August 20, 1919 This is in some respect a retiring age. Jimmy Galt, the Everton captain, has, as stated some days ago, decided to give
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Derby rivals prepare for Anfield
Wednesday, November 29 – 1916 Footballically we are in great form, and Saturday next will be a most exciting period, for our rivals meet at
Brilliant display by Liverpool
December 28, 1915 Liverpool F.C. received a warm welcome from a crowd of 20,000 spectators at the Everton ground yesterday, and one felt that their
Everton v Liverpool 2-5 (Friendly: December 27, 1915)
December 27, 1915 Match: Friendly, at Goodison Park. Everton – Liverpool 2-5 (2-2). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. J.O. Forshaw; linesmen: Messrs.: J.A. McAleer and H.T.
Everton’s former captain breaks a rib
November 30, 1915 News is to hand that Everton’s former captain, Jimmy Galt, now a sergeant in a motor transport section of the Army, has
The opening of the football season
September 3, 1915 The kick-off set for the morrow, and, despite the absence of the usual League furore and boom, there will doubtless be a
Everton-player for the Motor Machine-Gun Service
May 10, 1915 Following the example set by Johnny Houston the Everton forward who rejoined the Army, Jimmy Galt the captain of the Goodison club,
Alex Raisbeck’s Unique Life Story: Part 7
May 1, 1915 Memorable match which won Liverpool the championship. Alick Raisbeck relates some special training yarns. What the maximum wage have done to football.
Liverpool turn the table
February 8, 1915 The usual thing happened at Goodison Park on Saturday when Liverpool gained the victory over Everton. So far as “form” is concerned
Everton v Liverpool 1-3 (League match: February 6, 1915)
February 6, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:20. Everton – Liverpool 1-3 (1-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. H.H. Taylor; linesmen:
Alterations for the “Derby” game
February 3, 1915 The teams for the local “Derby” are: Everton (v. Liverpool), at Goodison Park, on Saturday; kick-off 3.30 p.m.: Tommy Fern, Bob Thompson,
Liverpool v Everton 0-5 (League match: October 3, 1914)
October 3, 1914 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-5 (0-2). Attendance: 32,000. Referee: Mr. H.H.Taylor; linesmen: Messrs.
The chosen teams for the ‘local derby’
Friday, October 2 – 1914 The teams chosen for the big match at Anfield, to-morrow, are: – Liverpool. – Campbell; Longworth, Pursell; Fairfoull, Bratley, Ferguson;
Everton always win at Anfield
September 30, 1914 The following Everton team has been selected to oppose Liverpool, at Anfield, on Saturday: Tommy Fern, Bob Thompson, Jock Maconnachie, Tom Fleetwood,
Celtic v Glasgow Rangers 3-2 (Glasgow Charity Cup Final: May 10, 1913)
May 10, 1913 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, at Celtic Park. Celtic – Glasgow Rangers 3-2 (1-2). Attendance: 30,000. Celtic (2-3-5): Charles Shaw, Alex McNair,
Glasgow Rangers v Celtic 2-0 (Glasgow Charity Cup Final: May 10, 1911)
May 10, 1911 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, at Hampden Park. Glasgow Rangers – Celtic 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 22,000. Glasgow Rangers (2-3-5): Herbert Lock, Robert
Glasgow Rangers v Celtic 4-2 (Glasgow Charity Cup Final: May 15, 1909)
May 15, 1909 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, at Hampden Park. Glasgow Rangers – Celtic 4-2 (3-0). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. Tom Robertson (Glasgow). Glasgow
Glasgow Rangers v Celtic 1-0 (Glasgow Charity Cup Final: May 18, 1907)
May 18, 1907 Match: Glasgow Charity Cup, Final, replay, at Cathkin Park. Glasgow Rangers – Celtic 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 35,000. Referee: Mr. J. Muir (Motherwell).
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