All articles about Jack Sheldon on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jack Sheldon: Born: February 11, 1888: Clay Cross (Derbyshire), in England. Passed away: March 19, 1941: Manchester,
March 19, 1941 Births, Marriages, Deaths, and in Memorian. SHELDON. – On March 19, in hospital, John Sheldon, aged 53 years (ex-Manchester United and Liverpool
Friday, March 16 – 1923 Jack Sheldon, of Clay Cross, whose career was spoiled towards the close of the 1920-21 season, when he sustained a
Saturday, November 25 – 1922 Jack Sheldon, whose football career was ended when he broke his right leg in a game with Derby County two
Monday, November 13 – 1922 The generosity of the Liverpool club to their old players is again exemplified by the benefit to Jack Sheldon, whose
August 21, 1922 The League champions are in the unique position of being able to open the campaign with practically the same side. All last
Saturday, August 27 – 1921 With Jack Sheldon still nursing his broken leg, Liverpool have searched everywhere for a successor and a fortnight ago secured
August 20, 1921 Jack Sheldon, of Clay Cross, Liverpool’s right winger, sustained a compound fracture of the leg during the progress of the match with
August 15, 1921 Jack Sheldon, the Liverpool footballer who had a leg broken last season when Derby County were the visitors, was a spectator at
July 7, 1921 At the annual meeting of the Liverpool Football Club, it was stated that the injury to Jack Sheldon, whose leg was broken
July 5, 1921 The annual meeting of the shareholders of the members of the Liverpool Football Club was held at the Law Association Rooms, Cook
June 25, 1921 Kenny’s troubles as linesman. Club colours cause a disturbance. Amusing experiences with Liverpool on the continent. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, Partick
June 11, 1921 Remarkable speech by Tom Watson Leads to victory against the Villa. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle
June 4, 1921 When Albert Shepherd bested Liverpool, And what a walking in Epping Forest led to. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper
May 7, 1921 In Jack Sheldon’s place at outside right Liverpool tried Dick Forshaw against Bolton Wanderers, but it was not a happy move. Forshaw
April 23, 1921 Harry Storer, who is the son of the Old Liverpool goalkeeper of that name, had a mixed day at Liverpool last week.
April 8, 1921 Visitors from Liverpool. Character studies of the players. FRANK MITCHELL. * Quite a dapper figure he appears between the sticks does this
April 2, 1921 Key note: “There was much disjointed and haphazard play in the match at Anfield wherein Blackburn Rovers were seen to the greater
March 28, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at White Hart Lane, kick-off: 14:15. Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 35,000. Referee: Mr. E.
March 26, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Ewood Park, kick-off: 15:30. Blackburn Rovers – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. T.H. Prescott.
March 25, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 40,000. Referee: Mr. E. Pinkston. Liverpool
March 19, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Ayresome Park, kick-off: 15:30. Middlesbrough – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. L.N. Fletcher. Middlesbrough
March 12, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Middlesbrough 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 40,000. Referee: Mr. L.N. Fletcher. Liverpool (2-3-5):
March 5, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Leeds Road, kick-off: 15:00. Huddersfield Town – Liverpool 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 18,000. Referee: Mr. J. Cable.
February 26, 1921 The sunburn-haired Liverpool right-winger and International, Jack Sheldon, is on the transfer list, and it is remarkable that he has not been