All articles about Robert Glasset on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Bob Glassey: Born: August 13, 1914: Chester-le-Street, in England. Passed away: 1984. Position: Inside left. Height: 180cm.
All articles about John Drummond on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Drummond: “Johnny Drummond is a grand young player. He has a cool and finished style, passes
All articles about Chris Harrington on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Chris Harrington: “Harrington is a well-made youngster, speedy, clever in the dribble, a daring shot for an
All articles about Joe Hewitt on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Joe Hewitt: “Although he has played centre forward this season, this is not his favourite post. One
All articles about William Lacey on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Lacey: “He possesses an intelligent idea of the requirements of an inside forward, and when once
Wednesday, November 17 – 1965 Injury hit Cardiff call up John Toshack, 16, an apprentice professional at inside left for tonight’s League Cup quarter final
All articles about Wally Hardinge on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Wally Hardinge: Born: February 25, 1886; Greenwich, England. Passed away: May 8, 1965; Cambridge, England. Position: Inside
All articles about Dick Forshaw on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Dick Forshaw: “One of the most versatile players in the game is this Widnes-born man, who graduated
All articles about Sam Bowyer on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Sam Bowyer: Born: October 12, 1887: Witton, in England. Passed away: April 11, 1961: Crewe, in England.
All articles about Tom Miller on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Tom Miller: “Standing 5ft. 8 ¾in., and weighing 11st. 5lb., Miller is well equipped physically for an
May 16, 1956 Tonight at Goodison Park, Liverpool, I expect to see Liverpool Schoolboys lift the English Schools Trophy. They play Brighton in the second
All articles about Jimmy Settle on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Settle: Born: September 5, 1875: Millom (Cumberland), England. Passed away: June 1, 1954: Horwich, England. Funeral
Monday, December 28 – 1953Behind the £20,000 signing by Liverpool on Christmas Day of two Charlton players, full-back Frank Lock (£7,500) and inside-left John Evans
Wednesday, December 09 – 1953 Willie Fagan, twice a Wembley Cup finalist, with Preston and Liverpool, left a floodlight trial game on the Weymouth ground
Saturday, November 29 – 1952 Albert Stubbins, former Newcastle and England centre, reappears in league football today for the first time since September 22, 1951.
All articles about Frederick Buck on PlayUpLiverpool. About Frederick Buck: “Only 5ft. 6in. and 11st., his dribbling, shooting, and combination play have made him such
All articles about Harry Wood on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Harry Wood: Born: August 2, 1868: Walsall (Staffordshire), England. Passed away: July 5, 1951: Portsmouth, England. Position:
All articles about George Livingston on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About George Livingston: Born: May 5, 1876: Dumbarton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: January 15, 1950: Helensburgh (Dunbartonshire), Scotland.
All articles about Alex McDonald on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Alex McDonald: Born: April 12, 1878: Greenock (Renfrewshire), Scotland. Passed away: October 22, 1949: Greenock (Renfrewshire), Scotland.
Friday, July 2 – 1948 Port Vale last night signed Stan Palk, Liverpool inside left, and Michael Hulligan, outside left. Palk joined Liverpool from South
January 6, 1948 The death took place on Tuesday of Canon Walter Henry Ainger in his 84th year. Until 1939, when he resigned owing to
December 11, 1947 Liverpool F.C. to-day signed Doug McAvoy, Kilmarnock inside forward. McAvoy is the player Mr. George Kay, Liverpool manager, saw in action last
Thursday, July 17 – 1947 Alec Muir, Lochgelly Violet’s inside left last season, has signed for Liverpool. An Inverkeithing lad, he works in Caldwell’s Paper
January 10, 1947 Cyril Done, the Liverpool Reserves centre-forward, will reappear in the first team as inside left in place of Willie Fagan for the
Tuesday, October 22 – 1946 Liverpool F.C. have transferred their Scottish inside left, George Paterson, to Swindon Town. Fee is stated to be the highest