All articles about Malcolm Glazzard on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Malcolm Glazzard: Born: July 1, 1931: Eastham, England. Passed away: June 26, 2012: Rhode Island, USA. Obituary
August 1, 1957 The former Liverpool reserve team inside forward, Malcolm Glazzard, is now visiting his parents in Suffolk Avenue, Ellesemere Port – as a
September 27, 1951 Match: Central League, at Bloomfield Road, kick-off: 15:00. Blackpool Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 3-1 (3-0). Referee: Mr. H. Freeman; linesmen: Messrs.: W.H.
July 26, 1951 Malcolm Glazzard and Steve McEwan, two former Liverpool players who were given a free transfer at the close of last season, are
May 7, 1951 Liverpool have granted free transfer to Keith Gardner, Ray Minshull, Malcolm Glazzard, Kenny Swift, Peter Kenneth Clemenson, Steve McEwan, John Coppack and
August 14, 1950 The following amateur players on Liverpool’s books have been chosen to make up the party to go to San Remo, Italy, for
August 12, 1950 Key note: “Liverpool’s game proceeded on normal pre-season lines for the first half, with the seniors taking matters very comfortably and the
August 12, 1950 The players who will represent Liverpool’s “Under Eighteens” in the International tournament in Italy on August, 20, 21 and 22. Liverpool F.C.
July 18, 1949 Within a month we will be in the throes of football. Several clubs have already started their preparations for the forthcoming season.
June 24, 1949 Liverpool F.C. do not intend to spend money for spending’s sake. They will not spend thousands of pounds just for the privilege
May 27, 1949 Malcolm Glazzard, aged 17, a six-foot, 11½ stone inside forward, yesterday signed professional forms for Liverpool F.C., on whose books, as an
January 5, 1945 Liverpool F.C. have signed on amateur forms two products of Ellesmere Port football, Malcolm Glazzard, left half-back, and Leonard Gibbons, centre half-back.