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Manchester United stars at Crosby
Friday, August 7 – 1970 Three Cheshire League clubs from this area – Ellesmere Port, Rhyl and Marine – have given a big “Thank you”
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All articles about Albert Tebay on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Albert Tebay: “Tebay has style and personality – he is very quick on his feet and can
Donald Woan married
Friday, June 19 – 1953 Donald Woan, Bradford City outside right, formerly with Liverpool, was married today at Maghull, near Ormskirk, to Miss Lillian Margaret
Don Woan married to Miss Lillian Margaret Rowlands
June 19, 1953 Don Woan, Bradford City outside right, formerly with Liverpool, was married today at Maghull, near Ormskirk to Miss Lillian Margaret Rowlands, of
– It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it.
October 2, 1939 Since we have had friendly football I have met many people who, maybe because they are not satisfied with good, constructive play,
Nel Tarleton married at Ormskirk
April 18, 1935 Nel Tarleton, the British featherweight champion boxer, was married quietly to-day at the Register Office, Ormskirk, by special license to Miss Barbara
Albert Tebay: A dashing Kent footballer
April 2, 1921 Albert Tebay, the dashing centre-forward of Ashford Railway Works, is a footballer with a reputation. At School he made a name for
The engine from Bootle
Saturday, January 1 – 1921 No player has worked with greater zeal for the success of the Liverpool team during the last two seasons than
Season preview 1918/19: Preston North End F.C. (Lancashire Evening Post)
August 31, 1918 Locally, at Deepdale, the personnel of the side will differ, and several men now no longer available will be badly missed, men
Can Liverpool win with Winn?
October 20, 1915 The return of the championship side to Goodison Park, the inclusion of Elisha Scott in the Liverpool side, and the trial of
The death of George Bradley (killed in action)
October 7, 1915 Three members of the Ormskirk Territorials (9th King’s Liverpools) have fallen in action. Lance-corporal George Bradley died as a result of wounds.
New recruits for the Reserves
January 23, 1914 Liverpool Reserves are playing Norman Bradley, an Ormskirk half back, and an outside right named George Wilson, who is working in Liverpool,
The Liverpool F.C. picnic of 1899
August 26, 1899 The annual picnic and sports of the Liverpool Football Club were held at the Victoria Pleasure Grounds, Ormskirk on Saturday. The party,
Gentle exercise for the Liverpool players
Friday, August 5 – 1898 Things around Anfield-road, Liverpool, are looking ship-shape for the commencement of the season. All the players have arrived, and are
Picnic for the Liverpool Football Club
August 24, 1895 The annual picnic of the committee, players and friends of the Liverpool Football Club took place on Saturday last. A party numbering
A great day with the Liverpool F.C.
August 23, 1894 Inaugurated some three years ago, the growth of the Liverpool Association Football Club has been a remarkable incident in the history of
The Liverpool F.C. picnic
August 18, 1894 Next Thursday, 23rd inst, a waggonette party of the committee, players, and friends of Liverpool F.C. journey to Ormskirk, a distance of
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