All articles about Jim Harrop on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jim Harrop: Born: February 5, 1884: Ecclesall, in England. Passed away: May 25, 1954: Sheffield, in England.
February 4, 1939 The competition asking for the six most famous footballers of Liverpool F.C., in order of merit, led to a large survey of
July 28, 1923 The Buxton Football Club have secured the services of Jim Harrop, the old Wednesday, Liverpool, Aston Villa, and Sheffield United half back,
April 21, 1923 The souvenir programme of the War Memorial Fund match on the Baseball Ground on Wednesday contained some interesting information about players, and
Friday, September 15 – 1922 Tommy Barbour (late Derby County) and Billy George, of Sunderland and Leeds United fame, have been signed by Burton All
June 10, 1922 Jim Harrop, who assisted Aston Villa to win the Cup on the last occasion but one, and who subsequently fell out of
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
Saturday, May 21 – 1921 The debt I owe to Sam Hardy, and how I displaced him in the Liverpool team By Kenneth Campbell. “Kenneth
August 28, 1920 Aston Villa want all their players to live in Birmingham, but they will not get Sam Hardy and Jim Harrop to do
September 20, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Villa Park, kick-off: 15:30. Aston Villa – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe.
September 13, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Aston Villa 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 28,000. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe. Liverpool
August 26, 1918 At a certain island one can see fishermen waiting an hour or so for a catch, while young rascals near by continually
May 11, 1918 Match, benefit for the Footballers’ War Fund, at Hillsborough. Sheffield Wednesday – Liverpool 3-1 (1-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. A. Scholey (Sheffield).
May 10, 1918 Liverpool will make one change in their team to oppose Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. Lewis is again available, and will resume at
Friday, May 3 – 1918 The inter-visits of Sheffield and Mersey sides are very interesting, and to-morrow, when the famous old Wednesday club visits Anfield
Thursday, November 1 – 1917 At the request of Mr. Alfred Martin, an official of the National Union of Journalists, Andrew Wilson, of Sheffield Wednesday,
September 1, 1917 Wednesday have booked two youngsters in Brown (full back) and Atkin, both of Whitwell. Others include: A. Cooper, S. Peach (goal); Ted
November 23, 1915 Ernest Peake has returned to Liverpool, and will probably accept an invite to play for his old club Liverpool. Peake, after serving
November 15, 1915 The question was whether Liverpool could rise to the occasion and beat so good a side as Southport. They managed it after
August 20, 1915 Sheffield Wednesday, who are competing in the Midland Section this season, should have a very good side, for the majority of last
August 20, 1915 Although Teddy Davison, George Streets, Gunstone (goal), Harry Bentley (half back), and Sam Kirkman (forward) have enlisted since last season, and all
May 5, 1914 Some of the most notable of the deals in players since the four-figure transfer fee became the fashion, when Middlesbrough paid £1,000
May 4, 1914 Liverpool failed to rebook Ernest Peake, so the Welsh international has taken himself to Third Lanark. It is curious to find a
Saturday, April 11 – 1914 Match, Football League, 1st Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Aston Villa 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 40,000. Referee: Mr. C.
March 28, 1914 Match: FA Cup, Semi Final, at White Hart Lane (Tottenham), kick-off: 15:30. Aston Villa – Liverpool 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 27,474 (gate receipt: