Thursday, July 3 – 1952 Liverpool, pioneers in bringing South African footballers to this country, will have another Springbok on their staff next season. He
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German U-Boats can not stop Liverpool F.C. player’s bride-to-be
Friday, May 23 – 1941 Torpedoed, She Awaits Next Ship. When a U-boat torpedoed the liner on which she was sailing overseas to be married,
Liverpool F.C.’s Herman Van den Berg back in South Africa
Tuesday, October 22 – 1940 Herman van den Berg, Liverpool’s South African winger, will regain his amateur status on August 5 next year, the South
Liverpool football in Dunkirk epic
Tuesday, June 25 – 1940 His vessel defied non-stop bombing. Liverpool Football Club’s full back, Jim Harley – now Seaman Harley of the Royal Navy
New Brighton v Liverpool 0-0 (War time, League match)
Saturday, June 1 – 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Rake Lane, kick-off: 15:15. New Brighton – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr.
Liverpool team for Rakers test
May 31, 1940 So there remains something to strive for, and I can see Liverpool going all out against the Rakers. Who will have Alf
Penalty winner for Liverpool
May 27, 1940 Liverpool and Manchester City provided a Regional game of the highest order. In peace-time 60,000 or 70,000 people would have been enraptured.
Liverpool v Manchester City 3-2 (League match: May 25, 1940)
May 25, 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool – Manchester City 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. A.E. Smith (Liverpool).
Lancashire “Derby” for Liverpool
May 24, 1940 Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool has been busy all the week seeking players to complete a representative side to oppose Manchester
Reds at Chester
May 17, 1940 Liverpool will again have the aid of Brown and Guttridge, their guest-artists from Aston Villa and Huddersfield, for tomorrow’s Western Regional game
May 14, 1940 Everton won the Liverpool Cup for the 26th time; in fact, they made so sure of it in the first 19 minutes
Everton v Liverpool 6-3 (Liverpool Cup: May 13, 1940)
May 13, 1940 Match: Liverpool Cup, final, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 6-3 (4-1). Attendance: 5,834. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans. Everton (2-3-5):
Stan Palk to make his debut
May 1, 1940 The Liverpool side to go to Oldham for a friendly on Saturday includes Nivvy at centre-forward and Brown of Huddersfield, at centre-half.
Blackpool Reserves at Anfield
April 11, 1940 Liverpool Reserves, who play Blackpool, at Anfield, on Saturday, at 3 o’clock, will field the following: – Eric Mansley, Kenneth Seddon, Ray
Liverpool at Crewe Alexandra
March 21, 1940 Liverpool visit Crewe Alexandra in a Western Regional game and another good display is anticipated. A number of changes have been made
Southport beaten at Liverpool.
March 4, 1940 Five for Liverpool. Liverpool made their way through to the last stage of the Liverpool Cup by a convincing 5-1 victory against
Liverpool v Southport 5-1 (Liverpool Cup: March 2, 1940)
March 2, 1940 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, semi-final, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:10. Liverpool – Southport 5-1 (2-1). Attendance: 1,500 at start, increasing to 4,000. Referee:
Jack Balmer returns for Liverpool
March 1, 1940 Everton and Liverpool, already engaged to meet in one cup semi-final, have a great chance tomorrow of coming together in a cup-final.
Strong Liverpool Reserves against Oakmere
January 11, 1940 Liverpool have chosen a very strong Reserve side to play against Oakmere at Anfield, on Saturday, in the Liverpool Challenge Cup. Apart
New Year’s Day matches
Saturday, December 30 – 1939 Liverpool have chosen the following eleven for their Regional match against Crewe, at Anfield, on New Year’s Day: – Eric
Liverpool team v. Crewe
Friday, December 29 – 1939 Liverpool will have only two of their Army players for Monday’s Western Regional match at Anfield against Crewe Alexandra. The
Out for “the double”
Friday, December 29 – 1939 Preston North End will be anxious to complete a friendly “double” over Liverpool at Deepdale. The clubs met a couple
Everton’s holiday double against the Reds
Wednesday, December 27 – 1939 Had anyone six months ago prep healed the time would come when a Christmas gate between Everton and Liverpool would
Everton v Liverpool 2-1 (War time, friendly match)
Tuesday, December 26 – 1939 Match: Friendly, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 14:30. Everton – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 8,572. Everton (2-3-5): Ted Sagar (C), George
Liverpool v Everton 2-3 (War time, friendly match)
Monday, December 25 – 1939 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 11:30. Liverpool – Everton 2-3 (2-0). Attendance: 7,679. Liverpool (2-3-5): Dirk Kemp, Tommy Cooper, Bernard
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