Ward in media. About Daniel Ward: Born: June 22 – 1993, in Wrexham, Wales. Position: Goalkeeper. Height: Weight: Career: Wrexham Youth, 2007. Wrexham, signed, July
Thursday, August 18 – 1988 Ian Rush sensationally come back to Liverpool from Juventus last night for a British record fee of £2,8 million. The
Monday, July 14 – 1975 Wrexham manager John Neal may quit in protest at yesterday’s £110,000 sale of Welsh U23 international defender Joey Jones to
Thursday, November 21 – 1974 Jimmy Bloomfield yesterday did more than half a million pounds worth of transfer business – and was then locked out
Friday, April 22 – 1960 A squad of First Division starlets will be loaned to the New York Football Club next month to play in
Friday, March 6 – 1959 Swansea manager Trevor Morris is still hopeful of signing Roy Saunders, Liverpool wing half. After a long talk yesterday Saunders
Wednesday, March 4 – 1959 Liverpool wing-half Roy Saunders can claim today that he must be the first Soccer player to be sold in bed.
October 7, 1958 Ivor Allchurch, Swansea’s transfer-listed Welsh International inside forward, has decided not to join Liverpool, and Newcastle United must now be favourites for
All articles about Billy Meredith on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Billy Meredith: Born: July 30, 1874: Chirk (Denbigshire), Wales. Passed away: April 19, 1958: Withington (Lancashire), Manchester.
Thursday, March 13 – 1958 Tranmere player-manager Peter Farrell pulled off the scoop of the day by signing Tony Rowley, Liverpool’s leading scorer and Welsh
Friday, December 16 – 1955 Chester’s bid to sign Ray Lambert, Welsh international full back from Liverpool, broke down when Lambert refused to move. (Daily
Saturday, September 5 – 1953 Ivor Allchurch, Swansea’s Welsh international inside forward, was watched by Arsenal’s assistant manager, Mr. Jack Crayston, at Luton on Saturday.
Tuesday, March 11 – 1952 Cyril Sidlow, Welsh international goalkeeper, and Willie Fagan, inside forward, a Scottish wartime cap, are among seven Liverpool players offered
October 11, 1949 The choice by Wales of Cyril Sidlow, Liverpool, as goalkeeper on Saturday against England carries a stage further an old rivalry between
December 11, 1947 Liverpool F.C. to-day signed Doug McAvoy, Kilmarnock inside forward. McAvoy is the player Mr. George Kay, Liverpool manager, saw in action last
Saturday, November 29 – 1947 Liverpool have eight of their unsuccessful Cup semi-final team on view to-day. These are a strong go-ahead side, and we
Tuesday, August 12 – 1947 Lovell’s Athletic, Southern League club, have signed George Poland, former Welsh international goalkeeper. Poland, who represented his country against Ireland
Thursday, August 29 – 1946 Another goalkeeper to move is George Poland, Liverpool’s Welsh international. He has been signed by Cardiff City, for whom he
Monday, August 12 – 1946 Bristol Rovers have signed Herbert Hall, a goalkeeper from Liverpool, and Gwynne Morgan, a Welsh schoolboy international outside left, who
Thursday, February 21 – 1946 Cyril Sidlow, 29 year old Wolves and Wales international goalkeeper, was signed by Liverpool last night. Fee was about £4,000.
Thursday, April 5 – 1945 Liverpool are faced with serious team problems for their North Cup second round tie – first “leg” – with Manchester
Thursday, March 29 – 1945 There will be right and possibly nine internationals in the great Goodison Park send off to the Easter holiday football
Friday, March 16 – 1945 Manager George Kay, of Liverpool, has received word that Billy Liddell, the Scottish international, and Cumner, of Wales and Arsenal,
Thursday, February 1 – 1945 The Navy will turn out their strongest Soccer side of the war against the Army at Ipswich on February 17.
Tuesday, November 28 – 1944 Neither Manager Mr. George Kay nor Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly are able at the moment to announce their teams for