During WW1 Liverpool used a player named Waine in many matches. Book sources have claimed his name was Jack Waine. By going through numerous editions
February 15, 1901 The recent suspension of five Liverpool players by their club for leaving the field during a Combination match, without the permission of
Tuesday, June 13 – 1933 The Liverpool Football Club report a loss on the season’s working of £1,284 compared with a profit the previous season
Season Trainer(s) Comments, info 1892-1893 A Dick and J Richardson Dick Profile page 1893-1894 T Whitway 1894-1895 T Whitway and Jackson 1895-1896 T Whitway and
Season Secretary 1892-1893 W.E. Barclay 1893-1894 W.E. Barclay 1894-1895 W.E. Barclay 1895-1896 J. McKenna 1896-1897 T. Watson 1897-1898 T. Watson 1898-1899 T. Watson 1899-1900 T.
Season President Comments, info 1892-1893 J. Houlding 1893-1894 J. Houlding 1894-1895 J. Houlding 1895-1896 J. Houlding 1896-1897 J. Houlding 1897-1898 J. Houlding 1898-1899 J. Houlding
Season Manager Comments, info 1892-1893 W.E. Barclay Acted more as a secretary. The club most likely had a management committee. 1893-1894 W.E. Barclay 1894-1895 W.E.
Friday, December 28 – 1979 There is no secret formula behind Liverpool’s 16-year saga of success in domestic and European football. Just one word explains
Saturday, December 22 – 1979 Match: Football League, First Division, at Baseball Ground, kick-off: 15.00. Derby County – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 24,945. Referee: Mr.
August 1, 1979 Wolves finally got their man yesterday when Emlyn Hughes completed his slow motion move from Liverpool by signing a two-year contract. But
July 26, 1979 Liverpool have sold English soccer short by trading their influential name to sponsorship for a meagre £50,000, say marketing experts. Though their
Saturday, April 30 – 1977 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Anfield. Liverpool – Ipswich Town 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 56,044 Referee: Mr. P. Willis. Liverpool:
Saturday, August 16 – 1975 Liverpool: Admission prices: 65p – £1,30. Summer signings: Joey Jones (Wrexham, £110,000). Transferred: Frank Lane (Notts County, free), Ian McDonald
Saturday, January 16 – 1971 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Selhurst Park, kick off: 15:00. Crystal Palace – Liverpool 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 28,253. The
Thursday, October 6 – 1966 Liverpool manager Bill Shankly last night paid out £35,000 … for two “unknown” full backs from Wrexham. Stuart Mason, 18,
Monday, May 24 – 1965 LIVERPOOL (ASSOCIATION) FOOTBALL CLUB SECRETARY Applications for this position are invited from men aged 30 – 45. The secretary will
Thursday, February 18 – 1960 Mr. Bill Shankly, the Liverpool manager, said last night that after a talk with Johnny Morrissey, the club’s nineteen-year-old winger,
Wednesday, February 10 – 1960 Dave Hickson, controversial Liverpool centre forward, has been given a break by the Football Association. Hickson, sent off, against Sheffield
Wednesday, January 7 – 1959 The match that has turned Worcester into a Cup-crazy City is in danger. Rain threatens to wash out their glamour
Saturday, April 19 – 1958 Match: Football League, 2nd Division, at Upton Park West Ham United – Liverpool 1-1 (0-1) Attendance: 37,750 The Liverpool Eleven:
Tuesday, December 15 – 1953 Liverpool are excited at the success they have had with amateurs in the first team. Barry Wilkinson and Corbett Crosswell
Saturday, September 10 – 1952 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 18:00. Liverpool – Tottenham 2-1 (0-1). Attendance: 49,809. Liverpool (2-3-5): Charles Ashcroft;
Saturday, August 19 – 1950 Liverpool’s manager, Mr. George Kay, could, if he wished, talk about football with knowledge and authority for a long time.
Friday, August 11 – 1950 Keith Gardner, outside left, 19-years-old son of Tommy Gardner (ex England) was signed by Liverpool. (Daily Express, 11-08-1950)
Monday, March 3 – 1947 A “SECRET” victory plan, which deceived thousands of fans who roared disapproval of their team’s tactics, won its creators a