July 1, 1930 Picture to yourself John Hill, the Newcastle United an one-time Plymouth Argyle centre-half-back, but imagine him to be two or three inches
All articles about John Blackwood on PlayUpLiverpool.com ; About John Blackwood: Born: 1877: Maine, USA. Passed away: Career: Petershill. Celtic: Signed: 1899. * Partick Thistle.
June 29, 1929 Transfer fees and benefits. Wednesday to Sheffield Wednesday. Mr. John McKenna, the President, presiding over a meeting of the Management Committee of
Friday, January 11 – 1929 When the present season has finished Carlisle United may be able to look back upon the campaign with pride, for
August 20, 1928 There have been some rather sweeping changes at Anfield, where the weeding-out process has never before been on such an extensive scale.
June 15, 1928 Liverpool F.C. have transferred John McNab, a half back, and Jimmy Walsh, the inside right, to Hull City. (Source: Derby Daily Telegraph:
Monday, August 22 – 1927 Bury have benefited by the lessons of last season, when the misfortunes they experienced found them inadequately served in the
August 1, 1927 It is evident Bradford City mean to make a bold effort to secure an early return to the Second Division. There has
February 19, 1927 So well served are New Brighton at full back that John Lillie, a Tynesider, has never had a chance in their League
June 1, 1925 Swansea Town: Harry Morris, inside forward (from Millwall); Brentford: Alan Noble, outside right (Leeds United); Wolverhampton Wanderers: Joe Keetley, inside left (Liverpool):
June 5, 1924 John Lillie, a left back, just secured by Queen’s Park Rangers, has been over three seasons with Liverpool F.C. He stands 5ft.
May 17, 1924 Queens Park Rangers have signed George Harris, the Notts County half back, and Jack Sambrook, an inside forward, last season with Stockport
All articles about Fred Wheldon on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Fred Wheldon: “Of good stature and fast and strong, Wheldon is a clever dribbler and splendid shot
February 12, 1923 The colours of clubs in the Third Division (Southern Section) are: – Aberdare: Claret and sky blue shirts, white knickers; Brentford: White
June 4, 1921 When Albert Shepherd bested Liverpool, And what a walking in Epping Forest led to. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper
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
December 22, 1919 The following is the draw in the first round of the English Cup, to be played on the ground of the first-named
June 23, 1919 The retain and transfer lists of The Football League and Southern League have been compiled, and the figures are interesting. As to
January 6, 1919 A meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held at Birmingham on Monday to consider the question of extra
All articles about Jimmy Cowan on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Cowan: Born: October 17, 1868: Bonhill (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: December 12, 1918: London, England. Position:
All articles about Joe Dines on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Joe Dines: Born: April 12, 1886: King’s Lynn, England. Passed away: September 27, 1918, Pas de Calais,
March 13, 1916 Stated to be old members of the Queen’s Park Rangers Football Club, two absentees named Horace Linkson and Wilfred Nixon, of the
Saturday, October 2 – 1915 Match: London Combination, principal tournament, at Upton Park. West Ham United – Queens Park Rangers 2-1 (2-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee:
All articles about John Tosswill on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Tosswill. Born: August 6, 1890: Eastbourne, in England. Passed away: September 28, 1915: Eastbourne, in England.
September 28, 1915 The death was announced on Sunday of Corporal John Tosswill, of the Royal Engineers, a former professional football player, who succumbed to