September 16, 1942 Match: Army friendly, at Grosvenor Park; kick-off: 18:00. Irish League – British Army 2-3 (1-0). Attendance: 15,000; gate receipts: £700. Irish League
September 12, 1942 Match: Army match, at Windsor Park. Irish FA – British Army 3-2 (1-0). Attendance: 35,000; gate receipts: £1,699. Referee: Mr. W.R. Hamilton.
June 4, 1942 For their match against the Army side at Anfield on Saturday, Liverpool are likely to include a number of players from other
Tuesday, May 12 – 1942 Liverpool FC have applied to the Football Association for permission to stage a charity game at Anfield on Saturday, June
Saturday, April 18 – 1942 Match: International friendly, at Hampden Park. Scotland – England 5-4 (2-1). Attendance: 75,000. Referee: Mr. R. Calder (Rutherglen). Scotland (2-3-5):
June 25, 1941 Will Jimmy Caskie turn out for Hibs in their return match with Clyde at Shawfield? Some time ago, the Hibernian manager applied
January 3, 1941 Though the Liverpool team these days includes half a dozen players who were “A” teamers when the war broke out, it is
Thursday, August 15 – 1940 Liverpool Football Club’s professional and signed amateurs report for training on Tuesday evening next. Matt Busby and Jim Harley have
May 21, 1940 The Reds will be without their captain, Matt Busby, for the match on Saturday. Mr. George Kay, manager of the Reds, states
May 17, 1940 Liverpool will again have the aid of Brown and Guttridge, their guest-artists from Aston Villa and Huddersfield, for tomorrow’s Western Regional game
May 14, 1940 Having won the Liverpool Senior Cup, which they lifted from Liverpool last night. Everton have another final on the list, against Bury,
May 14, 1940 Everton won the Liverpool Cup for the 26th time; in fact, they made so sure of it in the first 19 minutes
May 13, 1940 Match: Liverpool Cup, final, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 6-3 (4-1). Attendance: 5,834. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans. Everton (2-3-5):
May 1, 1940 The Liverpool side to go to Oldham for a friendly on Saturday includes Nivvy at centre-forward and Brown of Huddersfield, at centre-half.
March 21, 1940 Liverpool visit Crewe Alexandra in a Western Regional game and another good display is anticipated. A number of changes have been made
March 4, 1940 Liverpool won their way to the Liverpool Senior Cup final by a victory over Southport, at Anfield, by 5 goals to 1.
March 2, 1940 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, semi-final, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:10. Liverpool – Southport 5-1 (2-1). Attendance: 1,500 at start, increasing to 4,000. Referee:
March 2, 1940 Match, International, representative friendly, at Park Avenue (Bradford). Football League XI – All British Red Cross XI 4-4 (2-1). Attendance: 14,575; gate
March 1, 1940 Everton and Liverpool, already engaged to meet in one cup semi-final, have a great chance tomorrow of coming together in a cup-final.
Saturday, February 17 – 1940 It was good to receive a letter from Matt Busby, the Liverpool captain who is touring France with the British
Wednesday, February 14 – 1940 Congratulations to Arthur Riley and Matt Busby, of the Reds. They have received notification that they have been chosen to
Tuesday, February 6 – 1940 Mr. George Kay, manager of Liverpool, will have a talk with his directors today, and no doubt a probable team
Monday, January 22 – 1940 The following players were chosen, yesterday, to take part in the Football League v. All-British Red Cross match at Bradford
Saturday, January 20 – 1940 Match: Regional League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Chester 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.H.E. Evans
January 4, 1940 Manager George Kay, of Liverpool, has always been keen to give youth a show. Now that the war has cut into football