January 3, 1949 While the Liverpool players, after their good win at Sunderland, were resting to-day, Albert Stubbins, the English international centre forward, who still
Tuesday, November 7 – 1944 Liverpool are making an effort to secure the services of Matt Busby, their captain and post-war coach for the return
Monday, January 9 – 1939 Herman Van den Berg, Liverpool’s South African outside-left, who underwent an operation for cartilage removal just before Christmas, resumed training
Saturday, December 30 – 1933 Liverpool are in difficulties through injuries. The club has been unable to date to select their side to play Wolverhampton.
Saturday, November 22 – 1924 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool – Leeds United 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. H.V.
January 17, 1922 The funeral took place at Nuneaton of Mr. Peter Platt, a licensed victualler, who was formerly a well-known Association goalkeeper, playing for
Wednesday, January 11 – 1922 Match: Football League, FA Cup, First Round, replay, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Sunderland 5-0 (1-0). Attendance: 46,000; gate
July 27, 1918 David Murray, a famous Scottish footballer, aged 26, has died from influenza. He was a native of Slamannan, and was playing for
Tuesday, December 20 – 1910 I hear on good authority that Tom Miller, the man Liverpool obtained from Greenock Morton, has been suffering from an
Thursday, September 22 – 1910 Liverpool resume their contests under First League auspices on Saturday at Hyde-road, and a stern tussle is bound to result.
December 12, 1908 Well done, Liverpool! The forlorn hope succeeded where others had not only failed but had been heavily repulsed. To Saturday Sheffield Wednesday
December 5, 1908 Liverpool can scarcely expect to gain championship honours unless their luck changes. Look at the following list: – Sam Hardy. – Seriously
February 21, 1908 We have to record the death of a local football player in England. Andrew (better known as ‘Ned’) Ramsay belonged to the
September 2, 1907 The opening day. The opening day of the 1907-08 season has dawned at last. This season it is the second not the
February 25, 1907 To satisfactorily fill the position usually occupied by such an artist as Alex Raisbeck, the Liverpool centre half, is a truly difficult
October 30, 1901 The following communication has been issued from the Local Government Board: “Some half-dozen cases of illness occurred at Liverpool at the end
November 24, 1898 Ned Doig, the goalkeeper, has this week been confined to bed through the effects of an attack of influenza. It appears that
February 8, 1892 Mr. John Houlding, at the last meeting of the Everton Committee, forwarded a request that he should be allowed to have the