All articles about William Devlin on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About William Devlin: Born: July 30, 1899: Bellshill, in Scotland. Passed away: July 23, 1972: Glasgow, in Scotland.
May 30, 1969 One of soccer’s great characters dies One of the handful of men who have played for Everton and Liverpool, and one of
All articles about William Lacey on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Lacey: “He possesses an intelligent idea of the requirements of an inside forward, and when once
All articles about William Salisbury at PlayUpLiverpool. About William Salisbury: Born: February 23, 1899, Glasgow (Lanarkshire), Scotland. Passed away: January 5, 1965, Glasgow (Lanarkshire), Scotland.
All articles about Jimmy Sheridan on PlayUpLiverpool. About Jimmy Sheridan: Born: May 15, 1882, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: 1960. Position: Inside forward. Height: 171
All articles about Jock Maconnachie on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Jock Maconnachie: Born: May 8, 1885: Aberdeen, Scotland. Passed away: 1956. Position: Left back. Height: Weight: Career:
All articles about Walter Scott on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Walter Scott: Born: 1886: Worksop (Nottinghamshire), England. Passed away: September 16, 1955: Worksop (Nottinghamshire), England. Position: Goalkeeper.
Position: Right back. Career: Bohemians: 1906. Shelbourne: 1908. Bohemians: 1910. ** Fractured his leg in a match in Belfast on November 5, 1910 and spent
October 8, 1932 William Lacey has been appointed manager of Cork Bohemians. Up to last year he acted in that capacity to Shelbourne and his
June 23, 1931 William Devlin, the ex-Cowdenbeath forward, who was with Boston Swifts last year, is to have a spell of Irish football; he has
March 13, 1920 International: British Championship, at Celtic Park. Scotland – Ireland 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 39,757. Referee: Mr. Jim Mason. Scotland (2-3-5): Kenneth Campbell (Liverpool),
January 15, 1918 On Saturday in Belfast when the County Antrim Shield ties occupied attention, Belfast Celtic came back into senior football by virtue of
November 5, 1913 International: Inter League, at Windsor Park (Celtic Park, Belfast). Irish League – Scottish League 1-2 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000; gate receipts: £230. Referee:
October 11, 1913 International: Inter League, at Grosvenor Park. Irish League v Southern League 1-4 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. T. Dougary (Glasgow) Irish League
October 1, 1913 International: Inter League, at Grosvenor Park (Belfast). Irish League – English League 0-2 (0-1). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. A.A. Jackson (Glasgow); linesmen:
August 25, 1913 Sunderland, the League champions, have probably made fewer changes in the personnel of their team than in any other year of the
March 15, 1913 International: Inter League, at New Cross (Millwall). Southern League – Irish League 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 7,000 (10,000 from the start of the
February 15, 1913 International, British Championship, at Windsor Park (Belfast). Ireland v England 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. Alex Jackson (Scotland). Ireland (2-3-5): William
April 15, 1911 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, replay, at Dalymount Park. Shelbourne – Bohemians 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 9,000. Referee: Mr. Tom Robertson. Shelbourne (2-3-5):
March 25, 1911 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at Dalymount Park. Shelbourne – Bohemians 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipts: £450. Referee: Mr. Tom Robertson.
August 31, 1908 The Leinster champions, notwithstanding the defection of Val Harris and William Lacey, have gathered together a team second to none. This year
August 31, 1908 Never in its history has the Paradise team undergone such a complete metamorphosis in such a short space of time. The migrations
August 8, 1908 Everton’s youthful team It must be conceded that Everton’s performances, taking 1907-8 season as a whole, failed to genuinely satisfy even those
May 30, 1908 Everton’s fondness for Irish footballers would seem to be on he increase. In addition to William Scott and Val Harris, the Toffees
April 11, 1908 Match: International, British Championship, at Aberdare Athletic Ground. Wales – Ireland 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. James Ibbotson. Wales (2-3-5): Bob