February 5, 1944 Match: War League Cup (North), Qualifying match, at Goodison Park. Everton – Wrexham 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 14,309; Gate receipts: £955. Referee: Mr.
October 18, 1943 Liverpool completed the double “double” over Everton on Saturday to commune in leadership of the Football League (North) and make county combination
October 18, 1943 The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I preferred their
October 16, 1943 Everton included three new guest players against Liverpool in the return Merseyside “Derby” at Anfield today. They were Roberts (Bury) and Murphy
October 16, 1943 Liverpool: Alf Hobson, Jack Westby, Jeff Gulliver, Harry Kaye, Laurie Hughes, Jack Pilling, Jim Harley, Jack Balmer, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Cyril Done, Alf
October 16, 1943 Key note: “The return “derby” game, at Anfield was just as big a triumph for Liverpool as the first; in fact I
October 15, 1943 Both Liverpool and Everton will have out different teams for this return clash, but whereas Liverpool’s changes is limited to Nieuwenhuys return
October 14, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly has had a tough job getting together the Everton side for the return game with Liverpool at Anfield and
October 14, 1943 Liverpool will probably play Berry Nieuwenhuys, their versatile South African, at centre forward. Manager Mr. George Kay said to me today that
October 11, 1943 Liverpool have dashed into the leadership of the Football league North, overtaking Blackpool and Aston Villa thanks to a smashing 6-4 victory
October 11, 1943 Liverpool Win “Derby” Game Liverpool won the “Derby” game at Goodison Park by six goals to four, the winners laying the foundation
October 9, 1943 Everton: George Burnett, Jack Jones, Norman Greenhalgh, Stan Bentham, Tommy Jones, Scott-Leo, Jack Grant, Eddie Wainwright, Tommy Lawton, Alex Stevenson, Jimmy McIntosh.
October 9, 1943 Key note: “Liverpool have dashed into the leadership of the Football league North, overtaking Blackpool and Aston Villa thanks to a smashing
October 8, 1943 The first of the big Merseyside Football League “Derby” games stands out as the premier attraction for tomorrow’s sport cards.” Everton and
October 6, 1943 Mr. Theo Kelly is endeavoring to turn out an extra-special side for Saturday’s Derby game with Liverpool at Goodison Park, and hopes
October 6, 1943 Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly, of Everton, is able to announce five certainties, for Saturday’s “Derby” game at Goodison Park with Liverpool. They
Saturday, August 21 – 1943 Match: Benefit for Lord Mayor’s War Fund, at Anfield. Liverpool – Everton 5-2 (0-0). Attendance: 13,250; gate receipts: £946. Referee:
May 13, 1943 Liverpool still have a chance to register their “hat-trick” of successes this season. Last night they won – for the second season
May 13, 1943 Although Everton won the second leg of the Liverpool Senior Cup, 3-2 at Goodison Park, last night, Liverpool take the trophy because
May 12, 1943 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup Final, Second Leg, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 3-2 (2-0). Attendance: 13,000; gate receipts: £670.
May 12, 1943 Everton and Liverpool meet in the second leg of the Liverpool Senior Cup at Goodison Park this evening. Kick-off at seven o’clock.
May 11, 1943 International stars from the four countries will be featured in the big Merseyside “Derby” match between Everton and Liverpool which will be
January 15, 1943 Everton face their most important Merseyside “Derby” game of the war period tomorrow when they go to Anfield to oppose Liverpool in
January 11, 1943 Young discoveries were the stars of the third of the season’s Merseyside “Derby” games, when Liverpool once again emphasised their claim to
Saturday, January 9 – 1943 Match: League War Cup Qualifying, Northern Section, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 18,206. Referee: