All articles about Tommy Cunliffe on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Tommy Cunliffe: Born: 1886, in Wigan, in England. Passed away: Position: Outside left. Height: 5 ‘ 7.
Monday, October 29 – 1917 At the sitting of the Football Commision appointed by the Lancashire Football Association, at Preston, yesterday, Thomas Cunliffe, the well-known
September 22, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal competition, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Bolton Wanderers 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Alderson. Liverpool
Friday, September 21 – 1917 For the third and – last time? One never knows. Three weeks with nothing but victory makes us “want more,”
September 15, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal competition, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 0-3 (0-2). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Alderson. Bolton Wanderers
September 14, 1917 Bolton, as I announced yesterday, have whipped up some strong names, and with Jimmy Fay, of Southport, helping them, and the left
September 8, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal competition, at Anfield, kick off 15:30. Liverpool – Burslem Port Vale 4-0 (1-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. D.B.
September 7, 1917 Liverpool can plume themselves and say: “What has been done can be done.” That won’t do it, but the factor of success
September 1, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Principal competition, at Old Recreation Ground. Burslem Port Vale – Liverpool 2-3 (2-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. E.B. Bragg.
August 31, 1917 Liverpool start with a journey to Burslem – one of the longest travels in the season – and the difficulty players experience
August 25, 1917 Anfield stars again on view. Liverpool have already held their trial match in which they brought out quite a number of novices,
August 15, 1917 Although their list of fixtures is not yet published, Liverpool are first in the field locally with a practice game. While many
April 28, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, Primary Tournament, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 1-0 (0-0). Referee: Mr. J.H. Alderson; linesmen: Messrs. D. Heath
April 23, 1917 The end cometh and we know it. We can feel it. The touch of summer warms us up and colds our enthusiasm
April 21, 1917 It was the sixth meeting of the Merseyside clubs, and the day being fine and bright a large crowd assembled at Goodison
April 20, 1917 It is not my intentions to give the record of the previous meetings of Everton and Liverpool in chart form for they
April 18, 1917 It is a bit laughable to find on the fixture card next Saturday another meeting of Everton and Liverpool. Someone asked me
April 14, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Anfield. Liverpool – Stockport County 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 18,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Tommy Haughton, Ephraim Longworth, Tommy Lucas,
April 9, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Ash Lane, kick-off: 15.25. Southport Central – Liverpool 0-7 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Stockport County (2-3-5): W. Wright,
April 9, 1917 It was something of a novelty for Liverpool and Everton to meet on two successive days. That the game were popular was
April 9, 1917 Yes, it was well won, and, though four goals was hardly a correct idea of how the game went in their favour,
April 7, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-4 (0-1). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipt: £580. Referee: Mr. W.
March 31, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Edgeley Park. Stockport County – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs. R.R. Keay
March 29, 1917 Once again Liverpool F.C. bring to us a new name – Lees. What the club will do for a goalkeeper is hard
March 26, 1917 Liverpool’s penultimate game in the competition proper was married by many regrettable incidents that quite ruined the contest. The climax was reached