It hurts me a little to report this but Ned Doig is no longer the oldest debutant for Liverpool Football Club. Well, I found an
August 25, 1941 A few weeks ago a 17 year-old Bootle lad received a postcard inviting him to have a trial with Everton Football Club.
All articles about Ned Doig on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Ned Doig: Born: October 29, 1866: Letham, in Scotland. Passed away: November 7, 1919: Liverpool, in England.
Friday, November 7 – 1919 “Ned” Doig, Scotland’s international goalkeeper, died at Liverpool on Friday night. A native of Letham, Forfarshire, Doig’s first senior team
Friday, February 28 – 1919 Mr. Alexander Doig, shoemaker, father of J.E. Doig, the famous international goalkeeper, has died in the infirmary at the advanced
Friday, October 13 – 1916 The performance of kicking a goal-kick the length of the field, credited to Ted Taylor last Saturday, brings to mind
February 28, 1916 Thank goodness, the men of the Liverton clubs did not besmirch their characters in the critical eye of the football world. Bradford
February 21, 1916 Good news, my sirs! Liverpool F.C., who have lost Elisha Scott (loaned to the Irish club, Linfield), and are losing Gunner Kenneth
November 15, 1915 The question was whether Liverpool could rise to the occasion and beat so good a side as Southport. They managed it after
June 13, 1915 Ned Doig, the old Arbroath and Scottish Internationalist goalkeeper, is now a prosperous insurance agent in Liverpool. (The Post, Sunday Special: June
May 22, 1915 My most memorable season at Liverpool. Alick Raisbeck recalls touching incident. About the late Tom Watson. International which was played in showers
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 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
May 9, 1915 In the West of Scotland there were few better known personalities in the world of football than the late Tom Watson, manager
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.
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which took place yesterday afternoon,
April 29, 1913 It isn’t very often that I do anything in the writing line; in fact, to tell the truth, I am scarcely cut
Monday, September 9 – 1912 Considering that Liverpool and Manchester City were in such dire danger of relegation last season, their auspicious commencement should prove
August 25, 1912 Liverpool without Sam Hardy next season will appear strange, but those connected with the club believe that in young Kenneth Campbell they
November 23, 1910 It is admitted on all sides that the quality of the football served up at Anfield this season has not been the
January 27, 1910 The death occurred at Panmure Street, Arbroath, of Mr. David Storrier, the well-known footballer. Deceased had been in indifferent health for a
December 27, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool Reserves – St. Helens Recreation 6-1 (3-0). Referee: Mr. E.J. Whittaker; linesmen: Messrs.: W.
November 21, 1908 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool Reserves – St. Helens Recreation 3-3 (2-0). Attendance: “Fair.” Referee: Mr. R.H. Greenall; linesmen:
August 31, 1908 Liverpool. There are few changes of note at Anfield, though whether this is a favourable omen or otherwise will be determined in
August 8, 1908 Liverpool’s changes Contrary to rule, Liverpool wound up the last League season that ever was in an average position – eight instead