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
Friday, July 26 – 1968 The shock resignation of Liverpool vice-chairman Harry Latham, for personal reasons, revealed on the eve of the club’s annual meeting,
July 26, 1968 Liverpool F.C. vice-chairman Mr. Harry Latham will not be seeking re-election to the board of directors at the club’s annual meeting to-night.
March 26, 1958 Everton Vice-Chairman. Brief illness. The death took place at Liverpool Royal infirmary today of Mr. T.C. Nuttall vice-chairman of Everton F.C., after
August 18, 1947 Councillor Stanley Ronald Williams will be unanimously elected chairman of Liverpool F.C. at tomorrow’s meeting of the directors, to succeed the late
September 1, 1941 I was at Anfield on Saturday to see the lively Reds beat a capable Wrexham. Whether it is the boxing shows which
June 20, 1935 Liverpool F.C. Board of Directors have decided to appoint Mr. William John Harrop chairman of the board in place of Mr. Walter
Wednesday, July 5 – 1911 The Liverpool Football Club are getting their house in order for a season which it is hoped will be prosperous.
June 4, 1909 At a meeting of the directors of the Everton club, Mr. Edward Askew Bainbridge’s term as chairman having expired, Mr. Dan Kirkwood
September 5, 1905 The directors of the Liverpool Football Club last evening entertained the players and a number of shareholders to dinner at the Hotel
Friday, August 25 – 1905 Mr. John McKenna, the popular vice-chairman of the Liverpool Football Club, has been elected representative for No. 3 Division on
October 29, 1904 At a meeting of the directors of the Liverpool Football Club, Mr. Edwin Berry was elected chairman in succession to Mr. William
Wednesday, December 9 – 1896 A meeting was held yesterday at the Alexandra Hotel, Dale-street, of the executive-committee of the Annual Theatrical Football Gala, when
February 15, 1892 The Everton Club’s headquarters next and following seasons will be at Goodison Road, Mr. John Houlding not having deigned to reply to