September 6, 1939 We regret to announce the death of Mr. John McClatchey, 5 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast. A native of Lurgan, he was one of
May 2, 1939 The nominations for elections to the Football League Management Committee, on June 5th, closed to-day. There are 14 candidates for five seats,
Saturday, February 27 – 1937 A memorial tablet to the memory of the late Mr. John McKenna, former President of the Football League, was unveiled
November 21, 1927 There are men in football today who have spent a life-time in the game – forty, fifty years of more. It is
May 29, 1916 Held in London on Monday evening, the annual general meeting of the Football Association lasted less than a quarter of an hour.
March 10, 1913 The origin of the club. In the spring of 1892 there was a split in the ranks of the famous Everton Club.
March 1, 1912 A meeting of the Management Committee of the Football League was held in Manchester last night. Mr. John McKenna, the president, who
September 7, 1910 Last evening another large and interesting meeting in connection with the Mid-Week Hospital Cup was held, Mr. William Robert Williams, Liverpool F.C.,
August 3, 1910 With the conclusion of the third Test match between England and South Africa, played at Cape Town, the official programme of the
June 13, 1910 The annual meeting of the Football League was held in London on Monday, Mr. John James Bentley, presiding. A grant of £50
September 6, 1905 The meeting of the Football League Management Committee at Liverpool on Friday will be unusually important. The occasion will be seized to
October 13, 1902 If there is a referee who covers ground quicker than any other, he is Mr. A.J. Barker. This is his own oft-expressed
November 8, 1897 A very interesting letter was received by Vice President Bryan at a committee meeting of the Arbroath Football Club on Monday last
Monday, June 18 – 1894 The negotiations between the Liverpool Football Club and the owner of the adjoining land are at a standstill, and it
Wednesday, April 13 – 1881 The members of the Everton Association Football Club held their second annual supper at the Queen’s Head, Village Street, Everton,