November 16, 1944 The Liverpool County Combination is proving a “one-horse-race” with Liverpool Reserves moving along merrily to their championship success. I cannot see Fazakerley
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Team news for Liverpool F.C.
August 30, 1945 Liverpool will select from 15 players for their match with Burnley at Anfield, Nieuwenhuys, Liddell, Fagan, Westby and Gulliver being included as
Michael Hulligan and George Hinsley for Liverpool F.C.
Thursday, February 15 – 1945 A spot of good news for Liverpool is that Michael Hulligan plays at outside-left against Bolton Wanderers at Burnden Park,
Everton Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 0-4 (George Mahon Cup: February 10, 1945)
February 10, 1945 Reserves: George Mahon Cup, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-4 (0-1). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Terry Garner, Les
Liverpool Reserves starting XI
February 8, 1945 Team: Edwards, Kenneth Seddon, Tommy Halliwell, Richard Kirwan, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Kevin Baron, Thompson, Les Shannon, Booth, Terry Garner. (Evening Express:
Liverpool Reserves away to Napiers
January 17, 1945 Liverpool Reserves visit Napiers at Wavertree in the Liverpool County Combination and require only one point to make sure of the championship.
Liverpool Reserves against St. Teresa’s at Anfield
January 4, 1945 Team (from): Edwards, Richard Kirwan, Tommy Halliwell, B. Williams, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Terry Garner, Thompson, Les Shannon, R. Williams, Payne. (Evening
No stopping the Liverpool Reserves
November 30, 1944 There will be no stopping Liverpool in their bid for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and they should improve their
Liverpool’s poor finishing
November 20, 1944 I am assured that Liverpool had sufficient chances at Gigg Lane to have won three matches, but they frittered them away and
Bury v Liverpool 2-0 (League match: November 18, 1944)
November 18, 1944 Key note: “Liverpool’s record at Gigg Lane since the war had been one of triumph. They have won match after match on
Another win for Liverpool?
November 17, 1944 Liverpool in the war years have been forced to travel to Gigg Lane to oppose Bury with some curious teams, but they
Team selection for Liverpool Reserves
November 7, 1944 The junior “Derby” between the Reserves of Liverpool and Everton takes place at Anfield on Saturday, when the Reds will select from:
Liverpool Reserves in George Mahon Cup
March 2, 1944 County Combination George Mahon cup-ties for this Saturday are: Marine v Kirby; Everton v Carlton, Randle v Liverpool; Fazakerley v Napiers. Liverpool
Marine’s test in the County Combination
February 10, 1944 One of the outstanding features of the junior soccer this season has been the remarkable consistence of Marine, Liverpool County Combination champions.
Terry Garner and Billy Twist sign for Liverpool
January 24, 1944 Two St. Helens players, Terry Garner, an outside right, and Billy Twist, a half-back, have been signed as professionals by Liverpool. Both
Changes for Prenton derby
January 4, 1944 There should be plenty of excitement at Prenton Park on Saturday, when Tranmere Rovers, seeking their first qualifying point in the Football
Liverpool Reserves at Kirkby
October 21, 1943 Liverpool Reserves (from): Ernie Aindow, Kenneth Seddon, Jack Macdonald, Jenkins, Billy Twist, Ken Kenworthy, Terry Garner, Les Shannon, Harry Gould, Stan Palk,
The junior derby
October 14, 1943 Many people who crossed the park last Saturday to see the Liverpool and Everton reserves clash at Anfield instead of watching the
Liverpool’s young stars for the future
August 16, 1943 It was in the knowledge that clubs will need more youngsters than ever before that I went to Anfield on Saturday to
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