March 7, 1927 Confidence tells. Wednesday will have reason to remember their visits to Merseyside during the past week, when they surrendered maximum points to
November 20, 1926 The rise of the Liverpool club furnishes something of a romance in the history of football. In its comparatively short existence, all
April 10, 1926 Recently I made indication of a cable from South Africa which suggested that the South Africans on Merseyside were likely to return
January 30, 1926 Match: FA Cup, Fourth Round, at Craven Cottage, kick off: 14:45. Fulham – Liverpool 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 36,381; Gate receipt: £2,427. Referee:
August 11, 1924 William Lacey, Liverpool’s famous Irishman who was given a free transfer by the club, has thrown in his lot with New Brighton.
June 9, 1923 Liverpool are reported to be keen on securing Billy McDevitt, one of the best forward in Irish junior football. He assisted North
May 14, 1921 When I was signed on for four pounds. Remarkable incident in which Bobbie Parker figures. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous
May 7, 1921 When seventeen clubs wanted me to sign on. My remarkable discovery and capture by Liverpool F.C. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the
August 12, 1919 Joe Donnachie has been transferred from Glasgow to Everton football club, his is one of the most remarkable cases in that he
July 5, 1919 Mr. William Robert Williams, the well-known city undertaker, has been appointed to the chair of the Liverpool Football Club. It is no
Saturday, January 6 – 1917 The returns for the first half of the season with regard to the financial side of the game show that
Saturday, October 14 – 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, Primary, at Bloomfield Road. Blackpool – Liverpool 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. R. Eccles; linesmen: Messrs.
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
May 8, 1915 A tiff Alick Raisbeck had with John “Sailor” Hunter. The most graceful footballer I’ve ever seen. About the never-to-be-forgotten ‘National at Ibrox.
Saturday, April 25 – 1914 If enthusiasm will win the Cup, Liverpool have a jolly good chance. Something like 20,000 excited, shouting people left the
April 20, 1914 The weather was delightful this morning when the Liverpool players who are going to uphold the honour of Merseyside at the Palace
Saturday, April 4 – 1914 Merseyside football followers will readily agree with the statement made by a writer in the “Football Players’ Magazine” that there
Thursday, May 15 – 1913 James Bradley, the Liverpool and Reading half-back, has returned to the Potteries. He has signed for the Stoke club, to
July 31, 1912 Ronald Orr, the Liverpool forward who in recent seasons has figured regularly in the First League team of the Merseyside club, has
July 16, 1910 The news which was first made public in last Saturday’s “Football Field” to the effect that Joe Hewitt had been transferred to
May 11, 1907 Liverpool F.C. gossip. Things in the Liverpool camp are more tranquil than was the case a year ago, when the signal was
September 22, 1906 Companions in distress When we find the English Cup-holders and League champions going astray to the extent of five points out of
August 4, 1905 “Finest holidays I have ever spent.” That was the first point Mr. Tom Watson, the Liverpool Football Club secretary, made known to
January 2, 1904 For a team that has time and again proved itself capable of achieving great things on the field of football, Liverpool has