July 13, 1954 Following on the announcement yesterday of the appointment of Phil Taylor as full-time coach to Liverpool F.C., news is released to-day of
Monday, July 28 – 1952 The future of most Football League clubs is becoming increasingly bound up in their own young products, and nobody has
March 1, 1947 Better for the break-in Liverpool did not vary their method of preparation for to-day’s Cup-tie, and spent the earlier part of the
March 19, 1945 The Cup draw made me, unfortunately, late for the celebration supper given by the Liverpool F.C. directors, under chairman Mr. William McConnell,
July 27, 1944 Here comes the “Boys of the Old Brigade” so far as Liverpool Football Club is concerned. Latest news from Anfield is that
December 30, 1943 Liverpool will be handicapped by Services calls for their visit to Wrexham on Saturday in the War Cup Qualifying Competition. Stars like
December 28, 1943 Though the Football League’s first half-season championship did not come to Anfield after all, a word of congratulation is due to Liverpool
August 16, 1943 It was in the knowledge that clubs will need more youngsters than ever before that I went to Anfield on Saturday to
May 6, 1943 The most gratifying feature of Liverpool’s success in the season now drawing to a close has been not the winning of the
June 26, 1942 Twenty-one years on the Board Mr. Walter Henry Cartwright and Mr. William Harvey Webb, the Liverpool directors who were re-elected at the annual
June 13, 1942 Liverpool “A” team’s celebrated “do” on Saturday was one of the happiest little Soccer functions I have been to for some time.
June 11, 1942 Striking record of second string. With the likelihood that next season’s team—raising difficulties for Soccer clubs will be even greater than in
Tuesday, May 12 – 1942 Mention of the ‘A’ team bring to mind the remarkable record of Liverpool’s second string this season. After starting off
August 25, 1941 A few weeks ago a 17 year-old Bootle lad received a postcard inviting him to have a trial with Everton Football Club.
August 6, 1941 The Liverpool Football Club’s invitation to amateur players to take part in the talent-trial games is going to be a great success.
September 21, 1940 Match, Liverpool County Combination, at Victoria Park. Burscough Vics – Liverpool “A” 3-3 (2-1). Attendance: ‘Fairly good’. Referee: Mr. J. Brown. Burscough
May 11, 1940 Match: Liverpool County Challenge Cup, Final, at Sandy Lane. Skelmersdale – Liverpool “A” 3-1 (1-0). Referee: Mr. J. Foster; linesmen: Messrs. A.E.
December 28, 1939 George Kay, 22-year-old son of Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool Football Club, will make his first appearance for the Reds on
December 6, 1939 Liverpool will include Kenneth Seddon, 17-year-old son of Jimmy Seddon, their third team trainer and former England and Bolton Wanderers centre half,
August 26, 1939 Anfield makes great demands for maintenance, and here are the men who keep the grass green and the slate clean for Liverpool
Wednesday, July 5 – 1939 Jimmy Seddon, the former Southport trainer and one-time England and Bolton Wanderers’ centre-half, has been appointed Liverpool’s trainer. (Falkirk Herald,
July 1, 1939 Mr. George Kay, Liverpool manager, has had his contract renewed for three years. He joined Liverpool from Southampton three years ago. Other
July 1, 1939 Liverpool F.C. announce several sweeping changes in personnel. Mr. George Kay, the manager for the last three years, has had his contract
January 30, 1929 Match: FA Cup, Fourth Road, replay, at Burnden Park, kick-off: 14:30. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 5-2 aet 2-2 (2-1). Attendance: 48,808. Referee:
January 26, 1929 Match: FA Cup, Fourth Road, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool – Bolton Wanderers 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 55,055; gate receipts: £3,996. Referee: Mr.