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Sailor Hunter’s son killed while on service
Friday, December 7 – 1945 Sympathy for Manager “John “Sailor” Hunter, of Motherwell. His younger son, Pilot Officer Robert Hunter, R.A.F., has been killed in
The fishy business at Anfield
December 16, 1915 Next Saturday’s game at Anfield brings to our memory a fishy smell. Stoke and Liverpool will ever be associated with one of
Alex Raisbeck’s Unique Life Story: Part 9
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
Alex Raisbeck’s Unique Life Story: Part 8
May 8, 1915 A tiff Alick Raisbeck had with John “Sailor” Hunter. The most graceful footballer I’ve ever seen. About the never-to-be-forgotten ‘National at Ibrox.
Alex Raisbeck’s Unique Life Story: Part 7
May 1, 1915 Memorable match which won Liverpool the championship. Alick Raisbeck relates some special training yarns. What the maximum wage have done to football.
Sailor Hunter to manage Motherwell?
Friday, April 21 – 1911 “Sailor” Hunter is in the running for the managership of Motherwell F.C., and the ex-Dundee centre forward is likely to
Our Portrait Gallery: John “Sailor” Hunter, Clyde
December 5, 1910 No. 16: John “Sailor” Hunter, Clyde. Away back in the late ‘nineties, when the Paisley Westmarsh XI was a power in the
Tom Watson secures Miller of Morton
Thursday, November 10 – 1910 In my notes yesterday I mentioned in a quiet way that I might have some interesting information for the supporters
Hunter’s off to Wee Clyde
Thursday, October 6 – 1910 Two well-known Scottish centre forwards were yesterday transferred to other clubs. John “Sailor” Hunter, who for several seasons past has
John “Sailor” Hunter’s about the English game
May 10, 1907 The signing of John “Sailor” Hunter, as he is popularly known on the football field, completes Dundee First League forward line for
Southern Football Players (from Leng’s Football Handbook)
August 25, 1906 Brentford. Goalkeeper. – Charlie Williams (Norwich City). Backs. – Jock Watson, John McConnell (Grimsby Town), Archie Taylor (Bristol Rovers), R. Abbott (Hanwell).
John “Sailor” Hunter transferred to Portsmouth
May 6, 1905 It was officially announced on Saturday that Portsmouth had signed George Molyneux, the English international full-back, who has been several seasons with
The Arsenal’s big guns
October 8, 1904 At the present moment Woolwich Arsenal, who meet Aston Villa at Plumstead to-day, occupy the mind of the public, in the south
John “Sailor” Hunter transferred to Woolwich Arsenal
May 4, 1904 As has been expected for some time, John “Sailor” Hunter the Heart of Midlothian forward, who came to Edinburgh from Liverpool, has
Season preview 1902-03: Liverpool F.C. (Sheffield Daily Telegraph)
August 28, 1902 Few changes of any consequence have been made by the Liverpool Club. Last season the in-and-out performances of the players caused considerable
Tom Robertson offered maximum wage
May 22, 1902 Liverpool are anything but pleased at Tom Robertson, their late full back, migrating to Southampton. It cost them close upon £400 for
John “Sailor” Hunter and Tom Robertson transferred to Hearts
May 19, 1902 There will be general satisfaction on the part of the Heart of Midlothian followers on the transfer of John “Sailor” Hunter and
John “Sailor” Hunter wanted at Middlesbrough
May 10, 1902 ** Middlesbrough are reported to be anxious to secure the transfer of John “Sailor” Hunter from Liverpool. ** Celtic yesterday signed on
Liverpool v Skelmersdale 1-0 (Liverpool Senior Cup Final: April 30, 1902)
April 30, 1902 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, Final, at Goodison Park. Liverpool – Skelmersdale 1-0 (0-0) aet. Liverpool (2-3-5): T. Hobin, John Glover, Don McCallum,
John “Sailor” Hunter the preferred partner to John Cox
April 19, 1902 Little has been heard of late of Charles Satterthwaite, the big forward who a season back used to partner John Cox on
Everton v Liverpool at Goodison Park
March 29, 1902 So far as Liverpool was concerned, there was no attractive football fixture yesterday, the chief event being a friendly game, at Goodison
Everton v Liverpool 0-0 (Friendly: March 28, 1902)
March 28, 1902 Match: Friendly, at Goodison Park, kick off: 14:00. Everton – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Everton (2-3-5): George Kitchen, George Eccles, John
Southampton v Liverpool
February 8, 1902 Southampton v Liverpool. At the Dell, Southampton, before a great crowd. The ground was in splendid condition when the teams lined up,
Southampton v Liverpool 4-1 (FA Cup: February 8, 1902)
February 8, 1902 Match: FA Cup, Second Round, at The Dell, kick-off: 15:15. Southampton – Liverpool 4-1 (2-0). Attendance: 15,000; gate receipt: £918. Referee: Mr.
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