All articles about Alf Ferrier on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Alf Ferrier: Born: 1880, in Brechin, in Scotland. Passed away: Position: Centre forward. Height: 182 cm. (5ft.
Registered players for Larne Football Club, season 1936-37: James Barr, Position: Full-back; (Whiteabbey, Larne Olympic); Victor Beattie, Position: Goalkeeper; Height: 5ft. 8in., weight: 11st. 0lb.;
Wednesday, November 14 – 1928 John McFarlane, Aberdeen’s reserve centre forward, has been transferred to Liverpool, and will turn out for the English First League
November 10, 1928 Representatives of the Liverpool Club were present watching John McFarlane, Aberdeen’s centre forward, and Bruce Clarke, the 18 year old Montrose left
August 1, 1927 Aberdeen have not made many changes and they have one of the longest playing lists in the League. Every position is duplicated.
July 12, 1910 At a meeting of the board of directors of the Cardiff City Association Football Club Company, in the Bristol and South Wales
July 10, 1901 Millwall Athletic F.C. have begun to complete their establishment for next season, and though their team manager, Mr.Robert Hunter, who is presently
August 25, 1900 After being behind all the season, Liverpool overtook their local rivals at the fag-end, and finished up a shade better in the
August 20, 1900 Like their neighbours across the Park, the Anfield eleven last season suffered from a series of relapses, which at one time threatened
Saturday, May 5 – 1900 Alf Ferrier, of Brechin, who quite recently visited England on trial, to play for Liverpool, gave such creditable displays that
Saturday, April 14 – 1900 In marked contrast to previous seasons, the ‘’gate” at Goodison Park was yesterday of very limited proportion, the boisterous weather,
Friday, April 13 – 1900 The Montrose team have lost one of their best players in Alf Ferrier, who has gone over to the professional
September 23, 1892 The secretary of the Football Association informs us that the following professionals were reinstated as amateurs on the 23rd inst.: – Richard
March 1, 1890 Inter County, at Rugby Park (Kilmarnock). Ayrshire – Forfarshire 3-1 (3-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. Walker (Renfrewshire). Ayrshire (2-3-5): Andrew Baird (Irvine),