Registered players for Leyton Football Club, season 1914-15: Frederick Boreham, registered on the transfer list; Walter Busby, registered on the transfer list; Tommy Coxon, registered
All articles about John Birchall on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Birchall. Born: 1876: Prescot (Lancashire), in England. Passed away: Position: Left half. Height: Weight: Career: Whiston
September 21, 1957 Key note: “Leyton Orient would return to London on Saturday night pleased that they were not embroiled in one of the mammoth
August 10, 1955 The three close-season newcomers to Liverpool’s staff will be on view in Saturday’s public practice match, all of them in the probable
All articles about Jimmy Jackson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Jackson: Born: September 15, 1875: Cambuslang, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Left back. Height: Weight: Career: Hamilton
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Wednesday, October 18 – 1916 At this stage of the season it is customary to point to the clubs with an undefeated record. But Liverpool
September 3, 1915 The kick-off set for the morrow, and, despite the absence of the usual League furore and boom, there will doubtless be a
March 17, 1915 Ephraim Longworth, the consistent and resourceful full back, was born at Halliwell, and played for Bolton St Luke’s School team in his
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
Sunday, April 19 – 1914 The players who will probably represent Liverpool are as follow: – Kenneth Campbell (goalkeeper), a young custodian whom Liverpool people
January 13, 1912 X Kenneth Reginald Gunnery Hunt (Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News: November 19, 1910). X
Monday, November 7 – 1910 The Liverpool team at Middlesbrough on Saturday provided the form which last season landed them within measurable distance of championship
Saturday, October 29 – 1910 Capable full backs have been needed at Anfield since the days of Billy Dunlop and Alf West, before his unfortunate
October 22, 1910 Match: Southern League, First Division, at Cassio Road. Watford – Leyton 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. C. Austin; linesmen: Mr. W.
Referee: Mr. T.S. ????; linesmen: Messrs. J. H. Asworth and W. Balchin.
August 29, 1910 The alleged summer has been an eventual time for the Woolwich Arsenal club. The old ship (to use Dr Clark’s simile) has
August 18, 1910 It would be difficult to conceive more pitiable conditions than those prevailing on Thursday evening, the time appointed for Liverpool’s first public
August 14, 1910 Liverpool will have the same men who carried the club to second position in the League last season, and with the addition
August 6, 1910 When writing of Liverpool’s 1909-10 prospects, 12 months ago, I said “Liverpool’s present policy, position, and – shall I add? – prospects
Saturday, May 14 – 1910 Mr. Tom Watson, the secretary of Liverpool F.C., has been keeping a sharp lookout to snap up any promising players,
May 14, 1910 With regard to the Liverpool signatories, the Reds have good cause for congratulation, seeing that the entire pick of last season’s basket
December 11, 1909 International, friendly, at Stamford Bridge, kick-off: 14:30. England Amateurs – Holland 9-1. Attendance: 18,000. Referee: Mr. Charles Barette (Belgium). England Amateurs (2-3-5):
May 7, 1909 It is a distinct pleasure to review the past football season as far as the Swindon Town Club’s performances in the Southern
December 5, 1908 Liverpool (Combination team) v Coventry City. At Anfield (in place of the Workington match, the Cumbrian team playing for the English Cup).