December 24, 1921 Match: Football League, First Division, at Old Trafford, kick-off: 14:15. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. G.N. Watson
January 1, 1920 Match: Central League, at Old Trafford. Manchester United Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-2. XX
December 26, 1919 Match: Football League, First Division, at Old Trafford, kick-off: 14:15. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 45,000. Referee: Mr. W.S. Brearley.
Saturday, May 17 – 1919 Match: Benefit for the Footballers’ War Fund, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 3-1 (1-0). Manchester United (2-3-5): Jack
February 1, 1919 Match: Lancashire Section, at Old Trafford, kick-off: 15:10. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. F. Leigh. Manchester United
January 31, 1919 Liverpool, by playing a more open game than that which was all against the “going” last week, should not be troubled to
Monday, December 9 – 1918 It would seem that we shall never get the last portion of the scandal match – Liverpool v Manchester United.
February 18, 1918 Under the new Petrol Order, which precludes the use of petrol substitutes, or gas, for the conveying of players or spectators to
January 28, 1918 It was more like Liverpool to win by a two clear goals’ margin – this in spite of Ephraim Longworth’s continued absence.
January 26, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Preliminary Tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J. Twist. Manchester United
Monday, July 9 – 1917 Judgment given against the pursuer The sensational football libel case in which Enoch James West, a professional football player, claimed
Thursday, July 5 – 1917 A case of considerable interest in football circles was opened to-day in the King’s Bench Division, when Mr. Enoch James
Wednesday, October 11 – 1916 En passant, Ted Taylor, the Liverpool goalkeeper, last week performed a rare feat at Manchester United’s ground. There was a
Saturday, October 7 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. L.P. Hitchen; linesmen: Messrs.
Friday, October 6 – 1916 The groin injury – a very painful one – Pagnam suffered on Saturday and succeeding days have now faded out,
Monday, April 10 – 1916 Private J. Sheldon, of the Footballer’s Battalion, has written the following letter from France in regard to the “scandal match”
March 20, 1916 There was a very leisurely air about the encounter between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford, on Saturday, and though the
March 18, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, supplementary tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. J.I. Turner; linesmen: Messrs.
March 17, 1916 For the second week in succession Liverpool go to Manchester. Last week they did well to draw at Hyde-road, and they are
March 16, 1916 Liverpool team to visit Manchester United: – Ted Taylor, Ephraim Longworth, James Middlehurst, John Bamber, Walter Wadsworth, Donald Mackinlay, Robert Waine, Wilfred
January 31, 1916 Liverpool’s visit to Trafford Park, on Saturday, where they met Manchester United in the presence of 10,000 spectators, was provocative of an
January 29, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs.:
January 1, 1916 Writing in the “Sporting Chronicle,” on Wednesday, “J.C.” has the following interesting “peep behind the scenes” in connection with the football scandal:
November 26, 1915 To-night, at Manchester, the Football Association and League held what is probably their last of many meetings regarding the inquiry into the
November 23, 1915 The F.A. and League Commission into the Liverpool-Manchester United game, an important announcement upon which was made in Saturday’s “Football Echo,” has