Sketches gathered for Liverpool F.C. for the 1929-30 season. Tom Morrison (Liverpool Echo: August 31, 1929) Tommy Cooper, future-Liverpool, Derby County (Liverpool Echo: September 28,
Saturday, August 5 – 1939 Tom Morrison, the former St. Mirren, Liverpool, Sunderland and Ayr United international half-back, was at Dublin Circuit Court during last
Wednesday, March 15 – 1939 Tom Morrison, the ex-St. Mirren, Liverpool, Sunderland, and Ayr United international right-half, fractured a leg last week while playing for
Thursday, August 19 – 1937 Tom Morrison, the Ayr right back, has had his resignation cancelled. Morrison played for Liverpool and Sunderland, and was signed
Friday, August 13 – 1937 Pleading guilty at Kilmarnock Sherif Court yesterday to two charges of theft by housebreaking and one charge of attempted housebreaking,
December 11, 1936 Gamlingay Football Club have been playing an international footballer unaware. Yet he graduated into Gamlingay’s Cambridgeshire League side from the Reserves. During
Monday, December 7 – 1936 Thomas Kelly Morrison, the Scottish international footballer who played right back for Sunderland last season, was charged before Sunderland magistrates
February 8, 1936 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool – Sunderland 0-3 (0-3). Attendance: 33,332. Referee: Mr. R.A. Mortimer. Liverpool (2-3-5):
Wednesday, November 6 – 1935 Sunderland yesterday secured the transfer from Liverpool of Tom Morrison, their Scottish international half back. Morrison, who joined Liverpool during
April 18, 1935 Liverpool F.C. have placed on the transfer list Tosh Johnson, their English International inside-left, and Tom Morrison, the Scottish International right-half-back. Johnson,
Wednesday, March 13 – 1935 Liverpool F.C. have referred the case of Tom Morrison, their Scottish international right half back, who has mysteriously disappeared, to
March 4, 1935 All the week-end a wife searched London for her lost footballer husband Tom Morrison, the Scottish international, who disappeared from his home
Friday, March 1 – 1935 Tom Morrison, Liverpool’s Scottish international half back, has been suspended by his club for a further period of fourteen days.
February 2, 1935 Match: Central League, at Elland Road. Leeds United Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 4-3 (3-1). Leeds United (2-3-5): Reg Savage, Alf Pope, Robert
February 1, 1935 Les Heseltine, the Garston Woodcutters’ F.C. inside right, 18 years of age, 5ft. 7in. in height, and 10st, has become a professional
Monday, December 17 – 1934 Tom Morrison, once of St Mirren, would like a coaching job abroad. If he gets his wish he will put
Tuesday, November 13 – 1934 Within 24 hours of leaving the field at Huddersfield, where his club were heavily defeated on Saturday, Tom Morrison, the
August 23 , 1934 Liverpool Football Club has suspended their international half-back, Tom Morrison, for fourteen days for breach of discipline. (Daily Worker: August 23,
August 9, 1934 Liverpool had an anxious experience last season, and it was only by pulling themselves together towards the end that they saved themselves.
February 10, 1934 Key note: “Another Derby game has gone down to history, but this latest meeting between Everton and Liverpool will not live long
January 17, 1934 Match: FA Cup, Third Round, replay, at Craven Cottage. Fulham – Liverpool 2-3 (1-0), after extra time. Attendance: 28,319. Referee: Mr. E.
January 1, 1934 Liverpool opened the New Year programme at St. James’ Park this afternoon and having won at Anfield Road a week ago, Newcastle
January 1, 1934 Key note: ”Sutlering nine goals against them at Newcastle, to-day, Liverpool F.C. underwent a new League experience for them. Their worst defeat
December 30, 1933 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 19,034. Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Willie
Saturday, November 18 – 1933 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Baseball Ground, kick-off: 14:30. Derby County – Liverpool 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 15,580. Referee: Mr.