December 26, 1981 Key note: “Manchester City beat a 28-year-old hoodoo when they clinched their first league victory at Anfield since 1953. But what about
August 31, 1971 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Manchester City Reserves 1-1. Liverpool: Graham Lloyd, John Webb, David Rylands, Alun Evans, Bobby
Friday, August 9 – 1968 Liverpool manager Bill Shankly will not commit himself to making public his team for the opening match of the season
Wednesday, August 7 – 1968 Liverpool secretary Peter Robinson announces that they still have some ground tickets (5s) available for the opening game against Manchester
December 8, 1956 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Manchester City Reserves 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 4,755. Referee: Mr. I. Sleddon. Liverpool (2-3-5): Doug
October 22, 1947 Match: Lancashire Cup, First round, at Anfield. Liverpool – Manchester City 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. W. Prescot. Liverpool (2-3-5): Ray
April 9, 1945 Liverpool’s victory over Manchester City was complete in every respect, and right here let me emphasise that but for the super-goalkeeping of
April 7, 1945 Key note: “Liverpool’s victory over Manchester City was complete in every respect, and right here let me emphasise that but for the
April 6, 1945 Matt Busby, Jim Harley and Billy Liddell, Liverpool’s three Scottish internationals, are certain to play in tomorrow’s North Cup second round tie
April 5, 1945 Liverpool are faced with serious team problems for their North Cup second round tie – first “leg” – with Manchester City at
April 2, 1945 Liverpool, Merseyside’s most successful wartime club, are once again left to shoulder the banner of the area in the North War Cup.
September 11, 1944 The tragedy of Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Manchester City in yet another Anfield thriller was the accident to Cyril Done, the Reds’
August 30, 1943 Liverpool, starting the season with a clear-cut 4-1 victory over Manchester City at Anfield, would have won by a considerably bigger margin
September 22, 1941 Manchester City were a well-beaten team in a match of changing fortunes and productive of fast, keen, exhilarating football all through. Liverpool
September 22, 1941 One could not have wished for more enthralling fare than at Anfield, where there was quite a big gathering of the soccer
September 20, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Manchester City 4-2 (2-2). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. R. Mortimer (Huddersfield).
September 19, 1941 The visit of Manchester City to Anfield to oppose Liverpool provides the premier soccer attraction on Merseyside tomorrow, when there will be
September 17, 1941 Willie Fagan, Liverpool’s Scottish inside-forward, will make his first appearance of the season next Saturday, when he plays against Manchester City in
May 27, 1940 Liverpool and Manchester City provided a Regional game of the highest order. In peace-time 60,000 or 70,000 people would have been enraptured.
May 27, 1940 The Liverpool v Manchester City clash at Anfield was one in which both teams showed no quarter and added speed and craft
May 25, 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool – Manchester City 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. A.E. Smith (Liverpool).
May 24, 1940 Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool has been busy all the week seeking players to complete a representative side to oppose Manchester
May 21, 1940 Liverpool have made all their arrangements for winding up the season. In addition to the match with Manchester City at Anfield on
May 2, 1940 Liverpool’s game against New Brighton, due to have been played at Rake Lane on May 8, has been postponed. On May 11
September 4, 1935 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 18:30. Liverpool – Manchester City 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 32,449. Liverpool (2-3-5): Arthur Riley, Tommy