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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
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
October 26, 1915 At the funeral of Tom Gracie at Craigston Cemetery yesterday the Hearts’ Directors were represented by Mr. John McCartney, secretary, and the
May 7, 1912 Liverpool have been negotiating for the transfer of Bob Ferguson, the Third Lanark centre half back. (Source: Evening Telegraph: May 7, 1912)
April 27, 1900 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, final, replay, at Tower Grounds, kick-off: 18:00. Everton v New Brighton Tower 2-0 (1-0). Everton (2-3-5): George Kitchen;
August 19, 1899 The players engaged for the coming year had a practice match on Saturday, and gave such a display that the spectators were
May 2, 1899 Emphatic contradiction Prospects of next season During the past few weeks the most persistent rumours have been circulated in this district as
April 28, 1899 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, Final, at Goodison Park. Everton – New Brighton Tower 8-1 (2-0). Attendance: 1,200. Everton (2-3-5): George Kitchen, Ted
August 27, 1898 Liverpudlians are awaiting the forthcoming season with eagerness and confidence, and unless Tom Watson is a false prophet Liverpool will achieve fame
Tuesday, August 16 – 1898 An important meeting of the Executive Committee of the Football League was held last evening at the Old Boar’s Head,
April 2, 1898 Match, Football League, First Division, at Trent Bridge, kick-off: 15:30. Notts County – Liverpool 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 8,000. Notts County (2-3-5): George
March 12, 1898 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Notts County 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 8,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Harry Storer, Archie
February 16, 1898 Match: FA Cup, Second Round reply, at Anfield, kick.off: 15:00. Liverpool – Newton Heath 2-1 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr.A.J. Barker. Liverpool
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
January 29, 1898 Match: FA Cup, First Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool – Hucknall St. John’s 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 200. Referee: Mr. G.H. Dale
January 22, 1898 Key note: “Liverpool are picking up somewhat. To run Sunderland to a goal on the banks of the Wear is no mean
January 8, 1898 Key note: “Dr Morley, who has for many years been connected with the Rovers, celebrated his 69th birthday on Saturday last, when
January 1, 1898 Key note: “Liverpudlians would dearly like to see their club win a match upon their own ground. They can manage it away
December 29, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Bramall Lane, kick off: 14:30. Sheffield United – Liverpool 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. A.H.B.
December 27, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 14:10. Liverpool – Sunderland 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 25,000.. Referee: Mr. J. H. Strawson.
December 4, 1897 Match: Lancashire Cup, First Round, at Hyde Road, kick off: 14:30. Manchester City – Liverpool 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000; gate receipt: £130.
November 27, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at City Ground, kick-off: 14:30. Nottingham Forest – Liverpool 2-3 (0-2). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. J.E. Carpenter.
November 20, 1897 Key note: “After the lapse of three weeks, with ne’er a victory to record, the success of Liverpool against the Wolves was
November 15, 1897 Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. These teams met at Stoney Lane for the first time this season, but owing to the unpropitious