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
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
May 9, 1915 In the West of Scotland there were few better known personalities in the world of football than the late Tom Watson, manager
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which took place yesterday afternoon,
April 24, 1915 Best International side Scotland ever turned out. Lord Rosebery’s tribute to the players. The one ground Alick Raisbeck disliked. I have already
October 6, 1906 Match: Glasgow Cup, Final, at Ibrox Park. Celtic – Third Lanark 3-2 (1-2). Attendance: 40,000; gate receipts: £1,081. Referee: Mr. John Lewis
April 29, 1904 For the benefit match at Roker Park to-morrow between the veteran representatives of Sunderland and Newcastle United two very strong teams have
October 25, 1902 Match: Glasgow Cup, Final, at Ibrox Park. Third Lanark – Celtic 3-0 (1-0). Referee: Mr. W. Baillie (Edinburgh). Attendance: 20,000; gate receipts:
February 15, 1902 International: Inter League, at Dens Park. Scottish League – Irish League 3-0 (1-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. Charles Sutcliffe (Rawtenstall, English League).
May 23, 1901 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, replay, at the Glasgow Exhibition Sports Enclosure, kick-off: 18:15. Third Lanark – Celtic 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 7,000.
May 9, 1901 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, replay, at the Glasgow Exhibition Sports Enclosure. Third Lanark – Celtic 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr.
April 30, 1900 Match: Gloucestershire Cup, Final, at Bristol. Bedminster – Bristol City 3-1 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. Tom Armitt (Leek). Bedminster (2-3-5): George
Thursday, April 12 – 1900 It is rumoured that Hugh Wilson, of Bedminster, and late of Sunderland, is going to play for Liverpool next season.
Monday, March 19 – 1900 The team to represent the Anglo-Scots at Cathkin Park on Wednesday night is a particularly strong one, but it is
February 18, 1899 Match: Football League, First Division, at Olive Grove. The Wednesday – Sunderland 0-1. Attendance: 12,000. The Wednesday (2-3-5): Jimmy Massey, Jack Earp,
December 9, 1898 Hugh Wilson, Sunderland. (Source: Lichfield Mercury: December 9, 1898)
September 12, 1898 This match was played on Saturday on the new ground of the Sunderland Club, being the first contest decided on the ground.
September 10, 1898 Match: Football League, First Division, at Roker Park, kick-off: 15:30. Sunderland – Liverpool 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. J. Fox. Sunderland
April 28, 1898 Match: International, Benefit for Unions’ Benevolent Fund, at Ibrox Park. Scottish Footballers’ Union – English Footballers’ Union 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000; gate
January 22, 1898 Key note: “Liverpool are picking up somewhat. To run Sunderland to a goal on the banks of the Wear is no mean
December 27, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 14:10. Liverpool – Sunderland 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 25,000.. Referee: Mr. J. H. Strawson.
Wednesday, August 11 – 1897 Ned Doig and Hugh Wilson, the Sunderland Club players, were the recipients of silver tea and coffee services each on
April 3, 1897 International: British Championship, at Crystal Palace, kick.off: 16:00. England – Scotland 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 33,715. Referee: Mr. R.T. Gough (Oswestry and Welsh
March 22, 1897 Match: International match: Scotland international trial, at Tynecastle. Home Scots – Anglo Scots 1-2. Attendance: 5,000. The Home Scots Eleven: John Patrick
March 2, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Newcastle Road. Sunderland – Burnley 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000. Sunderland (2-3-5): Ned Doig, Robert McNeill, Donald