Tag: Percy Saul

Tommy Lucas out with the “flu”

Wednesday, February 7 – 1917 Lucas, who was away last week, was down with “flu.” His deputy, Jenkinson, who reminds one much of Percy Saul, the old Liverpool back, who now helps Rotherham, played a capital game. I ran across “young Tom,” otherwise Sergeant Tom Watson, this week. […]

Big changes at Anfield

June 13, 1909 There has been something akin to an upheavel at Anfield-road. In every respect last season was a disastrous one, although Liverpool profited by the misfortune of other clubs and just managed to remain in the First League. John Cox, Alex Raisbeck, Alf West, Maurice Parry, […]

Liverpool bowled over at Anfield

Monday, February 8 – 1909 Norwich City surprised Liverpool completely. The latter expected a walk-over, but got bowled over instead. Norwich City were better in every department than their more famous rivals. Charlie Craig was the most prominent man on the field, with Tommy Allsopp a good second. […]

Burnley Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 4-1 (League match: January 16, 1909)

Saturday, January 16 – 1909 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Turf Moor. Burnley Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 4-1 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Burnley Reserves (2-3-5): Jack Hillman; William Howarth, Harry Woodward; Stephen Heys, Rupert Cawthorne, Fred Minion; John Beddow, Dick Lindley, Robert Brewis, Tommy Mayson, Arthur Dawson. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): […]

Liverpool win at Owlerton

December 5, 1908 The Wednesday and Liverpool met in fine weather before about 16,000 people at Owlerton, Sheffield, this afternoon. The visiting side was very weak, as places had to be found for Sam Hardy, Percy Saul, Tom Rogers, John Cox and Arthur Goddard. Teams: The Wednesday: Jack […]

Liverpool F.C.’s hospital list

December 5, 1908 Liverpool can scarcely expect to gain championship honours unless their luck changes. Look at the following list: – Sam Hardy. – Seriously injured v. Manchester City; date of return to service not fixed. Tom Rogers. – Injured at Nottingham two months ago; resumed training two […]