All articles about Cyril Sidlow on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Cyril Sidlow: Born: November 26, 1915: Colwyn Bay, in Wales. Passed away: April 12, 2005: Codsall (Staffordshire),
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February 20, 1946 Cyril Sidlow, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Welsh international goalkeeper, was born in Colwyn Bay, and kept goal for his school there. When he finished
June 3, 1943 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, is now enjoying a well-earned rest at Llandudno and writes to say that he is having
January 11, 1943 Young discoveries were the stars of the third of the season’s Merseyside “Derby” games, when Liverpool once again emphasised their claim to
August 5, 1933 Hugh Lester, aged 42, a well-known footballer who has played for Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Weston-Super-Mare, and Ethel Georgina Vickers, aged 32,
March 6, 1926 International, Inter League, friendly, at Chester. Welsh League XI – Cheshire League XI 4-3. Attendance: Large. Referee: Mr. R. Collinge (Manchester). Welsh
August 2, 1923 Liverpool F.C. were to have gone on a trip to Llandudno to-day, but they have postponed it in order that the club
July 30, 1923 The Everton and Liverpool players are ordered to report for training on Wednesday. Everton will hold their first public practice on August
August 24, 1920 In view of their arduous campaign Liverpool F.C. yesterday went their annual outing to Llandudno and neighbourhood. They had, as last year,
November 13, 1914 Lieutenant Arnold Dargie, now in a training camp with his regiment, competing at the Northern Welsh Counties Fur and Feather Show at
Tuesday, December 27 – 1910 About six o’clock on Tuesday morning a lad turning out with milk supply at Llandudno discovered the dead body of
June 13, 1908 On the way to Llandudno last Saturday, where the Lancashire Combination delegates were entertained by the directors of the Everton club, the
August 19, 1906 Mr. Tom Watson, secretary of the Liverpool Football Club was yesterday robbed of nearly £100 on Llandudno Pier. He went from Liverpool
Saturday, June 3 – 1899 The annual general meeting of the representatives of the clubs forming the Football Combination was held at Liverpool on Saturday.
March 31, 1899 Reserves, The Combination, at Llandudno. Llandudno Swifts – Liverpool Reserves 2-1 (0-1). Attendance: 4,000; gate receipt: £65. Llanudno Swits (2-3-5): Robinson; S.
October 29, 1898 Reserves, friendly, at Llandudno. Llandudno Swift – Liverpool Reserves 1-6 (1-2). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Matt McQueen, General Stevenson, Tom Wilkie, Jones.
March 18, 1893 Match: International, British Championship, at the Racecourse Ground (Wrexham). Wales – Scotland 0-8 (0-5). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. W.H. Stacey (Sheffield); linesmen:
June 14, 1892 The International Football Board met at Llandudno yesterday, Mr. J. Taylor in the chair. Messrs. D.J. Davies (president of the Welsh Football
August 22, 1891 In face of the continued rainy season, tickets for the Everton Football Club’s annual picnic and sports were not in request, as