All articles about James Stott on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Stott: Born: November 6, 1870: Darlington, in England. Passed away: October 8, 1908: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in England.
October 8, 1908 The death is announced of James Stott, the ex-Cambuslang player, who captained Newcastle United for several seasons, and who conducted a flourishing
May 27, 1905 Newcastle Police Court, on Saturday, saw two old players of Newcastle United facing each other as prosecutor and defendant in a charge
April 29, 1904 For the benefit match at Roker Park to-morrow between the veteran representatives of Sunderland and Newcastle United two very strong teams have
October 26, 1901 ** Jock Smith, as he was called in the days when he played for Newcastle East End, Sunderland, Liverpool, and The Wednesday,
May 9, 1900 A special meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held at the Blue Bear Hotel, Manchester, last evening, Mr.
May 4, 1900 A meeting of the Management Committee of the League was held in London yesterday. There were present Messrs. John James Bentley (president),
September 15, 1899 The Middlesbrough Club have secured James Stott, of Newcastle United, and it is believed that his appearance in the half back line,
February 11, 1899 Match: FA Cup, Second Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Newcastle United 3-1 (1-0). Attendance: 8,000; gate receipts: £245. Referee: Mr.
September 16, 1895 Liverpool followed up their exceptionally clever performance at Nottingham by another brilliant win at home. As showing the appreciation of the efforts
September 9, 1895 Capitally as Everton performed, Liverpool also did equally as well. The long and tiresome railway journey combined with the great heat, together
September 5, 1895 A meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held on Thursday at the Lion Hotel, Nottingham, the principal business
July 29, 1895 Forwards: Alex Bell, from Parkhead to Bury; John Aitken, from Dumfries to Newton Heath; George Allan, from Leith Athletic to Liverpool; Sammy
April 23, 1894 Match: Benefit for Billy Bett, at Olive Grove. The Wednesday – Liverpool 4-0 (2-0). Attendance: 3,000; Gate receipt: £57. Referee: Mr. J.
April 21, 1894 Match: County Palatine League match, at Barley Bank. Darwen – Liverpool 8-1 (5-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. Mitchell. Darwen (2-3-5): Arthur Kenyon,
March 20, 1894 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, First Round, at Anfield. Liverpool – Bootle Athletic 4-1 (2-0). Attendance: 500. Liverpool (2-3-5): Alex Rennie, John McCartney,
March 1, 1894 Match: Benefit for Stanley Hospital, at Anfield. Liverpool – Newton Heath 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): William McOwen, John McCartney, Duncan
February 26, 1894 Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers. When it was found that these two clubs were drawn together, at Bolton, it was generally admitted by
February 24, 1894 Key note: “The meeting of the Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool served to draw together the largest crowd seen at Bolton for ten
February 5, 1894 Since the draw for the English Cup took place last week the all-absorbing topic of conversation along local footballers has been the
January 29, 1894 By the expenditure of a little tact and energy, combined with the disbursement of a fairly large monetary solatium, the enterprising committee
January 27, 1894 Match: FA Cup, First Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Grimsby Town 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. S.W. Widdowson (Notts
January 15, 1894 The severity of the weather last Monday completely ruined the “gate” at Anfield of the Liverpool and Burnley match, besides having a
January 13, 1894 Key note: “The charming spring-like weather of Saturday drew a very large crowd, and this despite the unfortunate position occupied by Rotherham
January 9, 1894 Liverpool v Burnley. Owing to the Arctic-like conditions under which this game was played the spectators did, not reach anything like a