April 17, 1914 The Cup finalist visit Middlesbrough, and this evening they leave Lime-street by the six o’clock train for Harrogate, where they will stay
March 3, 1913 Liverpool did not enjoy the best of fortune at Newcastle-on-Tyne, as they were vanquished by a penalty goal, kicked by Frank Hudspeth
Wednesday, February 26 – 1913 Jack Parkinson, the Liverpool centre-forward, is still suffering from torn muscles of the thigh, and will be unable to assist
Monday, November 11 – 1912 Liverpool appear to be partial to four goals judging from their recent performances, and their victory at Middlesbrough affords further
December 20, 1911 The terrible scalding accident at the Blackpool Corporation Baths, Cocker Street, last Tuesday week, by which John Parkinson, the superintendent, and Isaac
January 1, 1910 Since Tuesday night, the Chelsea players have been stationed at Redcar, a well-known resort on the Yorkshire coast, where they prepared for
January 1, 1910 * Jim Harrop was sent off the field on Saturday – by Billy Hughes. The last named did not enhance his reputation
Friday, April 9 – 1909 Match: Football League, First Division, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 5-0 (2-0). Attendance: 50,000: Gate receipt: £1,290.
September 5, 1908 Alf West distracted: tooth extracted, was the trouble with Liverpool’s right back on Tuesday; Maurice Parry had knocked a heel up, and
March 2, 1908 Barrow secured a useful victory over Liverpool Reserves, the odd goal in seven being scored just in the last minute of play.
November 23, 1907 The match at Hyde Road Liverpool have generally provided a good game at Hyde Road, and their latest visit proved to be
March 2, 1907 The Anfield surprise. Surprise was writ large over those Merseysiders who visited Goodison Park in justifiable preference to Anfield upon learning that
Wednesday, February 20 – 1907 Yesterday, in Edinburgh Sheriff Court – before Sheriff Gardner Miller and a jury – a public inquiry under the Fatal
Wednesday, February 13 – 1907 Alex Raisbeck withdrew from the charity match between Mr. George Robey’s Eleven and Aston Villa due to injury and illness.
January 30, 1907 Oldham Athletic are making great preparations for their Cup tie with Liverpool, at Boundary Park, on Saturday. About one hundred tons of
Saturday, January 12 – 1907 Another Anfield accident. Despite King Frost’s disappearance, Liverpool are still pursuing the sliding process under League auspices. Their old Blackburn
September 22, 1905 Slowly but surely the Liverpool Football Club are ridding themselves of the members on the hospital list, and on Saturday Billy Dunlop
May 1, 1905 Liverpool v Burnley. Fully 10,000 persons assembled at Anfield to witness the last League match of the season, and Liverpool won by
January 9, 1904 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Owlerton, kick-off: 14:30. Sheffield Wednesday – Liverpool 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 14,000. Referee: Mr. J. Adams (Birmingham).
Wednesday, November 11 – 1903 Tom J. Robertson, full back of the Southampton Club, who is well known as the old Stoke and Liverpool player,
Thursday, November 3 – 1903 ** During the past couple of seasons knee injuries have robbed Liverpool of several fine forwards, notably George Bowen, the
May 21, 1903 The directors of the Liverpool club, in addition to satisfying the claims of the North Riding Infirmary, Middlesbrough, for the maintenance during
September 20, 1902 George Bowen, the ex-Wolverhampton Wanderer, who was secured by Liverpool twelve months ago at a big figure, and broke down so badly
August 28, 1902 Few changes of any consequence have been made by the Liverpool Club. Last season the in-and-out performances of the players caused considerable
February 1, 1901 Patrick Gray, the old Partick and Liverpool half back, who is now assisting Grimsby Town, has been sent to Mr. Allison’s hydropathic