February 14, 1996 Bob Paisley, English football’s reluctant genius, died yesterday bequeathing our national game a record that will never be surpassed. The man whose
Thursday, February 2 – 1995 Sir John Smith, former chairman of Liverpool and the Sports Council, has died aged 74 after a battle against cancer.
August 29, 1991 David Moores, nephew of former “Mr Everton” Sir John Moores, last night became new chairman of arch-rivals Liverpool in a shock Anfield
Wednesday, November 13 – 1974 Terry McDermott walked into Liverpool’s lush reception room at 6.15 last night blinked at the glittering array of trophies, then
Saturday, May 4 – 1940 The Sandon Hotel in Oakfield Road would be found to be connected prominently with football if ever the history of
May 4, 1940 The Sandon Hotel in Oakfield Road would be found to be connected prominently with football if ever the history of the game
April 4, 1916 The Emergency committee of the Football Association, acting with full powers of the council, have decided that next season’s matches can only
June 11, 1892 The Celtic Football Club has the honour of holding three trophies which they have competed for – the Glasgow charity, the Glasgow,