Friday, February 25 – 1944 Victor Wright (Vic Wright), Chelmsford City inside forward, has, I am told, become the landlord of a public house near
Born: January 17, 1860, in Liverpool (Lancashire), in England. Passed away: March 16, 1933, in Marlybone (London), in England. Timeline: 1860, February 16: Baptism, St.
November 10, 1923 Aston Villa centre half Ex-policeman arrested after street drama Thomas Ball, the Aston Villa centre half-back, was shot dead outside his house
May 11, 1904 The announcement that Mr. Robert Blyth had resigned the managership of the Portsmouth Football Club was made yesterday, and created quite a
November 8, 1901 A wide circle of people interested in the winter sport, and especially those who followed the fortunes of Burnley in the palmy
May 25, 1896 Rotherham will not have the chance next season of witnessing at home any good football league matches. The Town Club are knocked
April 11, 1892 Yesterday, at the Chancery Court, St George’s hall, the vice-chancellor (Mr F.W.Taylor) had before him a motion – Houlding v Mahon and
February 26, 1892 An important meeting of the Football League was held at the Royal Hotel, Manchester, Friday evening. Permission was granted to Everton to