Tag: Tom Chorlton

Thomas Chorlton (Tom Chorlton) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com

All articles about Tom Chorlton on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Tom Chorlton: Born: April 9, 1880: in Heaton Mersey, in England. Passed away: March 4, 1948. Nickname: Sunny. Position: Right back, or right back. Height: 5 ‘ 8ft. 1/2in. Weight: 12st 4lbs. Career: Heaton Mersey Juniors, 1896. Northenden, 1898. Stockport […]

Tom Chorlton – the trainer

Thursday, December 30 – 1937 A month ago Eric Brook, Manchester City’s international outside left, underwent an operation for appendicitis. Yesterday he amazed Trainer Tom Chorlton and his fellow players by sprinting round the track at Maine-road in an athlete’s track suit and training jersey. Such a quick […]

Kenneth Campbell’s life story – Part IV

Saturday, May 28 – 1921 Amusing story of Buchan and Campbell When Charlie Buchan’s smile irritated me Base humour about my transfer By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle and Scotland, continues the story of his football career. Joining Liverpool when a lad as […]

Tom Chorlton with serious leg injury

Tuesday, September 17 – 1918 All Liverpool sports will be sorry to learn that Tommy Chorlton, ex-Liverpool-Manchester United-Accrington Stanley defender, has broken a leg while playing for his Army side. The last time I saw this happy fellow was at Hyde-road, when Bennett had his first appearance, and […]

Manchester United F.C. team photo 1913-14

August 15, 1913 Back row, left to right: Butterworth, Tom Chorlton, Closs, Tommy Gipps, Arthur Hooper, Jack Sheldon, Wilf Woodcock, George Livingston, Arthur Cashmore, Shreeve, Lee, Arthur Potts, Robert Roberts, Chamberlain. Front row, left to right: Edward Hudson, James Thomson, Cole, Joseph Haywood, Clegg, John Hodge, Jack Mew, […]

Football League meeting (March 1, 1912)

March 1, 1912 A meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held in Manchester last night. Mr. John McKenna, the president, who occupied the chair, was congratulated on being elected a vice-president of the Football Association. The legal action in connection with Kingsley, late of […]

From Gainsborough with Lowe

Thursday, May 3 – 1911 The Liverpool Football Club are bent on getting their house in order at the earliest possible moment, and re-signings continue apace, while there is very welcome evidence that the directors are fully alive to every opportunity of strengthening their ranks. Liverpool have a […]

Reserves for Blackpool clash

Friday, December 30 – 1910 The Liverpool Reserves team to meet Blackpool Reserves at Anfield was selected as follows: – Beeby; Chorlton and Rogers; Scott, Hignett, and Bradley; Speakman, Thompson, Gilligan, Millar, and Leavey. (Evening Express, 30-12-1910)

William Millar to make his debut

Friday, December 23 – 1910 The following team was selected to represent Liverpool Reserves against Accrington Stanley at Anfield, on Saturday: Gus Beeby; Tom Chorlton, Tom Rogers; Ralph Holden, Ernest Peake or Sam Hignett, James Bradley; James Speakman, Joe Brough, Sam Gilligan, William Millar, John Macdonald. It will […]

Liverpool Reserves v Bury Reserves 4-2

Saturday, December 10 – 1910 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Bury Reserves 4-2 (1-2). Referee: Mr. J.A. Ashworth; linesmen: Messrs. W.J. Duddy and J.B. Bickerstaffe. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Peter Malone; Tom Chorlton, Alf West; James Scott, Ernest Peake, Donald Mackinlay; James Speakman, Joe Brough., William […]

Number of games and goals so far

November 29, 1910 Liverpool have had a rather mixed experience, but if they continue the form shown against Manchester United there is no reason why they should not improve their position considerably. Up to date the club have called on 20 players to do duty in League warfare, […]

Manchester United Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 2-2 (League match: November 26, 1910)

November 26, 1910 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Old Trafford. Manchester United Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-2 (1-1). Manchester United Reserves (2-3-5): Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Peter Malone, Tom Chorlton, Alf West, James Scott, Ernest Peake, James Bradley, James Speakman, Joe Brough, Sam Bowyer, William Stuart, Herbert Leavey. The goals: […]