Tag: John McNab

Liverpool F.C. – Hail the 1922 Champions

Liverpool F.C. – The Champions of the League The supreme event in the Eastertide football was the decision of the League championship. When Liverpool had the honour of defeating last season’s winners, Burnley, and on the same day Oldham Athletic overcame Tottenham Hotspur at Boundary Park, the premiership […]

Who scored all the goals 1927-1928?

May 7, 1928 Liverpool Goal Scorers 1927-28: League: Hodgson 23, Reid 15, Devlin (W.) 14, Edmed 14, Chambers 3, Hopkin 3, Bromilow 3, Race 2, Walsh 2, McNab 1, Pither 1, Mackinlay 1, Jackson 1, Scott (T.) 1. Reserves: Pither 10, Reid 8, Walsh 7, Done 5, Oxley […]

Liverpool’s three against Wednesday

March 7, 1927 Confidence tells. Wednesday will have reason to remember their visits to Merseyside during the past week, when they surrendered maximum points to both the Liverpool clubs. At Anfield on Saturday their forwards were clever and combined well, but on the sticky pitch they were a […]

Liverpool’s artistry

August 30, 1926 Forshaw’s hat-trick set the seal on fine forward play. The Liverpool and Manchester United players maintained a remarkable pace considering the trying weather. There could be mistaking the superiority of the home side in their exposition of the finer points of play. Particularly was this […]

Liverpool F.C. retain 30 players

Monday, May 24 – 1926 Liverpool F.C. have re-engaged thirty players, viz: – Elisha Scott, Arthur Riley, James Trill, Tommy Lucas, Donald Mackinlay, Ephraim Longworth, Childs, Robert Done, John McNab, William Cockburn, Tom Bromilow, David Pratt, James Jackson, Patrick McDade, Albert Shears, Cyril Oxley, Dick Edmed, Gordon Hodgson, […]

Bury v Liverpool 0-1 (League match)

Saturday, April 10 – 1926 Match, Football League, 1st Division, at Gigg Lane, kick-off: 17:00. Bury – Liverpool 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 14,291. Bury (2-3-5): Billy Richardson, Fred Heap, Thomas Adamson, Jimmy Porter, Tom Bradshaw, Frank Ward, David Robbie, Arthur Gale, Norman Bullock, Jack Ball, Wally Amos. Liverpool (2-3-5): […]

Champions’ grip on Liverpool

March 22, 1926 At Anfield there was a blustering breeze, which gave Liverpool a decided advantage in the first portion of the game with Huddersfield, but the latter, by clever ball control, concerted action, and easy movement, generally dominated the play, and at the eight minute had taken […]