All articles about John Macdonald on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Macdonald: Born: Edinburgh, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Centre forward. Height: 170 cm. (5ft. 7in.); Weight: 67
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Thursday, September 11 – 1941 It is Liverpool’s turn to face Napiers who created a surprise on Saturday by beating Everton. Napiers provide the opposition
Thursday, September 4 – 1941 Ten clubs are to compete in the Liverpool County Combination this season, including the Liverpool League champions, Automac. They were
August 20, 1941 Anfield football followers will have the unique experience of seeing one team in action against two different elevens on Saturday, when Mr.
Tuesday, April 5 – 1932 In senior football circles it is not unusual to find two brothers playing together for the same team. For a
Monday, August 1 – 1927 Admirers of Queen’s Park were last season delighted with the play of their favourites. There was no exodus at the
December 4, 1926 Airdrieonians – Aberdeen 2-1 (1-1). Referee: Mr. W. Holborn (Glasgow). Airdrieonians: David Currie, James Crapnell, Alex Stevenson, Willie Neil, John McDougall, Robert
September 29, 1922 David Macdonald, the ex-Dundee forward, has been signed by East Fife, and will be included in the team against Johnstone tomorrow. Macdonald
Saturday, May 21 – 1921 The debt I owe to Sam Hardy, and how I displaced him in the Liverpool team By Kenneth Campbell. “Kenneth
Tuesday, November 28 – 1916 Mrs. Macdonald, East Wemyss, has to be congratulated upon the patriotism shown by her seven sons, the photographs of five
May 1, 1915 A considerable sum of money has changed hands over John Macdonald during his career with Rangers, Liverpool, Newcastle United, and Dundee. The
August 26, 1914 Dundee have secured a new outside left, and he will be on duty against Hamilton Academicals in the Scottish League at Den’s
Friday, August 21 – 1914 But for a prohibitive fee placed on his transfer John Macdonald, the Newcastle United winger, would have been a signed
February 26, 1913 Match: FA Cup, Third Round, replay, at St. James’ Park, kick-off: 15:00. Newcastle United – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 39,769; gate receipts:
Saturday, October 12 – 1912 Mr. Tom Watson, of Liverpool F.C., has signed James McGaffrey, the inside right of Annabank. He is a cousin of
August 31, 1912 (Source: Liverpool Football Echo: August 31, 1912) A big thank you to Billy Smith the Blue Correspondent for the sketches.
August 26, 1912 Having escaped the clutches of the Second Division by the merest margin last April, it is only natural to suppose that the
August 25, 1912 Liverpool without Sam Hardy next season will appear strange, but those connected with the club believe that in young Kenneth Campbell they
Saturday, May 11 – 1912 John Macdonald, the Liverpool forward, has been transferred to Newcastle United. “Jock,” as he was familiarly called when associated with
Monday, May 6 – 1912 Liverpool have made a decision with regard to their players that they must reside within reasonable distance of the Mersey
Monday, May 6 – 1912 Appearances for Liverpool F.C. in the Football League, First Division, 1911-12. 26 players. Bovill,J. 23 McConnell, J. 8 Bowyer, S.
Thursday, May 2 – 1912 Sam Hardy, the international goalkeeper, and Jim Harrop, the centre-half, have been placed upon the transfer list by Liverpool, and
Saturday, March 16 – 1912 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 (0-2). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. W.J.
March 9, 1912 Match: Football League, First Division, at Meadow Lane, kick-off: 15:30. Notts County – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Pearson.