All articles about Alf Arrowsmith on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Alf Arrowsmith: Born: December 11, 1952: Manchester, England. Passed away: May 18, 2005: Tameside, England. Position: Inside
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All articles about Kenneth Campbell on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Kenneth Campbell: “A young custodian whom Liverpool people think is the finest goalkeeper playing. Born at Glasgow.
Malcolm Glazzard now in US Forces
August 1, 1957 The former Liverpool reserve team inside forward, Malcolm Glazzard, is now visiting his parents in Suffolk Avenue, Ellesemere Port – as a
William Devlin transferred to Burton Town
March 6, 1931 William Devlin, the ex-Cowdenbeath, Liverpool, and Huddersfield centre-forward, joined Burton Town last night. He signed on within an hour of arriving in
Season preview 1929/30 – Tranmere Rovers F.C. (The Athletic News)
Monday, August 5 – 1929 There are few changes to record at Prenton Park, as the directors were satisfied with last season’s players, of whom
Dick Ray new manager for Leeds United F.C.
June 19, 1927 Mr. Richard Ray, of Doncaster Rovers, has been appointed secretary-manager to Leeds United in succession to Mr. Arthur Fairclough, who recently retired.
Welsh League XI v Cheshire League XI 4-3 (Inter League: March 6, 1926)
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
Archie Goldies son for Glossop
August 29, 1913 Mr. Jimmy “Punch” McEwen, the Glossop manager, has made a couple of notable acquisitions to the team by signing J. Staniforth, centre
Lancashire Combination – Final League tables – 1912/1913
Wednesday, May 7 – 1913 (Burnley Express, 07-05-1913) Lancashire Combination, League table, Eccles Borough, Accrington Stanley, Nelson, Chorley, Barrow, Tranmere Rovers, Chester, St. Helens Recs,
Liverpudliana: By Richard Samuel (April 6, 1907)
April 6, 1907 The poverty of Liverpool’s forwards. The period of fish and eggs has savoured neither of a fishing resort nor a poultry farm,
The colours of the Manchester League teams
November 15, 1902 The colours of the Manchester League teams are: Berry’s Association, red and white stripes; Buxton, red and black halves; Broadheath, amber and
Reinstated amateur footballers
September 17, 1896 The following Lancashire professional footballers have been reinstated amateurs by the Football Association: – George Brown, Macclesfield; James Murray, Blackburn Rovers; Thomas
Meeting of the Football Association (August 5, 1892)
August 5, 1892 A meeting of the council of the Football Association took place last evening at the offices, 61 Chancery Lane, London, Mr. John
Meeting of the Football Association (April 25, 1892)
April 25, 1892 A meeting of the council of the above association was held at the offices, 61 Chancery Lane, last night, Mr. John Charles
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