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 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.
November 20, 1944 I am assured that Liverpool had sufficient chances at Gigg Lane to have won three matches, but they frittered them away and
Monday, November 13 – 1944 Liverpool’s success over Manchester United at Maine Road – 5-2 the score – was never in doubt, for the Reds,
Saturday, November 11 – 1944 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Maine Road. Manchester United – Liverpool 2-5 (0-2). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. S. Boardman.
Friday, November 10 – 1944 Liverpool’s outlook for the visit to Maine Road for the return game with Manchester United is much brighter. Matt Busby
November 9, 1944 Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, has so many team matters which need confirmation that he was reluctant to announce any news
Tuesday, November 7 – 1944 Liverpool are making an effort to secure the services of Matt Busby, their captain and post-war coach for the return
Monday, November 6 – 1944 “Sport, football and racing in particular, proved just the tonic the working man wanted during the dark days of 1940,”
October 14, 1943 Mr. Ellis Smith (Stoke, Lab) asked the Secretary of Air why so many RAF police and officer were engaged checking men leaving
Monday, May 17 – 1943 For 66 minutes of the Lancashire Cup final at Maine-road it did not look as if Liverpool would be giving
May 15, 1943 Match: Lancashire Cup Final, Second Leg, at Maine Road. Manchester United – Liverpool 3-3 (2-1). Attendance: 9,196. Referee: Mr. Harry Holt (Rochdale).
Friday, May 14 – 1943 Ninety minutes of the football Liverpool showed in the second half at Goodison Park on Wednesday will be sufficient to
May 7, 1943 I shall be surprised if the Liverpool v Manchester United cup-tie does not prove one of the best games of the whole
January 15, 1943 Everton face their most important Merseyside “Derby” game of the war period tomorrow when they go to Anfield to oppose Liverpool in
October 6, 1942 Two of Liverpool’s pre-war players return to the team to visit Manchester United at Maine-road on Saturday – Nieuwenhuys and Harley. In
September 15, 1941 In pre-war days Liverpool used to bewilder their opponents by their quick forward switch. They were two down at Maine-road and then
September 15, 1941 Liverpool Football Club are going to insist that there is always a reasonable proportion of experienced players in their teams this season.
September 13, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Maine Road, kick-off: 15:00. Manchester City – Liverpool 3-4 (2-2). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. H.T. Wright.
September 12, 1941 Manager Mr. George Kay has still some doubt about the constitution of the Liverpool side to face Manchester City at Maine-road tomorrow.
Monday, August 12 – 1940 Clubs have been fixture-making during the past few days and the Football League Management Committee considered the fixture proposals at
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
December 30, 1937 A month ago Eric Brook, Manchester City’s international outside left, underwent an operation for appendicitis. Yesterday he amazed Trainer Tom Chorlton and
January 17, 1925 Match: Football League, First Division, at Maine Road, kick-off: 14:45. Manchester City – Liverpool 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. A.E. Fogg;
Monday, July 24 – 1922 The construction of Manchester City’s new ground at Maine-road, Moss Side, in that city, will be commenced during this week,