November 15, 1951 Jimmy Gee, Liverpool’s 21-years-old reserve team forward, has been transferred to Belfast Distillery, from whom Liverpool last week signed centre forward Jimmy
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Liverpool Reserves v Sheffield United Reserves 0-1 (League match: August 20, 1951)
August 20, 1951 Key note: “So often do young players fail to live up to early promise that one hesitates to be too optimistic on
Young Reds in the reserve side
August 20, 1951 For to-night’s Central League game at Anfield against Sheffield United Reserves (kick-off: 18:30), the opportunity is being seized of trying out three
Huddersfield Town Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 0-0 (League match: August 18, 1951)
August 18, 1951 Match: Central League, at Leeds Road. Huddersfield Town Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-0 (0-0). Huddersfield Town (2-3-5): Mills, Burke. Liverpool (2-3-5): Russell
Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1951-52
August 18, 1951 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1951-52: Charles Ashcroft Position: Goalkeeper; Birthplace: Chorley; Signed as professional: December 29, 1943; Previous club: Eccleston Juniors.
Jimmy Gee transferred to Liverpool
May 21, 1951 Liverpool have signed Jimmy Gee, the Bootle F.C. centre forward, who has been attracting the attention of several of the leading clubs.
James Percival Gee (Jimmy Gee) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about Jimmy Gee on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Jimmy Gee: Born: 1930: Bootle, England. Position: Centre forward. Career: Bootle. Liverpool: Signed: May 21, 1951; Belfast
Accrington Stanley 1925/26
Wednesday, August 26 – 1925 Birthplace Position Height Weight John Blake Stoneclough Goalkeeper 5 10 1/2 11 0 Tom Holden Leyland Goalkeeper 5 8 11
Where is the referee?
April 15, 1893 At Southport. McGill, the League referee, did not turn up, and after 40 minutes delay R.W.T. Hatch, a local man, was chosen.
Southport Central v Liverpool 1-1 (League match: April 15, 1893)
April 15, 1893 Key note: “The game was delayed some 40 minutes in consequence of the non-arrival of the League referee, but ultimately it was
Liverpudliana: By Richard Samuel (March 4, 1893)
March 4, 1893 Southport Central were the visitors at Anfield Road on Saturday, and the Liverpool Club had its full strength up for the contest.
Liverpool F.C.: Weekly review: February 27, 1893 (Liverpool Mercury)
February 27, 1893 A goodly crows witnessed the game at Anfield, where Liverpool were opposed by the newly strengthened Southport Central. The home team were
Another two points for Liverpool
February 27, 1893 The first meeting of these clubs in the Lancashire League competition took place on Saturday, at Anfield, before 3,000 spectators. Liverpool: Sydney
Liverpool v Southport Central 2-0 (League match: February 25, 1893)
February 25, 1893 Key note: “The game at the outset gave promise of being a tough struggle, and although Liverpool early on asserted their superiority,
A friendly encounter at Southport Central for Liverpool
December 28, 1892 This friendly match was played at Southport yesterday, in beautiful weather. Both teams were short of their full strength. Andrew Hannah and
Southport Central v Liverpool 2-2 (Friendly match, December 27, 1892)
December 27, 1892 Match: Friendly, at Scarisbrick New Road. Southport Central – Liverpool 2-2 (1-2). Attendance: 500. Southport Central (2-3-5): Jimmy Gee, Tom Smith, Esau
Liverpool’s first win for the Lancashire Cup
September 24, 1892 After the draw for the various cups this season, and old acquaintance remarked, “Begorrah, ‘Mickey,’ your new club has a couple of
Central no match for Liverpool
September 19, 1892 Liverpool kicked off, and had to face a brilliant sun. Wyllie was the first to make head way, but Robinson and Smith
Liverpool F.C.: Weekly review: September 19, 1892 (Liverpool Mercury)
September 19, 1892 It was quite like old times at the Anfield enclosure on Saturday, so far as ”gate” was concerned, and the way in
Liverpool v Southport Central 2-0 (Lancashire Cup: September 17, 1892)
September 17, 1892 Quick note: “A new man – beg pardon, a flag – floated on the old staff, bearing the letters L.F.A. surmounted with
Everton v Southport Central 2-1 (Liverpool Cup Final: April 26, 1892)
April 26, 1892 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Hawthorne Road (Bootle). Everton – Southport Central 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 3,000. Everton (2-3-5): David Jardine, Arthur Chadwick,
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