All articles about Johnny Walker on PlayUpLiverpool. You can read a great article about John Walker on Andy Mitchell’s “Scottish Sport History.” For note sake
December 13, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Middlesbrough 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. A. Ward. Liverpool (2-3-5):
December 6, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Ayrsome Park, kick-off: 14:15. Middlesbrough – Liverpool 3-2 (3-2). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. A. Ward. Middlesbrough
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.
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.
April 17, 1915 The most remarkable semi-final in my career. Alex Raisbeck relates practical jokes of John Walker. How Johnnie Goldie’s impediment roused wrath of
March 22, 1915 Poor display at Middlesbrough. It is a trite observation in certain contingencies that “the least said, the soonest mended.” Liverpool’s display against
March 20, 1915 Key note: “Liverpool never really got going in an organised way, and with a few precious exceptions in the later stages of
November 14, 1914 Key note: “Middlesbrough played their seventh draw in the course of twelve games when, at Liverpool, they shared honours with the Anfielders
November 13, 1914 When facing Liverpool at Anfield tomorrow, Middlesbrough tackle the most inconsistent team in the League, and no surprise, therefore, need be felt
May 5, 1914 Some of the most notable of the deals in players since the four-figure transfer fee became the fashion, when Middlesbrough paid £1,000
April 18, 1914 Key note: “With all their thoughts and aspirations turned towards Crystal Palace, it was scarcely to be expected that Liverpool would strain
December 15, 1913 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Middlesbrough 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. C.R. Hall. Liverpool (2-3-5):
September 1, 1910 Match: Football League, First Division, at Hyde Road. Manchester City – Bury 5-1 (2-1). Attendance: 18,000. Referee: Mr. W. Chadwick; linesmen: Messrs.
Wednesday, January 23 – 1907 Footballers will regret to learn of the tragic death of Willie Walker, the veteran Leith Athletic player which took place
January 6, 1905 Readers of the “News” will not be altogether unprepared for the sad announcement that Nicol Smith, Glasgow Rangers’ famous right back, has
April 16, 1904 Match: Scottish FA Cup Fina, at Hampden Park. Celtic – Glasgow Rangers 3-2 (2-2). Attendance: 64,323; gate receipts: £1,800. Referee: Mr. Tom
April 4, 1904 International: Inter League, at Bank Street, Clayton (Manchester). English League – Scottish League 2-1 (0-1). Attendance: 40,000. Referee: Mr. W. Nunnerly (Wrexham).
March 9, 1904 John Walker, after many years in other positions, finds himself asked to fill the bill as an outside right against Wales at
February 27, 1904 International: Inter League, at Love Street (Paisley). Scottish League – Irish League 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. Fred Kirkham (Preston, English
March 14, 1903 International: Inter League, at Celtic Park. Scottish League – English League 0-3 (0-0). Attendance: 39,000. Referee: Mr. Sam Torrans (Ireland). Scottish League
October 9, 1902 The vexed question – Who is to be outside right in the Dundee team against St. Mirren at Paisley in the Scottish
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
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
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