September 30, 1942 Jack Balmer, Liverpool’s English international forward, will probably make his first appearance of the season this week-end. Jack has been named among
September 25, 1942 Since the start of wartime football Liverpool have struck no happier hunting ground than Gigg Lane, Bury. The Reds have made fully
September 23, 1942 Liverpool include a newcomer in their defence to oppose Bury at Gigg Lane on Saturday. This is Fred Williams, a left back,
September 18, 1942 Everton will be favourites tomorrow, and that is an occasion when I think the favourites will turn up. There was no disputing
September 18, 1942 Tomorrow’s return game, between Everton and Liverpool, at Goodison Park, has all that it takes to make a first-class exhibition. Let us
Saturday, September 5 – 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:oo. Liverpool – Wrexham 4-0 (2-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. J. Phillips.
September 4, 1942 While appreciating that Wrexham, with their galaxy of “guest” players, are a much more dangerous force than they were last season, I
September 1, 1942 Two of Liverpool’s young products of the ‘A’ team, boys who were brought to the limelight last season, are included among the
Saturday, August 29 – 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Racecourse Ground, kick-off: 15:15. Wrexham – Liverpool 3-4 (2-2). Attendance: 2,500. Referee: Mr. A.C.
August 28, 1942 Liverpool had hoped to include both Jack Balmer and Willie Fagan in their attack to oppose Wrexham but neither of them is
July 21, 1942 Merseyside football clubs are wasting no time in building-up first class combination for the next Soccer season, which opens on August 29.
June 8, 1942 Maybe it is rushing ahead in thinking of next season when the 1941-42 season only finally passed out on Saturday, but one
May 28, 1942 Liverpool have two blanks yet to fill before their side against Everton, at Anfield, in the Liverpool Senior Cup final is complete.
Tuesday, May 26 – 1942 Liverpool’s heavy defeat by Blackpool, and Northampton’s victory over Leicester yesterday, has carried the latter into the foremost challenging position
Monday, May 25 – 1942 Match: Football League Northern, at Bloomfield Road, kick-off: 18:30. Blackpool – Liverpool 8-2 (4-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans
May 15, 1942 Liverpool will be more than usually anxious to bag both points from their visit to Preston North End, tomorrow, for this League
May 14, 1942 Liverpool will have Ramsden, their pre-war full back, in the side which meets Preston North End at Deepdale on Saturday in a
Saturday, May 9 – 1942 Match: Football League, Northern Section and Lancashire Senior Cup, First Round – Second Leg, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool –
May 8, 1942 As Liverpool start their return Cup-tie with Chester with a two-goal lead they should get through to the semi-final all right unless
May 6, 1942 Liverpool will field a strong side for their return Lancashire Cup-tie with Chester at Anfield on Saturday, and for once there are
March 30, 1942 Liverpool won their final game in the Cup Qualifying Competition against Rochdale by 5 goals to 2, but they had to strive
March 28, 1942 Match: Football League, War League Cup Qualifying, at Anfield. Liverpool – Rochdale 5-2 (3-2). Attendance: 5,006; gate receipts: £239. Referee: Mr. F.W.
March 18, 1942 The stars which Rochdale had in their side on Saturday at Spotland against Liverpool were disappointing. On paper the team seemed strong
March 14, 1942 Match: Football League, War Cup Qualifying, at Spotland. Rochdale – Liverpool 2-8 (2-5). Attendance: 2,373; gate receipts: £124. Referee: Mr. J. Houston
December 31, 1941 Willie Fagan and Len Carney, two of Liverpool’s pre-war stars, return to the team to visit Gigg Lane on Saturday to oppose