The Shieldrake, Catalona, Mongolian, Labrador, Caloric and the Bonnie Princess. They all sat sail from the docks of Liverpool on Thursday, September 1, 1892. The
All articles about Ronnie Burke on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Ronnie Burke: Born: August 13, 1921: Marske, England. Passed away: December, 2003: Watford, England. Position: Centre forward.
All articles about Percy Saul on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Percy Saul: “He belongs to the vigerous school of full backs who take risks, and either gain
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All articles about Jim Harrop on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jim Harrop: Born: February 5, 1884: Ecclesall, in England. Passed away: May 25, 1954: Sheffield, in England.
Sunday, March 24 – 1935 The death occurred during the week-end of Mr. Maurice Parry, many times Welsh international wing half-back, one-time manager of Rotherham
March 14, 1934 Liverpool yesterday signed Vic Wright, the Rotherham inside forward. After joining Rotherham four seasons ago Wright, who is 25 years of age,
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.
Saturday, July 4 – 1914 The new Rotherham Town Club has now received the official sanction of the Football Association, on the understanding that none
Monday, August 25 – 1913 Sheffield United have dispensed with many of last season’s players, and engaged many new ones. What their fortune will be
October 23, 1911 Andrew Kelvin, one of the original members of the Liverpool Association club recently died at his house in Kilmarnock. He took part
August 18, 1911 Percy Saul, the ex-Liverpool and Coventry full back, has joined Rotherham Town. Rotherham is his native town. (Source: Liverpool Echo: August 18,
July 27, 1910 The following figures relating to the finances of the leading Association clubs last year are taken from the “Sheffield Telegraph Football Guide,”
Saturday, February 19 – 1910 International: Amateur friendly, at Leeds Road (Huddersfield). England Amateurs – Wales Amateurs 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft
November 22, 1909 Inside forwards are badly needed at Anfield, judging from recent displays both by the League and Reserve teams, hence any addition to
Thursday, April 2 – 1909 Mr. Mick Whitham, the popular trainer of the Rotherham Town Club, will take his benefit on April 29. The team
April 17, 1908 One of the most promising players that the Liverpool Club has secured this season is the subject of our sketch this week.
All articles about Frank Levick at PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Frank Levick. Born: 1882: Eckington, England. Passed away: February 1, 1908: Tinsley (125 Plumbers Road), England. Burial:
February 1, 1908 Frank Levick, one of Sheffield United’s best forwards, died after a short illness on Saturday. He was only just recovering from a
June 7, 1909 This week will be a busy one in the football world, and for more than one club it will be big with
August 19, 1899 The players engaged for the coming year had a practice match on Saturday, and gave such a display that the spectators were
May 25, 1896 Rotherham will not have the chance next season of witnessing at home any good football league matches. The Town Club are knocked
May 18, 1896 (Source: Sheffield Evening Telegraph: May 18, 1896) To be let, with immediate possession, Clifton Grove Recreation Grounds, with grand running and bicycling
March 26, 1896 A meeting of the Football League was held in London yesterday. Rotherham Town were asked for an explanation why they only played
February 18, 1896 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Rotherham Town 10-1 (6-0). Attendance: 1,500. Liverpool (2-3-5): Harry Storer, Archie