Tag: James Stewart

Portsmouth team in road crash

Monday, September 8 – 1946 Mr Jack Tinn, Portsmouth secretary-manager, and James Stewart, the trainer, were hurt in a road accident yesterday when, with the team, they were returning from Bolton. The coach in which the party were travelling collided with an American Service vehicle fifteen miles from […]

James Stewart’s long career

Tuesday, November 24 – 1936 As it is customary for the ground trainer to be appointed in home internationals, I do not anticipate there will be any change in the routine on the occasion of next week’s game between Scotland and Wales at Dens Park. To James Stewart, […]

A spectator collapsed and died

Saturday, October 12 – 1929 James Stewart, aged 53, a labourer, of Monfa-road, Orrell, Bootle, collapsed while watching the Liverpool – Birmingham football match at Anfield, Liverpool, on Saturday, and died before reaching hospital. (Western Morning News, 14-12-1929)

James Stewart sold to Hamilton

Thursday, January 29 – 1914 James Stewart, of Liverpool, was yesterday transferred to Hamilton Accademicals. Stewart, who joined Liverpool four years ago, stands 5ft. 6in. in height, and weighs 11st. Two seasons ago he was injured, and lost his place in Liverpool’s first team, but he is now […]

New recruits for the Reserves

Friday, January 23 – 1914 Liverpool Reserves are playing Bradley, an Ormskirk half back, and an outside right named Wilson, who is working in Liverpool, and has just left Edinburgh. Pooley, the outside left of the team is a member of the successful Liverpool Scottish. Liverpool Reserves. – […]

Players retained by Liverpool F.C.

May 5, 1913 Liverpool have completed their list of re-signed players. The men retained being Kenneth Campbell, Elisha Scott, Peter Malone, Ephraim Longworth, Robert Crawford, Robert Pursell, Sam Speakman, Frank Grayer, Harry Lowe, Ernest Peake, Bob Ferguson, Donald Mackinlay, James Scott, Ralph Holden, Walter Wadsworth, Arthur Goddard, Arthur […]

Liverpool F.C. – statistics 1912-13

May 5, 1913 Appearances for Liverpool F.C. in the Football League, First Division, 1912-13. 28 players. Berry, A. 1 Lowe, H.C. 33 Bovill, J. 1 Mackinlay, D. 22 Campbell, K. 37 Metcalf, A. 28 Crawford, R.S. 23 Miller, T. 30 Dines, J. 1 Parkinson, J. 24 Ferguson, R. […]

A bolt from the Blues

October 7, 1912 Once upon a time the Liverpool League eleven defeated their Everton rivals at Anfield. To be exact, the event happened on January 21, 1899. Never since have they been guilty of such conduct, and there are some people who aver that the mere sight of […]

Battle of the colours

October 7, 1912 EVERTON AGAIN PREVAIL. Games between Liverpool and Everton are always interesting, as no matter how the sides have fared in other engagements, followers of the clubs can always rely upon the players giving of their best when these meetings come round. There would be about […]

Everton victors

October 5, 1912 Good Goals by Browell and Gault. The visit of Everton to Anfield this afternoon was the thirty-first meeting of the teams in league football, and the occasion was marked by the usual large crowd. Keen excitement and, withal good humour. The colours of the respective […]

Liverpool v Everton 0-2 (League match: October 5, 1912)

October 5, 1912 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 46,000. Referee: Mr. H.H. Taylor (Altrincham); linesmen: Messrs. W.J. Heath and J.R. Broughton. Liverpool (2-3-5): Kenneth Campbell, Ephraim Longworth (C), Robert Pursell, Harry Lowe, Bob Ferguson, Donald Mackinlay, Arthur Goddard, […]

Liverpool F.C. – statistics 1911-12

Monday, May 6 – 1912 Appearances for Liverpool F.C. in the Football League, First Division, 1911-12. 26 players. Bovill,J. 23 McConnell, J. 8 Bowyer, S. 2 Macdonald, J. 19 Campbell, K 7 Mackinlay, D. 7 Crawford, R.S. 15 Miller, T. 7 Gilligan, S.A. 23 Orr, R. 7 Goddard, […]

Liverpool’s sign on’s for the coming season

Tuesday, April 30 – 1912 Liverpool have signed on John Bovill, Robert Crawford, Kenneth Campbell, Tom Gracie, Sam Gilligan, Harry Lowe, Ephraim Longworth, William Lacey, Hugh Lester, Peter Malone, Donald Mackinlay, Tom Miller, Ernest Peake, Robert Robinson, James Stewart, Elisha Scott, and Robert Pursell. (Dundee Courier, 30-04-1912)