Friday, April 29 – 1932 Cardiff City, for financial reasons, have decided to dispense with the services of George Latham, their head trainer, and A.
Friday, January 8 – 1932 Formerly with Liverpool, Bristol City, Wrexham, Bradford and New Brighton, Billy Matthews, the Welsh international centre half, has signed on
November 19, 1931 Ernest Peake, who played for Blyth Spartans after he had established his fame as a centre half-back with Liverpool and in international
November 21, 1925 Billy Matthews, the Welsh International centre half, of Liverpool, Bristol City and Wrexham fame, has signed for Barrow. He has been playing
August 29, 1924 South Molton Association Football Club’s first choice for the position of player-manager of the team on Thursday fell on Stanley Rowlands, a
August 20, 1923 Liverpool are optimists. The players believe they can improve upon last season’s record, and that they can again head the League chart,
Monday, April 24 – 1922 The Liverpool directors have been fortunate in having capable reserves in John McNab and Ted Parry, who have filled the
Thursday, March 2 – 1922 Bristol City have secured the transfer of Matthews, of Liverpool, and he will play for his new club on Saturday.
Saturday, February 18 – 1922 The strength of Liverpool’s rearguard can be estimated by the fact that Ted Parry, a member of the famous Welsh
May 1, 1920 Liverpool have just signed William Cunningham, left half back, of Blyth Spartans, the club with which Joe Clennell was associated, and with
December 23, 1919 Billy Meredith, the famous winger and Welsh international, was on Tuesday re-signed by the Manchester United Club, who, through their manager, Mr.
November 14, 1919 Liverpool people will remember Billy Hughes, of Bootle F.C., but they probably would not associate his name with the report last week-end
September 29, 1919 The Welsh team for the Victory International match at Stoke against England has been selected as follows: – Teddy Peers (Wolverhampton); Bill
August 27, 1919 Ernest Peake, the Liverpool and Welsh International centre-half, is going to Blyth Spartans as player-manager, and he should do the team a
July 18, 1919 George Latham, the former Liverpool player and Welsh international, has just been demobilised and reinstalled as trainer with Cardiff City, a club
February 19, 1918 Ernest Peake, the Welsh international, formerly with the Liverpool club, writes me as follows: – “Being a constant reader of your paper.
January 2, 1918 “Fanny” Walden, of the Tottenham Hotspur, and Ted Vizard, the Welsh international, entered the married state this week, and Harry Lewis, the
Thursday, December 20 – 1917 George Latham, the ex-Liverpool and Cardiff player, has now had a bar added to his first honour, the Military Cross.
Friday, July 13 – 1917 After gaining highest honours on the football field, two well known Welsh footballers have further distinguished themselves on other fields,
Friday, May 4 – 1917 It is stated that Lieut. George Latham, Newtown, the well-known footballers, has been recommended for the Victoria Cross for his
May 20, 1916 Although there was a goodly crowd at Anfield on Saturday to witness the game between a Welsh international team and a fifteen
February 3, 1916 All local and Welsh sportsmen will be sorry to learn that Maurice Parry, the Welsh international, who played many years for Liverpool
October 13, 1915 We have not heard much in later months of our old friend, Maurice Parry, Welsh international, Scottish player, and well-known Liverpool player.
August 9, 1915 George Latham, Newtown (Montgomeryshire), the famous Welsh International footballer, and for the last five years trainer of Cardiff City, has accepted a
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