Saturday, August 7 – 1897 The players signed on up to the present time for the forthcoming season are: – Goal: Harry Storer and Willie
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Scottish League teams 1897-98
July 31, 1897 (from the Scottish Referee). Celtic. Goal: Dan McArthur. Backs: Dan Doyle, James Orr, Jim Welford. Half-backs: Russell, Willie Orr, Jeremiah “Jerry” Reynolds,
Exciting prospects for Liverpool F.C.
May 8, 1897 Liverpool have got Harry Storer and Willie Donnelly for goal, and also Charles Jowett, the amateur, will turn out again for them.
Players coming and going May 1897
May 6, 1897 The committee of the Liverpool Football Club have up to the present engaged the following players for next season: – The new
Liverpool try to sign on English players
May 6, 1897 The committee of the Liverpool Club have up to present engaged the following players for next season. Owing to the competition with
A day for big transfer activity
May 1, 1897 The following important changes of players were recorded on Saturday: – Patrick Gray (Partick to Liverpool), Robert Marshall (Leith to Liverpool)), William
The great English clubs 1896-7
August 25, 1896 All the leading Association teams are now in practice for the opening of the season of 1896-7, which will be inaugurated in
Glasgow v Sheffield 4-2 (Inter City: January 9, 1892)
January 9, 1892 Match: Inter City, at Hampden Park (Glasgow). Glasgow – Sheffield 4-2 (2-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. T. Park (Linthouse); touch-judges: Messrs. W.C.
John Drummond transferred to Preston North End
May 7, 1890 Preston North End have just enrolled a new left-wing player, named John Drummond. He has left the Partick Thistle club, but it
Scotland v Wales 5-0 (International: March 22, 1890)
March 22, 1890 International, British Championship, at Underwood Park (Paisley). Scotland – Wales 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. William Finlay (Irish FA). Scotland (2-3-5):
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All articles about James Steele on PlayUpLiverpool. About James Steele: Born: Passed away: Position: Outside right. Height: Weight: Career: Partick Thistle, signed, May 4 –
Glasgow v London 5-1 (Inter City: March 23, 1889)
March 23, 1889 Match: Inter City, at Hampden Park. Glasgow – London 5-1 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. Gowan (Queen’s Park); umpires: Messrs. T. Gunning
Queen’s Park v Partick Thistle 8-0 (Glasgow Cup Final: December 8, 1888)
December 8, 1888 Match: Glasgow Cup, Final, at Ibrox. Queen’s Park – Partick Thistle 8-0 (3-0). Attendance: 6,000; gate receipts: £133. Queen’s Park (2-3-5): George
Advertisement: Football accidents
November 5, 1888 (Source: Scottish Referee: November 5, 1888) football accidents, insurance, Mercantile Accident and Guarantee Insurance Company, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, secretary, captain, C.
Scotland v Wales 5-1 (International: March 10, 1888)
March 10, 1888 International: British Championship, at Easter Road (Edinburgh). Scotland – Wales 5-1 (3-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. John Clegg (English FA). Scotland (2-3-5):
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All articles about John Gilligan on PlayUpLiverpool. About John Gilligan: Born: 1887, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Full back. Height: Weight: Career: Partick Thistle, signed, May
Scottish football and professionalism
December 10, 1884 At a meeting of the Sub Committee on Professionalism of the S.F.A. it was decided to send each of the players who
William Hay (Willie Hay) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com
All articles about William Hay on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Hay: Born: 1868: Maryhill, Scotland. Passed away: Position: Full back. Height: (6ft. 1½in.); Weight: (13st. 1lb.).
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