September 26, 1893 There are signs in the football world of a crisis. It is, of course, a pecuniary crisis, and equally of course, the
May 31, 1893 A telegram; “Liverpool make application to the Second Division of the League”, signed by William Barclay, left Liverpool for London Wednesday morning.
May 6, 1893 The doings of the principal English Association clubs up to the end of the season are given below: – Played Won Lost
February 25, 1893 International: British Championship, at Perry Barr (Birmingham). England – Ireland 6-1 (4-1). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. T.R. Park (Scottish FA); Linesmen: W.S.
January 16, 1893 The colours of the League clubs are: Accrington, red; Aston Villa, claret and light blue; Bolton Wanderers, white; Burnley, claret and amber;
September 23, 1892 The secretary of the Football Association informs us that the following professionals were reinstated as amateurs on the 23rd inst.: – Richard
August 20, 1892 An individual from Leicester has already been foolishly calculating as to the ultimate result of the Football League championship of 1892-3, and
June 29, 1892 The annual general meeting of the Nottingham Forest Football Club was held on Wednesday in Room No 75 of the Mechanics’ Hall,
May 19, 1892 The following returned professionals have applied for and received “Whitewash” in Scotland: – Thomas Towie (Dumbarton) – Preston North End. John Clarkin
April 11, 1892 International: Inter League, at Pike’s Lane (Bolton). English League – Scottish League 2-2 (1-0) (match played 2 x 40 mins.). Attendance: 12,000.
January 8, 1892 The members, under the charge of Mr. Ellis, and after a sojourn of five months, sailed on Friday evening from the Kingston
May 2, 1891 The football season which closed on Thursday has been a remarkable one in many respects. With the first of last September the
April 20, 1891 Match: Inter League, at Olive Grove (Sheffield), kick-off: 15:30. Football Alliance – Football League 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. J. Tomlinson;
January 12, 1891 Match: International trial, at Arkwright Street (Nottingham), kick-off: 14:35. North – South 3-0 (3-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (Sheffield); umpries:
September 1, 1890 Today football resumes its exhilarating and boisterous reign, and though its temporary dethronement came as a welcome relief with the sunny days
January 13, 1890 Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 14:45. South – North 3-1 (1-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (the FA); umpires:
January 19, 1889 Match: International trial, at Monkswearmouth (Sunderland), kick-off: 14:40. North – South 1-2 (1-2). Attendance: 9,000. Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (Sheffield); umpires: Messrs.
August 1, 1888 The Nottingham Forest balance sheet shows the income of the club to have been £1,715 16s. 11d., and the expenditure £1,436 0s.
April 17, 1888 Last evening a meeting of representatives from various prominent clubs playing under Association Rules was held in the Royal Hotel, Manchester, for
January 14, 1888 Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 14:45. South – North 1-3 (1-0). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Major Marindin (English FA); Umpires: Messrs.
January 7, 1888 Match: FA Cup, Fifth Round, at Gregory Ground (Lenton), kick-off: 14:30. Nottingham Forest – The Wednesday 2-4 (2-1). Attendance: 8,000 (2,000 away
January 22, 1887 Match: International trial, at Aston Lower Grounds (Birmingham), kick-off: 14:45. North – South 4-2 (2-2). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. C. Crump (Birmingham
January 30, 1886 Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 14:55. South v North 3-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Major Marandin (the FA); umpires: Messrs.
March 6, 1880 Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 16:10. South – North 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,300. Referee: Mr. W.C. Clegg; umpires: Messrs. Major
All articles about Jack Earp on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jack Earp: Born: September 6, 1872: Nottingham, England. Passed away: Position: Right back. Height: Weight: Career: Nottingham