It is the summer of 1887 and the Everton team pose, at the Sandon, with the trophy they had just won after beating Oakfield Rovers
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William H Parry, a former Captain of Everton Football Club (By Tony Onslow)
The clean shaved young man, seated on the right of the middle row, is an eighteen year old player who had recently established himself in
The Life of a Former Everton Captain (By Tony Onslow)
Nicholas John Ross, the Victorian version of the present day soccer super star, was a man who captained both Preston North End and Everton. He
The Original Merseyside Derby Game
By Tony Onslow. The present Merseyside Derby games are contested between Everton and their close neighbours Liverpool. The event attracts a capacity crowd to Goodison
A Scot named Jack Angus
Written by: TONY ONSLOW. Jack Angus. A man who scored in the first Football League match between Manchester and Merseyside. The population of Liverpool were
Was this the Birthplace of Football in Liverpool?
By TONY ONSLOW The Midland Railway, Goods Depot, Liverpool. The year was 1874 and the Midland Railway Company had, eventually, managed to lay their track
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