Friday, January 10 – 1941 Everton hold the trophy, and naturally are keen to keep it. In view of their success at Anfield last week,
Wednesday, January 8 – 1941 Providing the Services’ players can get leave, Liverpool hope to field pretty much the same side as last Saturday in
Friday, January 3 – 1941 Though the Liverpool team these days includes half a dozen players who were “A” teamers when the war broke out,
Wednesday, December 25 – 1940 Match: North Regional League, at Anfield, kick-off: 11:15. Liverpool – Everton 3-1 (0-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. J. Phillips. Liverpool
Saturday, November 9 – 1940 ‘A’ match, Liverpool County Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool ‘A’ – Burscough Vics 4-4 (3-4). Attendance: ‘Few’. Referee: Mr. Taylor. Liverpool
May 30, 1940 A couple of seasons ago after match talk at Anfield resulted in a challenge match being arranged between the ‘A’ teams of
May 28, 1940 As there is no senior match in the city on Saturday the meeting of the young “Reds” and young “Blues” – the
Saturday, May 18 – 1940 Match: Football League, Western Division, at Sealand Road, kick-off: 15:15. Chester – Liverpool 4-0 (1-0). Attendance: 1,500. Referee: Mr. S.
May 17, 1940 Liverpool will again have the aid of Brown and Guttridge, their guest-artists from Aston Villa and Huddersfield, for tomorrow’s Western Regional game
May 14, 1940 Everton won the Liverpool Cup for the 26th time; in fact, they made so sure of it in the first 19 minutes
May 13, 1940 Match: Liverpool Cup, final, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 19:00. Everton – Liverpool 6-3 (4-1). Attendance: 5,834. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans. Everton (2-3-5):
May 1, 1940 The Liverpool side to go to Oldham for a friendly on Saturday includes Nivvy at centre-forward and Brown of Huddersfield, at centre-half.
April 25, 1940 Liverpool’s side to play Collegiate O.B. in the semi-final of the Liverpool Challenge Cup at the Police ground, Prescot Road, on Saturday
April 11, 1940 Liverpool Reserves, who play Blackpool, at Anfield, on Saturday, at 3 o’clock, will field the following: – Eric Mansley, Kenneth Seddon, Ray
March 28, 1940 Tom Brownbill, a young goalkeeper from Haydock, who played well for Liverpool Reserves against Bolton Wanderers at Burden Park recently, is given
March 21, 1940 Liverpool visit Crewe Alexandra in a Western Regional game and another good display is anticipated. A number of changes have been made
March 8, 1940 Liverpool F.C.’s second reserve string, at Blackpool in a Lancashire League match, play five local amateurs who have never before appeared for
March 7, 1940 Liverpool F.C. have decided to take part in the any cup competition formulated by the Football League. Notification to this effect has
February 29, 1940 Liverpool F.C.’s invitation to local youngsters to attend Anfield with a view of being taken up by the club had a good
September 30, 1939 Reserves: Friendly, at Holly Park. South Liverpool – Liverpool Reserves 5-2 (2-1). South Liverpool (2-3-5): Stan Palk, G. Jones. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5):
Saturday, August 12 – 1939 The teams to turn out for Tranmere Rovers, Chester, Wrexham, South Liverpool and Crewe today are appended: – Tranmere Rovers.