Image(s): Jimmy “Punch” McEwen, Bury (Athletic News: September 8, 1902). X
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August 29, 1913 Mr. Jimmy “Punch” McEwen, the Glossop manager, has made a couple of notable acquisitions to the team by signing J. Staniforth, centre
January 27, 1908 Match: International trial, at Hyde Road, kick-off: 15:00. North – South 4-4 (0-2). Attendance: 8,000; gate receipts: £220. Referee: Mr. W. Gilgryst
November 9, 1907 At one period of Liverpool’s career their eleven might accurately have been dubbed the “team of all the Macs.” Gradually the sons
August 25, 1906 Brentford. Goalkeeper. – Charlie Williams (Norwich City). Backs. – Jock Watson, John McConnell (Grimsby Town), Archie Taylor (Bristol Rovers), R. Abbott (Hanwell).
April 27, 1903 Before Liverpool entertained the English Cup winners on Saturday they were ninth on the League list, but by a victory of 2-0
April 25, 1903 Key note: “Before Liverpool entertained the English Cup winners on Saturday they were ninth on the League list, but by a victory
February 1, 1902 Match: Football League First Division, at Gigg Lane, kick off: 15:00. Bury – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. Thomas Helme.
December 23, 1899 Match: Football League, First Division, Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Glossop 5-2 (2-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. D. Hammond; linesmen: Messrs. J.
April 29, 1893 The last meeting for the season of the Bootle and Liverpool was but poorly patronised. Goodison Park, proving too strong an attraction
April 29, 1893 Quick note: “Liverpool and Bootle met once more at Hawthorne Road, and the game resulted in a draw of two goals each.
April 18, 1893 This cup tie roused rather more than normal interest, as the two previous games each side had secured a victory. Fully 5,000
March 24, 1893 This friendly game, by the kindness of the executives of the competing clubs, took place at the Anfield enclosure last evening, before
March 13, 1893 The meeting between these clubs has been looked forward to with great interest since they were drawn together in the Cup competition.
March 11, 1893 Match: Lancashire Cup, Second Round, at Hawthorne Road, kick-off: 15:30. Bootle – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 8,000; Gate receipt: £219 1s. 6d.
February 25, 1893 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Hawthorne Road. Bootle – Burton Swifts 3-2 (2-1). Attendance: 3,000. Bootle (2-3-5): Alex McLachlan, Smart Arridge,
February 22, 1892 This important Cup-tie in the Lancashire Second Round was played on the Anfield enclosure on Saturday, and much interest being centred in
February 20, 1892 Match: Lancashire Cup, Second Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Bootle 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 9,000; gate receipts: £135 and additional £40