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
Here is a magical number for you, 8,821. It is number of days actually, and a sequence that started on April 21, 1923 and ended
July 14, 2013 Two years before the Titanic’s first, fatal voyage, 11 months before World War 1 started, the life of a manager who is
Overview Scottish Football League winner: 1890-91: Dumbarton and Glasgow Rangers; 1898-99: Glasgow Rangers; 1899-00: Glasgow Rangers; 1900-01: Glasgow Rangers; 1901-02: Glasgow Rangers; 1910-11: Glasgow Rangers;
February 14, 1996 Bob Paisley, English football’s reluctant genius, died yesterday bequeathing our national game a record that will never be surpassed. The man whose
Tuesday, September 29 – 1981 Former Liverpool football manager Bill Shankly died early today. The end came at 1.20 a.m. in Liverpool’s Broadgreen Hospital. Mr.
Monday, June 8 – 1981 Ray Clemence wants to leave European champions Liverpool. This bombshell news for Anfield came when the 32-year-old goalkeeper met Bob
Thursday, May 4 – 1978 Tommy Smith admitted defeat yesterday and dropped out of next Wednesday’s European Cup Final with Bruges a week after dropping
August 10, 1977 Kenny Dalglish travelled to Liverpool this afternoon ready to become Scotland’s latest football export – and the costliest player in British football
July 20, 1977 Tommy Smith will be a Liverpool player for the next two years. Two months of speculation have ended in agreement between the
July 23, 1976 Liverpool are ready for next season’s challenge in the European Cup – and they are prepared to plunge into the transfer market
All articles about John Bamber on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About John Balmer: Born: April 11, 1895: Peasley Cross (Lancashire), in England. Passed away: August 19, 1971: St
Friday, August 9 – 1968 Liverpool manager Bill Shankly will not commit himself to making public his team for the opening match of the season
Thursday, August 13 – 1964 Liverpool, Thursday: Bill Shankly, the dynamo behind League champions Liverpool, thumped the desk in his office under the main stand
Saturday, April 18 – 1964 Liverpool, with considerable Mersey sound, whooped their way into the Football League championship on Saturday. But so far as Bill
All articles about Billy Meredith on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Billy Meredith: Born: July 30, 1874: Chirk (Denbigshire), Wales. Passed away: April 19, 1958: Withington (Lancashire), Manchester.
All articles about Bob Holmes on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Bob Holmes: Born: June 23, 1867: Preston (Lancashire), England. Passed away: November 16, 1955: Preston (Lancashire), England.
All articles about Billy Watson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Billy Watson: Born: September 11, 1890: North Meols (Lancashire), England. ** His birth certificate says he was
Monday, April 19 – 1954 A sad postscript to Liverpool’s departure from the First Division after forty-nine years was the announcement yesterday of the death
April 18, 1954 Mr. George Kay, formerly manager of Liverpool Football Club, died at Liverpool on Sunday night at the age of 66. He had
Saturday, May 31 – 1947 Match: Football League, First Division, at Molineux, kick-off: 15:00. Wolverhampton Wanderers – Liverpool 1-2 (0-2). Attendance: 50,765. Referee: Mr. J.
All articles about Sam Thomson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Sam Thomson: Born: February 14, 1862: Wellwood (Ayrshire), Scotland. Passed away: December 23, 1943: East Ribbleton (Lancashire),
May 6, 1943 The most gratifying feature of Liverpool’s success in the season now drawing to a close has been not the winning of the
March 5, 1942 Saturday will be a big day for the young players of Liverpool’s Amateur team. In the afternoon they visit Randle at Runcorn
June 9, 1941 Preston North End set their seal on the 1940-41 Cup and League “double” when they beat Liverpool 6-1 at Deepdale on Saturday,