Sunday, May 13 – 1990 Liverpool midfielder Steve Nicol was ruled out of Scotland’s World Cup plans last night after having an operation on a
January 4, 1990 Jim Beglin, the Republic of Ireland international defender and former Liverpool player, has rejoined Leeds after a loan spell with Plymouth. Leeds
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
March 13, 1952 A well-known figure in football circles, and former Irish international, Mr. Olphert Martin Stanfield (Olphy Stanfield), died in the City Hospital, Belfast,
December 11, 1950 For a couple of hours after yesterday’s Third Round draw had given his team an away game with the FA Cup-holders, Arsenal,
December 9, 1949 The death took place last night of Mr. William Kennedy Gibson, who, as a solicitor, had practised in Belfast for the past
March 29, 1945 There will be right and possibly nine internationals in the great Goodison Park send off to the Easter holiday football programme of
March 14, 1945 Fifteen star footballers from Britain – 13 English, one Scottish and one Irish – are included in the party of Services players
November 10, 1944 The death has occurred of Mr. William Crone, 27 Buckingham Street, Belfast, the former Irish international and Distillery full-back. Crone was the
Tuesday, September 15 – 1942 Both Everton and Liverpool have doubts regarding their teams for the second of the big Merseyside “Derby” games, which is
Thursday, September 10 – 1942 Everton make history on Saturday. They will have two Chinese footballers playing for them in their “Derby games with Liverpool.
June 24, 1941 David Cochrane, the Portadown and Irish international outside right, who was on loan from Leeds United to Portadown, has signed for Shamrock
Position: Right back. Career: Bohemians: 1906. Shelbourne: 1908. Bohemians: 1910. ** Fractured his leg in a match in Belfast on November 5, 1910 and spent
Position: Goalkeeper. Career: Bohemians: 1908. ** Left to take up a job at the London War Office early in 1915. Merits: Ireland A 1-0 (v.
May 6, 1940 Hugh McKelvey, who played football for Glentoran, and was chosen for Ireland against Wales in 1901, died yesterday at his residence in
March 6, 1940 Willie Cook, Everton’s Irish international back, and Stan Hanson, the Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper, are newcomers to the British Army XI to oppose
September 6, 1939 We regret to announce the death of Mr. John McClatchey, 5 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast. A native of Lurgan, he was one of
Thursday, March 9 – 1939 Liverpool Football Club, it was learned last night, made an inquiry about the transfer of Peter Doherty, the Irish international
Saturday, January 21 – 1939 Discouraged by temporary loss of form and upset by the unfriendliness of part of the crowd a young football despaired
January 5, 1939 The funeral took place yesterday from “The Lodge,” Sommerton Road, Belfast, to Carnmoney Cemetery of Mr. James Barron, whose death occurred on
All articles about James Barron on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About James Barron: Born: September 30, 1874: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: January 3, 1939: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wednesday, March 3 – 1937 Two Cliftonville players, W.J. Hood, left back, and E. McCappin, right half, both Irish internationals, have signed for Liverpool. (Dundee
All articles about William Scott on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Scott: Born: May 17, 1882: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: August 15, 1936: Liverpool (Lancashire), England.
August 15, 1936 William Scott, brother of Elisha Scott has gone to his rest. He had not been well for some time and pneumonia caused
January 25, 1936 Belfast Celtic won the Irish League championship on Saturday, and Elisha Scott, the goalkeeper, won another medal. It was the great Irishman’s