February 12, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Haig Avenue. Southport Central – Liverpool 2-5 (2-3). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. J. Pickering; linesmen: Messrs.
December 17, 1915 Stoke have been one of the surprising teams of the Lancashire League tourney. They beat Preston, ran Burnley to goal, drew with
November 30, 1915 The local “Derby” is now being talked over in the trenches. The Tommies will have some fierce arguments over the unexpected turn
November 26, 1915 To-morrow’s the day. Everton and Liverpool meet at Anfield. Won’t there be some tremendous discussions in the trenches over the game! The
November 22, 1915 On Saturday, in James Dawson’s absence through injury, Arthur Metcalf turned his attention to outside left. During his three years stay with
November 20, 1915 Key note: “On Saturday, in James Dawson’s absence through injury, Arthur Metcalf turned his attention to outside left. During his three years
November 15, 1915 The question was whether Liverpool could rise to the occasion and beat so good a side as Southport. They managed it after
November 13, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield. Liverpool – Southport Central 4-2 (1-2). Attendance: 14,000. Referee: Mr. W. Chadwick; linesmen: Messrs.: J.
November 12, 1915 Liverpool are not the sort of side to show their qorst against the best sides. Ever and anon we have known the
November 10, 1915 “Worthy an international cap.” How often has that term been applied to Arthur Goddard, the ever fit outside right, who spent many
November 9, 1915 The Southport Central team to meet Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday will be as follows: – Frank Drabble, Tom Dorward, Walter Holbem,
September 25, 1915 Match: Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Goodison Park. Southport Central – Everton 2-1 (2-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. L.P. Hitchen; linesmen:
August 9, 1915 George Latham, Newtown (Montgomeryshire), the famous Welsh International footballer, and for the last five years trainer of Cardiff City, has accepted a
July 23, 1915 Liverpool Fixture List. Sept. 4 – Bolton Wanderers Away “ 11 – Manchester City Home “ 18 – Stoke Away “ 25
June 18, 1914 Liverpool F.C. have, on the recommendation of John Cox, their former outside left, made a sensible investment. They have signed F. Pagnam,
July 16, 1913 The draw for the first two rounds of the Lancashire Cup was made at Blackburn last night as follows: First round: Eccles
March 8, 1913 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Southport Central 1-2 (0-2). Liverpool (2-3-5): Southport Central (2-3-5): The goals: 0-1 Anderson, 0-2
June 22, 1912 Southport Central have signed Fred Pagnam, late of Huddersfield Town, with whom he has had two seasons. He is an outside right.
December 9, 1911 Match: Central League, at Ash Lane. Southport Central – Liverpool Reserves 1-1 (0-0). Southport Central (2-3-5): J.W. Grant. Liverpool (2-3-5): The goals:
Thursday, September 15 – 1910 An interesting feature of the Lancashire Cup competition this season is the fact that Everton and Liverpool are due to
September 1, 1910 Liverpool Reserves, Chorley, Everton Reserbes, Southport Central, Stockport County Reserves, Bury Reserves, Rochdale, Oldham Athletic Reserves, Burnley Reserves, Manchester United Reserves, Preston
May 14, 1910 With regard to the Liverpool signatories, the Reds have good cause for congratulation, seeing that the entire pick of last season’s basket
December 18, 1909 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick off: 14:15. Liverpool Reserves – Southport Central 1-4 (0-2). Referee: Mr J. Kenny; linesmen: Messrs J.
August 23, 1909 It is difficult to express with any degree of accuracy the prospects of the Anfielders for the coming season. The wearisome experiences
July 21, 1909 At a meeting of the Lancashire Association Sub-committee at Blackburn, yesterday afternoon, Mr John Lewis presiding, the cup draws were made as