During WW1 Liverpool used a player named Waine in many matches. Book sources have claimed his name was Jack Waine. By going through numerous editions
All articles about Robert Waine on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Robert Waine: Born: July 23, 1893: St Helens, in England. Passed away: 1978: St Helens, in England.
November 20, 1920 Match: Central League, Old Recreation Ground. Port Vale Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-0 (0-0). Referee: Mr. W. Pearson. Port Vale (2-3-5): Alfred
November 17, 1920 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Nelson 3-4 (2-0). Attendance: 6,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Harry McNaughton, Jim Penman, Billy Jenkinson, Frank
August 6, 1919 On Saturday next the National Warehouse and General Workers’ Union hold their athletic and sports carnival at the Tramway Athletic Grounds, Green
March 21, 1919 The following is South’s team against Northern Nomads on Saturday, when there should be a good attendance to see the amateurs, and
January 11, 1919 Wee Robert Waine who has been discharged from the Army and played for South Liverpool to-day. (Source: Liverpool Echo: January 11, 1919)
January 9, 1919 Professional footballers are being demobilised, and the latest “returns” are wee Robert Waine and William Banks, both ex-Liverpool men. Waine, by permission
August 22, 1918 There are some who fancy Liverpool F.C. will stay the course better this season than last, when they aggravatingly lost the championship
May 18, 1918 Match, benefit for the Footballers’ War Fund, at Goodison Park. Everton – Liverpool 0-3 (0-1). Attendance: 7,000. Everton (2-3-5): Frank Mitchell, Joe
Friday, May 17 – 1918 To-morrow, at Anfield, the big local Derby game between Everton and Liverpool will be played for the benefit of the
April 13, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Subsidiary tournament, at Edgeley Park. Stockport County – Liverpool 1-4 (1-0). Attendance: 2,500. Stockport County (2-3-5): Joe Butler, Ralph
April 12, 1918 Liverpool should have had a tough struggle at Stockport, but in view of Everton’s win one must look for the victory of
April 6, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Subsidiary tournament, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Southport Central 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. M. Parr (Hindley).
April 5, 1918 The subsidiary competition games proceed on their merry way today. While Southport, at Anfield, appear to have no chance of upsetting form
March 9, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Primary Competition, at Victoria Ground. Stoke – Liverpool 3-1 (0-1). Attendance: 24,000; gate receipt: £1,100. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe.
March 2, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Primary Competition, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Stoke 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 43,000; gate receipts: £1,520 19d. Referee: Mr.
March 1, 1918 Liverpool did not altogether convince last week at Burnley, but there were reasons for their partial failure of the first half. Still,
February 23, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal, at Turf Moor. Burnley – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 2,000; gate receipts: £72 4s. 9d. Referee> Mr. F.B.
February 16, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Burnley 7-1 (6-0). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipts: £411 8s.. Referee: Mr. E.B. Bragg.
February 15, 1918 In April, 1914, Liverpool and Burnley met at the Palace, Burnley winning 1-0 in a game that was, if not excessively brilliant,
February 9, 1918 At Ash Lane, in rough, rainy weather, and before a small attendance. Both sides were strongly represented. Teams: – Southport Central: Thomas
February 9, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal, at Ash Lane. Southport Central – Liverpool 1-3 (0-0). Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe. Attendance: 7,000. Southport Central (2-3-5):
February 8, 1918 The man who made up the fixture list for the Lancashire League kept Liverpool and Stoke till precious near the end of
February 2, 1918 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Southport Central 6-1 (3-1). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe. Liverpool (2-3-5): Walter