2-3-5): Archie Montgomery; Jack […]

Liverpool F.C. victorious in the FA cup

January 29, 1898 Owing to the great counter attraction at Goodison Park there was just a mere handful of spectators at Anfield Road to witness the English Cup-tie. The Liverpudlians were distinctly fortunate in being drawn against such an unknown quantity as Hucknall St. Johns – that is, […]

Liverpool at Aston Villa

October 30, 1897 The League – Division 1. Liverpool v Aston Villa, Birmingham. Kick off at three o’clock. The following will play for Liverpool – Harry Storer, goal; Matt McQueen and Tom Wilkie, backs; John McCartney, Thomas Cleghorn, and John Holmes, half backs; Robert Marshall, William Walker, Daniel […]

A capital performance by Liverpool

October 25, 1897 Liverpool were again favoured with delightful weather for the first of their League engagements with Derby County, and another capital attendance witnessed the success of the home players, which, with its attendant, couple of points, places Liverpool in a highly satisfactory position in the tabulated […]

Everton were much the better team

October 18, 1897 The second of the annual struggle for supremacy between the two premier teams of the city, ended in as decisive a fashion as its predecessor, with this important differences that the vanquished in the first game being now conquers. This changes was manifested to an […]