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Wednesday, August 7 – 1968 Three members of Liverpool’s first team pool of players missed yesterday’s full scale practice game at Anfield behind closed doors.
August 6, 1968 Liverpool’s wing wizard, Peter Thompson, is likely to have a different role than that of an orthodox winger in the coming season.
Friday, August 2 – 1968 Match: Friendly, at Boothferry Park. Hull City – Liverpool 3-5 (2-2). Attendance: 12,369. Referee: Mr. A. Fussey (Redford). Hull City:
Friday, August 2 – 1968 The shock news for Merseyside to-night with only one week from the eve of the 1968-9 football season is that
Wednesday, June 5 – 1968 Liverpool are likely to play three pre-season friendly games as part of their build-up for the start of the League
August 14, 1964 Peter Thompson, the Preston and England Under-23 forward, did not know he would be a Liverpool F.C. player to-day until he read
January 2, 1960 Key note: “Liverpool showed two very reassuring qualities in their 1-0 victory at Hull on Saturday. In the first place they created
January 1, 1960 Liverpool’s trip to Hull must be a winning one if we are to maintain the slightest glimmer of hope for Liverpool’s chances
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August 23, 1958 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1958-59: Doug Rudham Position: Goalkeeper; Signed as professional: August 18, 1955; Height: (6ft.); Weight: (12st.); Birthplace: Johannesburg;
August 24, 1957 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1957-58: Doug Rudham Position: Goalkeeper; Signed as professional: August 18, 1955; Height: (6ft.); Weight: (12st.); Birthplace: Johannesburg;
August 18, 1956 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1956-57: Alan A’Court. Signed as professional: September 24, 1952; Height: (5ft. 8½in.); Weight: (10st. 4lb.); Birthplace: Rainhill;
January 13, 1956 Crewe succeeded in their transfer bid for Les Robson, a 24-year-old outside left from Liverpool, and play him in their home game
December 7, 1955 Liverpool’s continued freedom from injuries combined with their recent improved form, is making the task of team selection almost an automatic business,
December 2, 1955 On the basis of their sparkling and devastating display against Fulham, Liverpool will be full of confidence when they tackle Port Vale
August 31, 1955 Liverpool have had to make one change for to-night’s game with Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough, as Jimmy Payne has not recovered from
August 27, 1955 Key note: “Liverpool were comfortable winners, and on this showing Arnell promises to fill the breach satisfactorily while Evans is absent. Payne
August 27, 1955 Last year Liverpool’s motto was “Promotion in one season.” Unfortunately that was not realised, and never really looked likely to be. Indeed,
August 26, 1955 The Liverpool side for the visit of Hull City shows two changes fro that defeated by Sheffield Wednesday. Arnell goes in for