All articles about Herbert Craik on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Herbert Craik: Born: 1881: in Forfar (Angus), in Scotland. Passed away: July, 1965: White River, South Africa.
September 1, 1904 For the benefit and pleasure of readers of the programme I append the names of the Liverpool players, and a brief summary.
Wednesday, June 1 – 1904 Herbert Craik, ex-Forfar, Greenock Morton, and Liverpool half back, has been transferred to the Hearts. Craik was secured by Liverpool
March 5, 1904 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Padiham 10-0 (7-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Peter Platt, Charlie Wilson, John McLean, Charles Morgan,
January 2, 1904 For a team that has time and again proved itself capable of achieving great things on the field of football, Liverpool has
October 10, 1903 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Oswaldtwistle. Oswaldtwistle Rovers – Liverpool Reserves 8-1 (6-1). Oswaldtwistle Rovers (2-3-5): Gaskell, W. Cunliffe, Richard Hargreaves, Bryan, Halstead,
October 3, 1903 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Preston North End 0-0 (0-0). Referee: Mr. H. Churnside. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Hastie, John
October 1, 1903 (Nottingham Goose Fair) Match: Football League, First Division, at Trent Bridge, kick-off: 15:15. Notts County – Liverpool 4-2 (1-1). Attendance: 10,000. Referee:
September 26, 1903 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – West Bromwich 1-3 (0-3). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. A.J.H. Strawson; linesmen:
September 5, 1903 Liverpool have secured Frederick Buck and John Chadburn, two clever forwards from West Bromwich Albion, Herbert Craik, a brilliant man from Greenock
August 24, 1903 The players who have been secured to fill the vacancies caused by the secession of such old familiar figures as William Goldie,
August 24, 1903 The first practice of Liverpool Football Club took place at Anfield in wet weather last evening. The League eleven opposed the reserve
August 22, 1903 Liverpool have lost at least four first-class men in William Goldie, John Glover, Sam Raybould, and George Livingston, the first three of
August 22, 1903 Liverpool are beginning the season with a highly-experimental team. Three veteran players have left in Sam Raybould, John Glover, and William Goldie;
August 10, 1903 Don McCallum, late of Liverpool and Queen’s Park will play for Greenock Morton. He was transferred in connection with the departure of
May 23, 1903 Herbert Craik, of Greenock, and George Martin and John McLean, of Vale of Leven, have signed on for the Liverpool Football Club.