May 7, 1914 The Liverpool club have made an excellent capture by securing Charles Hafekost, of Gillingham. Hafekost is a native of Sunderland, and before
January 31, 1914 Match: FA Cup, Second Round, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Gillingham 2-0 (0-0). Attendance: 42,045. Referee: Mr. J.W. Bailey; linesmen: Messrs.
January 30, 1914 Gillingham come to Anfield to-morrow with a reputation for having done good scoring works recently. The men of Kent have a Cup
January 21, 1914 Many correspondents have written to me within the past few days, and their letters chiefly concern the Liverpool forward line. Some of
Wednesday, January 14 – 1914 There is a tremendous battle due at Barnsley to-morrow. The incentive to win on Saturday was big, but to-morrow’s replayed
Thursday, August 14 – 1913 Liverpool’s most important new man is Thomas Fairfoull, the Third Lanark half back. Another new players is Fred Staniforth, the