All articles about David Taylor on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About David Taylor: Born: August 5, 1884: Bannockburn (Stirlingshire), Scotland. Passed away: August 6, 1949.: Bridge of Allan
June 20, 1949 After the wedding at St. Andrew’s Church, Clubmoor, Liverpool, of Miss Shirley Dohren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Dohren, of 106
All articles about Alex Raisbeck on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Alex Raisbeck: “The picture of an athlete, a player’s remarkable abilities and a man of high instincts,
All articles about Jack Taylor on PlayUpLiverpool. About Jack Taylor: Born: January 27, 1872, Dumbarton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: February 21, 1949: Cheshire, England. Position:
All articles about Jimmy Nicholl on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jimmy Nicholl: “A very hard-working and pushful left-winger, good turn of speed, centres splendidly, and knows where
Friday, November 5 – 1948 Liverpool made a bid this week for Wilfrid Alsop, Harp’s 17-year-old inside right. Had he gone south, Liverpool were to
All articles about Tom Fitchie at PlayUpLiverpool. About Tom Fitchie: Born: December 11 – 1881, Edinburgh, Scotland. Passed away: October 17 – 1947. Nick-name: “Prince
All articles about Charles McFadyen on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Charles McFadyen: Born: 1885: Inellan, Scotland. Passed away: January 23, 1947: Preston (Lancashire), England. Position: Right back.
January 24, 1946 An entirely new forward line from that which played for Scotland against Belgium yesterday was selected after the game for the international
January 25, 1945 England’s team to meet Scotland on the Aston Villa ground on Saturday week has not yet been announced. The Scotland XI. Will
All articles about Jeremiah “Jerry” Reynolds on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Jerry Reynolds: Born: April 15, 1867: Maryhill, Scotland. Passed away: December 26, 1944: Springburn, Scotland. Funeral
All articles about Duncan McLean on PlayUpLiverpool. About Duncan McLean: Born: January 20, 1868: Renton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: November 17, 1944: Renton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland.
July 12, 1944 Mr. William McConnell is the new chairman of Liverpool Football Club. The election was unanimous at last evening’s annual directors’ meeting, and,
All articles about Hugh Adamson on PlayUpLiverpool. About Hugh Adamson: Born: April 21, 1885: Hallbeath, Dunfermline, Scotland. Passed away: July 9, 1944: Thistle Street, Dunfermline,
All articles about John Macdonald on PlayupLiverpool.com. About John Macdonald: “Obtained from Glasgow Rangers and considered by many judges as one of the cleverest forwards
All articles about Jock Ewart on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jock Ewart: Born; February 14, 1891: Oakbank (Scotland). Passed away: June 22, 1943: Bradford (Yorkshire), England. Position:
All articles about James Adams on PlayUpLiverpool. About James Adams: Born: August 17, 1864: Edinburgh, Scotland. Passed away: April 24, 1943: New Jersey, USA. Position:
Thursday, August 27 – 1942 Jim Harley, the Liverpool FC full back, who is in the Royal Navy, took part in the raid on Dieppe.
Thursday, August 20 – 1942 The Football League have arranged four representative games with Services sides next season. They are: October 17, v Northern Command,
Thursday, July 16 – 1942 The Ministry of Home Security have informed the Football Association that, subject to the usual proviso, though a change in
Tuesday, May 12 – 1942 Liverpool FC have applied to the Football Association for permission to stage a charity game at Anfield on Saturday, June
All articles about John Borthwick on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About John Borthwick: Born: February 15, 1886: Leith, Scotland. Passed away: April 23, 1942, Walton Hospital, Liverpool, England.
Saturday, April 18 – 1942 Match: International friendly, at Hampden Park. Scotland – England 5-4 (2-1). Attendance: 75,000. Referee: Mr. R. Calder (Rutherglen). Scotland (2-3-5):
December 29, 1941 The Liverpool directors are going to make sure that there is no truth in the old cry that the Reds never do
November 29, 1941 Mr. Billy Dunlop, Sunderland’s assistant trainer, died on Saturday and is to be brought from Stanhope to Newcastle for cremation. This ends