August 25, 1945 Burnley open their league programme today with Liverpool the visitors at Turf Moor. It should prove an attractive start to the season.
Friday, August 24 – 1945 There is quite a pre-war touch about the Liverpool team journeying to Turf Moor to face Burnley and I expect
Thursday, August 23 – 1945 Liverpool, who open their season with a visit to Burnley, will field a strong eleven. Balmer, now thoroughly fit –
Saturday, August 18 – 1945 Quite a fair crowd turned up at Anfield to-day to see Liverpool’s first public practice match, when two mixed teams
August 15, 1945 Liverpool F.C. stage their first and only public practice game on Saturday at Anfield (3 pm=, when they mix up the seniors
July 17, 1945 Liverpool F.C. have received official permission to take a team composed largely of their own Service players, and two of their regular
May 19, 1945 Match: Football League, Northern Section, Regional 2, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Blackpool 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 16,807. Referee: Mr. A.C. Hall
May 4, 1945 Chief interest centres on our local clubs, and Liverpool should make no mistake about improving their position when they meet Oldham Athletic
April 16, 1945 The Management Committee of the Football League have sanctioned benefit for 16 players. They are: Bill Kinghorn, Jimmy McInnes, Berry Nieuwenhuys, John
December 9, 1944 Match: Football League, Northern Section, Regional 1, at Sealand Road, kick-off: 15:15. Chester – Liverpool 3-2 (1-2). Attendance: 3,500. Referee: Mr. A.
December 2, 1944 Key note: “Liverpool were treating Anfield supporters to their best all-round exhibition this season. This was football of the brand we got
November 28, 1944 Neither Manager Mr. George Kay nor Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly are able at the moment to announce their teams for Saturday’s games
November 27, 1944 Now over to Anfield for reflections on not such a good game in which Liverpool defeated Bury 3-1. This was hard rather
November 25, 1944 Key note: “Liverpool really defeated Bury after ten minutes’ play at Anfield, for the two quick goals from Cumner and Nieuwenhuys, taken
November 24, 1944 Liverpool have a great opportunity of building up their position for the League War Cup Competition, which opens on December 25, when
November 18, 1944 Key note: “Liverpool’s record at Gigg Lane since the war had been one of triumph. They have won match after match on
November 17, 1944 Liverpool in the war years have been forced to travel to Gigg Lane to oppose Bury with some curious teams, but they
November 16, 1944 Four Liverpool players have been chosen to play for Scotland against the Royal Air Force at Sheffield on November 25, and there
Saturday, November 11 – 1944 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Maine Road. Manchester United – Liverpool 2-5 (0-2). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. S. Boardman.
Friday, November 10 – 1944 Liverpool’s outlook for the visit to Maine Road for the return game with Manchester United is much brighter. Matt Busby
November 9, 1944 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, has so many team matters which need confirmation that he was reluctant to announce any news
Monday, November 6 – 1944 “Sport, football and racing in particular, proved just the tonic the working man wanted during the dark days of 1940,”
Saturday, November 4 – 1944 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Manchester United 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 17,610. Referee: Mr. J.E.
November 3, 1944 There will be plenty of stars on parade at Anfield tomorrow when a revived Liverpool face Manchester United. No doubt the Reds
Thursday, November 2 – 1944 Jack Smith, the Manchester United centre-forward who played so well for Liverpool against Everton in the two “Derby” games and