All articles about Hugh McQueen on PlayUpLiverpool.com. Born: October 1, 1867: Harthill (Lanarkshire), Scotland. Passed away: April 8, 1944: Norwich (Norfolk), England. Position: Outside left.
April 8, 1944 Mr. Hugh McQueen, who played for Liverpool, Queen’s Park Rangers, and Derby County, for whom he appeared in two cup finals, died
November 21, 1927 There are men in football today who have spent a life-time in the game – forty, fifty years of more. It is
February 19, 1923 After careful examination of an extraordinary number of applications for the post of team-manager to the Liverpool Association Club, now threatening to
January 20, 1919 The President of the Football League, Mr. John McKenna, greatly distinguished himself in the interview with the professional players. To conduct an
October 14, 1911 Reserves: Central League, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool Reserves – Lincoln City 1-1 (0-0). Referee: Mr. H.H. Taylor; linesmen: Messrs.: E. Whittle
August 4, 1908 Hugh McQueen, brother of Mr. Matt McQueen, will act as trainer to the Norwich City team. He was a rare good outside
Wednesday, January 23 – 1907 Footballers will regret to learn of the tragic death of Willie Walker, the veteran Leith Athletic player which took place
January 13, 1905 The Hibs yesterday added to their list Hugh McQueen, of Leith and Derby County, who was recently tried by Kilmarnock. He figured
September 30, 1904 The Kilmarnock officials have been on the lookout for a couple of big forwards, as their front rank, while clever enough, has
April 25, 1903 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Northolme (Gainsborough). Gainsborough Trinity – Glossop 1-1. Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. F. Bye; Linesmen: Messrs: A.E.
August 7, 1902 An old Liverpool and Derby County favourite, Hugh McQueen, who spent last season with Queen’s Park Rangers, has recently thrown in his
December 25, 1900 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:00. Liverpool – Derby County 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. R. Roberts. Liverpool
December 23, 1899 Match: Football League, First Division, Gigg Lane. Bury – Derby County 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. West (Lincoln). Bury (2-3-5): Fred
April 16, 1898 Match: English FA Cup, Final, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:30. Nottingham Forest – Derby County 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 62,017. Referee: Mr. John
October 23, 1897 Match: Football League 1st Division, at Anfield, kick off: 15:15. Liverpool – Derby County 4-2 (2-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. J. Tunnicliffe.
October 23, 1897 The League – Division 1. Liverpool v Derby County, at Anfield-road. Kick-off at 3.15 p.m. The following will play for Liverpool –
December 19, 1896 Match: Football League, First Division, at Baseball Ground, kick-off: 14:15. Derby County – Liverpool 3-2 (2-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. J. Fox.
December 9, 1895 The difficulty of weighing up and locating the causes of the poor form of Liverpool is becoming a task almost beyond the
September 16, 1895 Liverpool followed up their exceptionally clever performance at Nottingham by another brilliant win at home. As showing the appreciation of the efforts
August 7, 1895 Both Jimmy Stevenson and John Miller are Clyde men, and played for that famous Scotch team last season. Miller is a forward
July 29, 1895 Forwards: Alex Bell, from Parkhead to Bury; John Aitken, from Dumfries to Newton Heath; George Allan, from Leith Athletic to Liverpool; Sammy
July 10, 1895 A meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held at the Colonade Hotel, Birmingham, yesterday. There were present –
June 22, 1895 Liverpool possess sixteen players of undoubted ability, most of whom have been severely tried and not found wanting. They do not intend
June 12, 1895 Supporters of the Derby County F.C. will be gratified to learn that the negotiations which have been proceeding with Liverpool and Aston