All articles about Sam English on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Sam English: Born: August 18, 1908: Coleraine (Londonderry), in Ireland. Passed away: April, 1967: Vale of Leven,
January 30, 1953 Each Saturday hundreds of thousands of football “fans” get the maximum pleasure from the most popular of British games. Let us introduce
June 24, 1937 Sam English may take a turn in Irish football next season. The former Rangers, Liverpool, Queen of the South, and Hartlepools centre
July 30, 1935 Sam English has achieved his ambition to get back to Scotland. The officials of Liverpool and Queen of the South have settled
July 29, 1935 There should be news about Sam English soon. Liverpool have given clubs permission to approach him, and three Scottish clubs have done
July 22, 1935 There is talk of Sam English and a Scottish club. Queen of the South and the player are being coupled, but there
July 15, 1935 What price Sam English, the Irish lad who used to delight Scottish crowds with his leadership, making a return north? I have
May 1, 1935 Match: Benefit for Jimmy Walsh, at St. James’ Park. Exeter City – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Exeter City (2-3-5): Liverpool (2-3-5):
February 16, 1935 Match: Central League, at Hillsborough. Sheffield Wednesday Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. J. Williams. Sheffield Wednesday (2-3-5):
February 2, 1935 Match: Central League, at Elland Road. Leeds United Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 4-3 (3-1). Leeds United (2-3-5): Reg Savage, Alf Pope, Robert
February 1, 1935 Les Heseltine, the Garston Woodcutters’ F.C. inside right, 18 years of age, 5ft. 7in. in height, and 10st, has become a professional
Saturday, January 5 – 1935 March: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Arsenal 0-2 (0-2). Attendance: 55,794; receipts £3,380. Referee: Mr.
Tuesday, January 1 – 1935 Match: Football League, First Division, at Ayresome Park, kick-off: 14:15. Middlesbrough – Liverpool 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 19,436. Referee: Mr. E.
December 20, 1934 Leicester officials have paid a good deal of attention lately to Liverpool reserve games. If Barry Nieuwenhuys, the South African winger, is
December 17, 1934 Archie Macpherson is another Liverpool player who wants to be off when he is inactive from a first team point of view.
August 11, 1934 Match: Practice match, at Anfield, kick-off: 15-15. Liverpool Reds – Liverpool Whites 7-4 (3-2). Attendance: 11,000; gate receipts: £270 17s. 0d. Referee:
August 10, 1934 These are the team sheets: Reds: Arthur Riley, Willie Steel, Ernest Blenkinsop, Ted Savage, Tom Bradshaw, Jimmy McDougall, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Vic Wright,
August 9, 1934 Liverpool had an anxious experience last season, and it was only by pulling themselves together towards the end that they saved themselves.
August 8, 1934 Their juniors in public view Liverpool F.C. are holding a private trial at Cadby Hall to-morrow at 3 o’clock, and they have
July 30, 1934 Mr. Walter Henry Cartwright, the Liverpool chairman, welcomed the Anfield players and paid tribute to Tom Brandshaw’s captaincy, but explained that they
April 28, 1934 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Corinthians 6-2 (2-0). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. George Hewitt; linesmen: Messrs.: A. Smith and
February 10, 1934 Key note: “Another Derby game has gone down to history, but this latest meeting between Everton and Liverpool will not live long
February 1, 1934 Match: Football League, First Division, at Filbert Street, kick-off: 14:45. Leicester City – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 11,865. Leicester City (2-3-5): Jimmy
Saturday, December 30 – 1933 Liverpool are in difficulties through injuries. The club has been unable to date to select their side to play Wolverhampton.
December 13, 1933 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – FK Austria Wien 4-2 (4-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. H.E. Hull (Burnley); linesmen: Messrs: