Tag: Joe McQue

Matt McQueen: Liverpool F.C.’s choice

February 19, 1923 After careful examination of an extraordinary number of applications for the post of team-manager to the Liverpool Association Club, now threatening to establish a post-war record as League Champions, the directors of the club have appointed Matt McQueen to that position. There is no better-known […]

Mr. John McKenna’s long service

January 20, 1919 The President of the Football League, Mr. John McKenna, greatly distinguished himself in the interview with the professional players. To conduct an argument with about 70 players, full of grievances, for two hours, requires not only ability, but patience, tact, and knowledge. Mr. McKenna disarmed […]

Joe McQue of Head o’ Muir

Saturday, July 11 – 1914 There recently passed away Joe McQue, the old campsite and Liverpool player, who had been at the infirmary going through an operation. Deceased had been living at Head o’ Muir, Denny, some time prior to his death. (Stirling Observer, 11-07-1914)

The death of Joe McQue

Thursday, June 11 – 1914 After undergoing an operation at the Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow, Joseph McQue, a well-known Campsie man, succumbed at the age of 40 years. In early life he played with the Campsie Black Watch, and afterwards with Campsie, and was one of the cup-winning team. […]

The death of Andrew Kelvin

October 23, 1911 Andrew Kelvin, one of the original members of the Liverpool Association club recently died at his house in Kilmarnock. He took part in the first match for Liverpool, when Rotherham Town were beaten 7-0. The Liverpool side on that day was: Sydney Ross, Andrew Hannah, […]

Liverpool F.C. victorious in the FA cup

January 29, 1898 Owing to the great counter attraction at Goodison Park there was just a mere handful of spectators at Anfield Road to witness the English Cup-tie. The Liverpudlians were distinctly fortunate in being drawn against such an unknown quantity as Hucknall St. Johns – that is, […]

Football forecasts

Friday, January 21 – 1898 * Nottingham Forest, in allowing Tom McInnes a League match for his benefit, has set an example which ought to be followed by the whole of the English League. * Jack Bell, of Everton, will finally retire at the end of the season. […]

A capital performance by Liverpool

October 25, 1897 Liverpool were again favoured with delightful weather for the first of their League engagements with Derby County, and another capital attendance witnessed the success of the home players, which, with its attendant, couple of points, places Liverpool in a highly satisfactory position in the tabulated […]

Liverpool v Derby County at Anfield

October 23, 1897 The League – Division 1. Liverpool v Derby County, at Anfield-road. Kick-off at 3.15 p.m. The following will play for Liverpool – Harry Storer, goal; Archie Goldie and Tom Wilkie, backs; John McCartney, Joe McQue, and Thomas Cleghorn, half backs; Robert Marshall, William Walker, Daniel […]

The day Anfield twice burst

September 27, 1897 Never in the history of local football has the Anfield enclosure presented such a magnificent appearance as was the case on Saturday, when the two premier teams of the city met to decide the first of this year’s League engagements. The resources of the management […]