June 25, 1921 Kenny’s troubles as linesman. Club colours cause a disturbance. Amusing experiences with Liverpool on the continent. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, Partick
June 11, 1921 Remarkable speech by Tom Watson Leads to victory against the Villa. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle
June 4, 1921 When Albert Shepherd bested Liverpool, And what a walking in Epping Forest led to. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper
March 7, 1921 The half-back line of the English Leaguers is composed of three Lancashire born men, who have been developed in the west of
Saturday, November 1 – 1919 Fairfoull, the old Liverpool half-back, has followed in the footsteps of William Scott, Everton’s former goalkeeper, as a taxicab owner.
August 28, 1919 The Emergency Committee of the Football Association has removed the suspensions of the following: – Robert Pursell, Tom Miller, Thomas Fairfoull, and
August 25, 1919 During the last four years the directors of the Liverpool Club have been specialising in the local product, and as a direct
August 4, 1919 Genuine regret was felt in Burnley on Monday morning, when news reached the town of the death of Teddy Hodgson, the Burnley
December 28, 1918 Match: Lancashire Principal Competition, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool Burnley 7-0 (4-0). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. F.J. Proctor (Trentham). Liverpool (2-3-5): William
December 23, 1915 The following statement was issued by the the football Association today: “The commission appointed first by the Football League, and afterwards by
December 23, 1915 Truth will out. Last Easter Manchester United Football Club beat Liverpool F.C. 2-0. The result was in accord with anticipation. So much
December 23, 1915 This afternoon the Football Association announced the long-awaited decision concerning what has become known as “The Scandal Match.” The result is a
October 18, 1915 That Liverpool should have won “hands down” as the saying goes, is uncontradictable. They had the Spotland men in the hollow of
October 16, 1915 Match: Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Rochdale 2-2 (2-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. J.T. Holdcroft;
October 15, 1915 Not a single bad match has been witnessed in Liverpool since the new style of “League” match was introduced to our notice,
October 9, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield. Liverpool – Stockport County 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000. Referee: Mr. J.L. Turner; linesmen: Messrs. F.
October 2, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Deepdale, kick off: 15:00. Preston North End – Liverpool 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 1,200. Referee: Mr. E.
October 1, 1915 Of the Liverpool match it is hard to say anything this day on account of he lack of knowledge of the team
September 29, 1915 Liverpool, who go to Preston next Saturday by the 1.15 from Exchange, have been forced to make change or two. Molyneux, the
September 27, 1915 Liverpool won in no half-hearted manner, and it is plain that their team is one of the lustiest the Lancashire circle knows
September 25, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Burnley 5-2 (5-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. H.T. Yates; linesmen:
September 22, 1915 Burnley have a capital side again this season; in fact, they are virtually unchanged from last season’s side. So we may be
September 20, 1915 It is a great pity that the game between Liverpool and Stoke at the well-remembered Victoria Ground should have been marred by
September 18, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Victoria Ground, kick-of: 14:30. Stoke – Liverpool 2-2 (2-2). Attendance: 7,000; gate receipt: £191.. Referee: Mr.
September 17, 1915 Liverpool have a far, far longer journey than usually will be the case this season. In these days of stress and work,