All articles about John Miller on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About John Miller: Born: Passed away: Position: Centre forward. Height: 178 cm. (5ft. 10in.); Weight: 73 kilos (11st.
All articles about Frank Bradshaw on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Frank Bradshaw: Born: May 31, 1884: Sheffield, United Kingdon. Passed away: May 19, 1962: Bristol, United Kingdom.
Born: 1885: Glasgow, Scotland. Passed away: August, 1951 Career: Huddersfield Town. The Wednesday. Sunderland. Ayr United. Manager: Ayr United. Manager: Cowdenbeeath. Height: (5ft. 8 1/2in.);
January 29, 1937 The death took place in a Sheffield hospital to-day of Mr. Ambrose Langley, who after being a prominent footballer, became manager of
All articles about Ambrose Langley at PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Ambrose Langley: Born: March 10, 1870: Horncastle (Lincolnshire), England. Passed away: January 29, 1937: Sheffield (South Yorkshire),
October 16, 1926 Match: Football League, First Division, at Hillsborough, kick-off: 15:15. The Wednesday – Liverpool 3-2 (1-1). Attendance: 24,535. Referee: Mr. A. Ward (Kirkham).
All articles about Harry Burton on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Harry Burton: Born: 1881: West Bromwich (Staffordshire), England. Passed away: August 28, 1923: Darnall (Yorkshire), England. Burial
January 9, 1919 On Saturday last we had two example of teams’ colours clashing, and, strangely enough, was in Liverpool, and each team was ordered
August 7, 1915 Fred Spiksley, the one-time famous Sheffield Wednesday and International winger, likes his present situation much better than his last, that of a
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
January 23, 1915 Rivalry which is good providing it is clean and honest. I have heard it often said that there is no war so
September 19, 1914 Key note: “Liverpool were well balanced. Their defence and halves are strong, while the forwards were quick, and controlled the ball well.
October 14, 1912 If any exuberantly hopeful followers of the Wednesday team enjoyed the idea that their heroes were going to make Liverpool suffer for
All articles about Jock Smith on PlayUpLiverpool.com, About Jock Smith: Born: December 19, 1865: Kilmarnock, in Scotland. Passed away: January 23, 1911: Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (note that
December 17, 1910 Match: Football League, First Division, at Owlerton. The Wednesday – Everton 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000. Sheffield Wednesday (2-3-5): Teddy Davison, Jimmy Spoors,
September 1, 1910 Oldham Athletic, Bury, Sheffield United, Aston Villa, Sunderland, Everton, Bradford City, Woolwich Arsenal, Manchester United, Notts County, Preston North End, Middlesbrough, Tottenham
August 29, 1910 Sheffield Wednesday are looking forward with hope and confidence to a much happier experience than was theirs last season – one of
February 26, 1910 International: Inter League, at Ewood Park. English League – Scottish League 2-3 (1-1). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. T.P. Campbell (Blackburn). English League
January 1, 1910 Liverpool’s lively experiences. Whilst we may not have put in such a right royal Christmas as Bradford City, The Wednesday, or the
December 12, 1908 Well done, Liverpool! The forlorn hope succeeded where others had not only failed but had been heavily repulsed. To Saturday Sheffield Wednesday
December 5, 1908 Match: Football League, First Division, at Owlerton, kick-off: 14:30. The Wednesday – Liverpool 2-3 (1-1). Attendance: 16,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Pearson (Crewe);
December 5, 1908 The Wednesday and Liverpool met in fine weather before about 16,000 people at Owlerton, Sheffield, this afternoon. The visiting side was very
October 10, 1908 Match: Inter League, at Solitude, Cliftonville (Belfast), kick-off: 15:30. Irish League – English League 0-5 (0-2). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.B. Stark
August 5, 1908 At a meeting of the directors of Sheffield Wednesday F.C. last evening, the appointment of a new trainer was considered, and from
February 29, 1908 Liverpool undone. The hopes and the fears of the supporters of Liverpool are now set at rest for this season at all