Friday, August 18 – 1939 Poland, the former Wrexham goalkeeper, is to keep goal for Liverpool in the Jubilee match against Everton at Anfield to-morrow.
August 16, 1939 Riley dislocates finger. May be out of game for a month. Liverpool F.C. have started the season unluckily. Their second trial has
Saturday, August 5 – 1939 Tom Morrison, the former St. Mirren, Liverpool, Sunderland and Ayr United international half-back, was at Dublin Circuit Court during last
May 29, 1939 The Liverpool tourists are having a splendid time in Sweden. Matt Busby has sent Pilot the following letter from Stockholm: “Here we
May 4, 1939 Liverpool Reserves by beating Manchester United, at Anfield, yesterday, by 2 goals to none, saved themselves the indignity of having to apply
Saturday, March 18 – 1939 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Highbury, kick-off: 15:30. Arsenal – Liverpool 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 31,495. Referee: Mr. S.E. Law.
Saturday, January 14 – 1939 Footballer loses finger-top A curious accident has led to Joe Jobling, the Charlton Athletic right half, being unable to play
Monday, January 9 – 1939 Liverpool “A”, who visited Lancaster County Mental Hospital on Saturday, were unfortunate in the first 20 minutes of the game
November 6, 1937 Key note: “Three times in arrears, Brentford beat Liverpool in a game packed with thrills. The tackling was too quick to allow
Thursday, May 6 – 1937 Our Liverpool correspondent wires: – Rather an awkward hitch has occurred over the loan of Milne, the Dundee United centre
March 22, 1936 One of the foremost leaders and legislators of the Association football game of all time, Mr. John McKenna, president of the Football
May 1, 1935 Match: Benefit for Jimmy Walsh, at St. James’ Park. Exeter City – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Exeter City (2-3-5): Liverpool (2-3-5):
Saturday, January 5 – 1935 March: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Arsenal 0-2 (0-2). Attendance: 55,794; receipts £3,380. Referee: Mr.
Thursday, January 3 – 1935 Four Liverpool players are undergoing special treatment at Harrogate for injuries. Arthur Riley, the goalkeeper, is taking baths and massage
January 13, 1934 Victor Street (38), of Crampmoor, Romsey, groundsman at the Dell, Southampton, received a severe gash on his right arm when preparing for
Tuesday, September 26 – 1933 Dixie Dean, the Everton centre-forward, was injured in the game against Arsenal, and at the moment there is some doubt
Monday, December 26 – 1932 Reserves, Central League, at Turf Moor. Burnley Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-1 (0-1). Referee: Mr. H.W. Hunt (Preston). Burnley Reserves
May 4, 1931 It was natural that Liverpool should take revenge on a club that defeated them in the early days of the season by
Wednesday, July 23 – 1930 Fears are entertained that James Jackson, the Liverpool F.C. captain and right back, will not be able to play during
Saturday, September 21 – 1929 Will Dick Edmed, of Liverpool, play for England in international games this season? Well, two seasons ago he bagged 14
October 20, 1928 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Huddersfield Town 2-3 (1-3). Attendance: 35,206. Referee: Mr. E.R. Westwood (Walsall).
Monday, August 8 – 1927 The optimism of Crystal Palace is largely due to the fact that the majority of last season’s players are again
August 1, 1927 Partick Thistle, having transferred James Gibson to Aston Villa, will not be so strong at half-back in the new season. Even the
August 1, 1927 Celtic, the Scottish Cup holders, will be just as they were. Probably the same team that played most of last season will
All articles about Charles Perry on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Charles Perry: Born: January 3, 1866: West Bromwich (Staffordshire), England. Passed away: July 2, 1927: West Bromwich