Tag: Rab Howell

Rabbi Howell (Rab Howell) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Rab Howell on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Rab Howell. Born: October 12, 1867: Sheffield (Yorkshire), in England. Passed away: July 21, 1937: Preston (Lancashire), in England. Position: Half back. Height: 165 cm. (5ft. 5in.); Weight: 60 kilos (9st. 7lb.). * Source for height and weight: Athletic News: […]

Rab Howell dies aged 69

Wednesday, July 21 – 1937 The death occurred in Preston to-day at the age of 69 of Robert “Rab” Howell, one of the famous “midget” half back line of Sheffield United 40 years ago. Rab Howell, Tom Morren and Ernest Needham were a notable middle line, the tallest […]

A footballer’s son getting married

October 30, 1919 A wedding, which aroused considerable local interest, was solemnized at the St. John’s Church, Chapeltown, the contracting parties being Miss Beatrice Olive Sanderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sanderson, of Mafeking Place, Chapeltown, and Mr. Rabbi Howell, son of Mr. Rab Howell, of Preston, […]

Alex Raisbeck’s Unique Life Story: Part 7

May 1, 1915 Memorable match which won Liverpool the championship. Alick Raisbeck relates some special training yarns. What the maximum wage have done to football. the fact that Sheffield United have won the English Cup brings back to me the words of Tom Watson, the Liverpool “boss,” whom […]

Howell off to Preston North End

Monday, June 10 – 1901 Rabi Howell has left Liverpool, and will try his luck next season with Preston North End. He ought to be still able to do service for the North End, for he was not hard worked last season. (Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 10-06-1901)

The League champions in numbers

May 6, 1901 In fulfilling their League programme Liverpool have had the assistance of only eighteen and Sunderland of sixteen players – facts which will be interesting to clubs who have long lists of men and a corresponding salary sheet. Perkins, Goldie, and Robertson (outside right) have participated […]

A popular “mini-Derby”

April 6, 1901 Everton Reserves v Liverpool Reserves. A huge holiday crowd, numbering 15,000 person, was present at Goodison Park to witness the above rivals decide their return fixture in the combination. Both sides were strongly represented, and a remarkably fast and interesting game ensued. Liverpool commenced operations, […]

Liverpool suspend five players

Monday, January 28 – 1901 At a special meeting of the executive of the Lancashire Football Association at Blackburn last night the Liverpool club reported that they had suspended five of their players, Rab Howell, for one month, and Charles Satterthwaite, John “Sailor” Hunter, John T. Hunter, and […]

Tough punishment for players

January 26, 1901 Although the match between Padiham and Liverpool last Saturday was played to a finish at Padiham, five Liverpool players left the field without the consent of the referee, and they have all been suspended by their Club as follows: – Rab Howell, one month; John […]

Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers

December 31, 1900 The Liverpool team after their visit to West Bromwich on Boxing Day, took up their quarters at Southport, from which place they made the journey to Blackburn to oppose the Rovers. Charlie Wilson and John “Sailor” Hunter stood down in place of Howell and Satterthwaite, […]

New Brighton Tower Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 0-1 (League match: December 25, 1900)

December 25, 1900 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, Tower Grounds. New Brighton Tower Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. New Brighton Tower Reserves (2-3-5): Albert Bradshaw; Harry Turner, Ellis; John Holmes, R Ellison, Gibbs; Leech, Tom Bradshaw, Tommy Green, T. Ford, George Barnes. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Harry Storer; […]

Liverpool Reserves v Stockport County Reserves 5-0 (League match: December 22, 1900)

December 22, 1900 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Stockport County Reserves 5-0 (3-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Harry Storer; John Glover, Gray John Morris; Rab Howell, John T. Hunter, Maurice Parry; Tom Soulsby, Charles Satterthwaite, Alf Ferrier, John Davies, William Otty. Stockport County Reserves (2-3-5): The […]