Tag: Maurice Parry

Death of Maurice Parry

Sunday, March 24 – 1935 The death occurred during the week-end of Mr. Maurice Parry, many times Welsh international wing half-back, one-time manager of Rotherham Town and coach to Liverpool F.C. until two years ago. He was one of a noted line of half-backs for Liverpool when Alex […]

Maurice Parry coaching in Barcelona

January 8, 1924 Maurice Parry, the ex-manager of the Rotherham County Club, is now coaching in Barcelona. He is associated with Alf Spouncer, the former Nottingham Forest forward, but there are a number of British footballers, lights of other days, who are also coaching Spanish teams. Football is […]

War-wounds for Maurice Parry

February 3, 1916 All local and Welsh sportsmen will be sorry to learn that Maurice Parry, the Welsh international, who played many years for Liverpool F.C., has been in hospital. Parry is a lieutenant in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and took part in the Dardanelles operations. He has […]

The fishy business at Anfield

December 16, 1915 Next Saturday’s game at Anfield brings to our memory a fishy smell. Stoke and Liverpool will ever be associated with one of the few fiascos ever played. Considering the number of games played, the number of fiascos is infinitesimal and this fact is due to […]

Army promotion for Maurice Parry

June 18, 1915 Sergeant Maurice Pryce Parry, of the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry, who has been gaetted second-lieutenant in the 7th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, is the ex-Liverpool and Welsh International footballer, having represented Wales on sixteen occasion – seven times against England, five against Scotland, and four against Ireland. […]

The funeral of Tom Watson

May 11, 1915 A cool corner of Anfield Cemetery had been chosen. The sun’s rays shaded his last resting-place. “Tom” was buried there. The day was beauteously fine, and the setting of the last act was all peaceful. The whole sports-world seemed to be represented. The late manager […]

Big changes at Anfield

June 13, 1909 There has been something akin to an upheavel at Anfield-road. In every respect last season was a disastrous one, although Liverpool profited by the misfortune of other clubs and just managed to remain in the First League. John Cox, Alex Raisbeck, Alf West, Maurice Parry, […]

Alex Raisbeck transferred to Partick Thistle

June 11, 1909 Alex Raisbeck, the famous Scottish centre half, has been transferred by the Liverpool Club to Partick Thistle, the Scottish League organisation which has already secured Maurice Parry, another Liverpool half. Raisbeck was with Liverpool for eleven seasons, and had two benefits while with the Anfield […]

Maurice Parry transferred to Partick Thistle

May 17, 1909 Partick Thistle have been long in starting to sign players, but they have started well. Yesterday they announced the capture of Maurice Parry, the Welsh internationalist, who played last season at right half for Liverpool. He played for the Principality in all three Internationals during […]

Portrait of Maurice Parry

Saturday, February 27 – 1909 This accomplished footballer was born at Oswestry, and was educated at the High School there. Here he commenced his career as a half back, and after leaving the institution became attached to the Old Boys’ Club of that town. At the age of […]

Big FA Cup win at Anfield

January 18, 1909 Nobody took Saturday’s defeat at Liverpool very seriously to heart. A few there were, ultra-enthusiasts, who thought the Cite might conceivably bring off a coup, and who talked of Trinity’s achievement at Sunderland and that of Crystal Palace at Newcastle. They even went so far […]