October 3, 1910 Liverpool on Saturday suffered their usual fate when opposed at Anfield to their League rivals across the Park. The verdict against them
October 1, 1910 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-2 (0-2). Attendance: 40,021; gate receipt: £1,301 4s 3d. Referee:
October 1, 1910 If there is any team more difficult than the Livers to reckon up I should like to know it. It is always
October 1, 1910 Gus Beeby, Tom Chorlton, Ephraim Longworth, Robert Robinson, Ernest Peake, John McConnell, Arthur Goddard, Joe Brough, Jack Parkinson, Sam Gilligan, John Macdonald.
Friday, September 30 – 1910 Ever since the year 1894, when the Mersey clubs came into opposition for the first time in the premier League,
Tuesday, September 27 – 1910 Our local clubs have not had an over successful time during the first month of the campaign. Each have played
Monday, September 26 – 1910 Following upon the disappointments which have been experienced at Anfield-road, the Liverpool team completed their first month’s programme with a
September 24, 1910 Match: Football League, First Division, at Hyde Road, kick-off: 15:30. Manchester City – Liverpool 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. A. Adams.
September 23, 1910 Liverpool travel to Manchester by the 1.30 train from Central Station to-morrow, and the kick-off at Hyde-road is time for 3.30. After
Thursday, September 22 – 1910 Liverpool resume their contests under First League auspices on Saturday at Hyde-road, and a stern tussle is bound to result.
Monday, September 19 – 1910 Now what of our share of the spoils on Saturday? Well, one point out of possible four as the result
September 17, 1910 Key note: “Matters are developing very queerly at Anfield this season, and the defeats sustained in the first two home engagements are
Friday, September 16 – 1910 The great attraction locally is the visit of Notts Forest to Anfield, and it is only reasonable to expect that
September 12, 1910 Liverpool went one better than they did last year at Blackburn, and gained a creditable victory over the Rovers. The forwards gave
Saturday, September 10 – 1910 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Ewood Park, kick-off: 15:30. Blackburn Rovers – Liverpool 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr.
Saturday, September 10 – 1910 We are all disappointed. The Livers made a very bad start by allowing Bradford City to take away two points
Friday, September 9 – 1910 The form of the Liverpool team on Saturday last was far from satisfactory, and it was felt that changes were
September 3, 1910 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Bradford City 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. J.W. Bailey; linesmen:
September 1, 1910 Complete list of men engaged. Liverpool F.C. Sam Hardy, Newbould, goalkeeper, 5ft. 9in., 12st.; Gus Beeby, Osmaston, goalkeeper, 5ft. 10in., 12st.; Peter
September 1, 1910 Looking backwards to last year the Livers can congratulate themselves upon a successful season. It was one of the most satisfactory they
August 29, 1910 The Anfielders, despite their early departure from the Cup-ties last January, enjoyed one of the most successful season in the history of
August 28, 1910 Liverpool had a most excellent season and they are hopeful of still further adding to the reputation of the club this year.
August 18, 1910 It would be difficult to conceive more pitiable conditions than those prevailing on Thursday evening, the time appointed for Liverpool’s first public
August 6, 1910 When writing of Liverpool’s 1909-10 prospects, 12 months ago, I said “Liverpool’s present policy, position, and – shall I add? – prospects
June 11, 1910 The Liverpool Football Club have just received “snaps” taken on their Continental tour. The picture shows the men at the top of