Friday, February 2 – 1945 Everton go into the “Derby” in the knowledge that they need only one point to make certain of qualifying for
August 21, 1944 Problems face the Liverpool and Everton football clubs. Yes, this despite the fact that at Goodison Park on Saturday they gave a
August 19, 1944 Match: Benefit for the Lord Mayor of Liverpool War Fund, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 2-5 (1-3). Attendance: 16,228;
June 16, 1944 Three in one dividend? One of the main reasons why Everton Football Club did not pay a dividend this year was because
February 10, 1944 A. E. Higgins, the amateur outside right, who joined Everton from Tranmere Rovers, will make his debut in the Football League when,
February 5, 1944 Match: War League Cup (North), Qualifying match, at Goodison Park. Everton – Wrexham 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 14,309; Gate receipts: £955. Referee: Mr.
October 14, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly has had a tough job getting together the Everton side for the return game with Liverpool at Anfield and
October 11, 1943 Liverpool Win “Derby” Game Liverpool won the “Derby” game at Goodison Park by six goals to four, the winners laying the foundation
October 9, 1943 Everton: George Burnett, Jack Jones, Norman Greenhalgh, Stan Bentham, Tommy Jones, Scott-Leo, Jack Grant, Eddie Wainwright, Tommy Lawton, Alex Stevenson, Jimmy McIntosh.
October 9, 1943 Key note: “Liverpool have dashed into the leadership of the Football league North, overtaking Blackpool and Aston Villa thanks to a smashing
October 8, 1943 The first of the big Merseyside Football League “Derby” games stands out as the premier attraction for tomorrow’s sport cards.” Everton and
October 6, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly is endeavoring to turn out an extra-special side for Saturday’s Derby game with Liverpool at Goodison Park, and hopes
October 6, 1943 Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly, of Everton, is able to announce five certainties, for Saturday’s “Derby” game at Goodison Park with Liverpool. They
Saturday, August 21 – 1943 Match: Benefit for Lord Mayor’s War Fund, at Anfield. Liverpool – Everton 5-2 (0-0). Attendance: 13,250; gate receipts: £946. Referee:
September 17, 1942 It used to be said of Liverpool Football Club that while they could always find first-class goalkeeper, they could never discover a
September 15, 1942 For the return game with Liverpool ‘A’ the Blues will start with; Wilf Birkett, Tuthill, Curwen, Jack Humphreys, Martin McDonnell, Tommy Fairfoull,
September 14, 1942 Billy Liddell, Liverpool’s 19-year-old wing forward, will play for Scotland in the big game with England at the Empire Stadium, Wembley, on
September 12, 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 17,131; gate receipts: £1,049. Referee: Mr. R.A.