Tag: Tom Bromilow

Liverpool F.C. – Hail the 1922 Champions

Liverpool F.C. – The Champions of the League The supreme event in the Eastertide football was the decision of the League championship. When Liverpool had the honour of defeating last season’s winners, Burnley, and on the same day Oldham Athletic overcame Tottenham Hotspur at Boundary Park, the premiership […]

Tom Bromilow leaves his post

Tuesday, January 24 – 1950 Tom Bromilow, manager of Newport County since May 1946, today tendered his resignation, which has been accepted, with regret, by the board. Mr. Bromilow, who has not given reason for his decision or a hint of his future plans, was a former England […]

Bromilow new manager of Newport

Wednesday, May 15 – 1946 Mr. Tom Bromilow, who resigned his position as manager of Leicester City at the beginning of the season, has been appointed manager of Newport County. A former Liverpool and England half back, he was a trainer coach on the Continent and has been […]

Tom Bromilow resigns from Leicester

May 3, 1945 Mr. Tom Bromilow, the Liverpool and England half-back and former Burnley and Crystal Palace manager, is terminating his appointment with Leicester City, owing to a disagreement with the directors over the future policy of the club. (Birmingham Daily Gazette: May 3, 1945) XX

Palace want Bromilow as manager

Wednesday, July 17 – 1935 The vacant position of manager to Crystal Palace has been offered to Tom Bromilow, the former Liverpool player, who has been manager for Burnley for the last three years. Mr. Bromilow is seeking release from his present position at Burnley to take over […]

Burnley sign Alfred Roe from Liverpool

Monday, May 22 – 1933 On Monday Alfred Roe, left half, was signed from Liverpool, with whom he has played for three seasons. Hailing from Sheffield, he was at Mexborough, the birthplace of George Waterfield, before he went to Liverpool as an amateur. He signed professional forms with […]

Burnley sign Liverpool forward

Thursday, February 2 – 1933 To-day (Saturday) Burnley have a new inside-right on view at the Charlton Athletic ground. He is Edward Hancock (Ted Hancock), who was signed by the Turf Moor club from Liverpool on Thursday. Twenty-one years of age, Hancock is a native of Denaby, and […]

Burnley appointed Bromilow as manager

Wednesday, October 5 – 1932 Tom Bromilow, the former Liverpool and England left half back, has been appointed secretary-manager to Burnley Football Club, in succession to Mr. A.Pickles, who retired a month ago. Liverpool discovered Bromilow while he was playing in Army football, and, curiously, his debut in […]

The manager who turns out himself

Friday, March 4 – 1932 Burnley’s manager, Mr. Tom Bromilow, during the four months he has been at the helm at Turf Moor, has had a big share in promoting an entirely new spirit. Nowadays, the directors leave the team selections to him, and, in addition, are doing […]

Tom Bromilow heads to Amsterdam

Saturday, May 30 – 1931 Tom Bromilow, the international left half, who has left Liverpool after being 12 seasons at Anfield, has been appointed trainer coach to the Amsterdam club. In the summer he will act as a cricket coach. (Hull Daily Mail, 30-05-1931)

Cardiff City v Liverpool 1-2 (League match)

Monday, April 1 – 1929 Match: Football League, First Division, at Ninian Park. Cardiff City – Liverpool 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 16,849. Cardiff City (2-3-5): Tom Farquharson; Jack Jennings, Bill Roberts; Tom Helsby, Tom Sloan, George Blackburn; Frank Matson, Harry Wake, Len Davies, George McLachlan, Freddie Warren. Liverpool (2-3-5): […]