All articles about Thomas Malone on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Thomas Malone: Born: February 13, 1903: Widnes (Lancashire), England. Passed away: April 2, 1985: Christchurch, New Zealand.
July 3, 1967 Liverpool yesterday transferred to Fourth Division York City their 19-year-old centre or inside forward, Ted MacDougall, at a fee estimated at £5,000.
June 26, 1964 Liverpool F.C. directors, meeting yesterday, appointed as expected Mr. Sidney Cecil Reakes as chairman and Mr. Harold Cartwright vice-chairman following the resignation
All articles about Dick Forshaw on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Dick Forshaw: “One of the most versatile players in the game is this Widnes-born man, who graduated
April 25, 1941 Thomas Houghton, Alder-avenue, Widnes, formerly a professional football playing for Liverpool, was granted decree nisi with costs and £150 damages against Mr.
March 2, 1927 Dick Forshaw the Liverpool forward has been signed by Everton (£2,000), the deal was completed last night and will come as a
September 3, 1926 Character studies of the Liverpool Players. Elisha Scott. – Goal. This international Irishman is considered by many people to be the greatest
August 23, 1926 Optimism is the note at Anfield, and this appears to arise mainly from the knowledge that there is not likely to be
August 25, 1924 Judging from what has been seen in the practice game, Liverpool appear to have good grounds for expecting a successful season. There
September 1, 1923 Liverpool. Elisha Scott Belfast (G.) 5 9 1/2 – 11 12 Algy Wilkinson Bradford (G.) 5 10 – 12 7 Charles Pearson
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,
August 9, 1923 Elisha Scott Belfast Goalkeeper 5ft. 9in. and 10st. 11lb. Algy Wilkinson Bradford Goalkeeper 5ft. 10in. and 12st. 7lb. Charles Pearson Sunderland Goalkeeper
August 21, 1922 The League champions are in the unique position of being able to open the campaign with practically the same side. All last
May 7, 1921 In Jack Sheldon’s place at outside right Liverpool tried Dick Forshaw against Bolton Wanderers, but it was not a happy move. Forshaw
Saturday, April 10 – 1915 The Rev. W.C. Jordan, who for the past twelve months has been senior curate of Christ Church, Southport, has been
Thursday, April 16 – 1914 An ex-Liver, now in London, sends the following “Don’ts” for the special attention of my readers: – Don’t forget to
December 4, 1897 Match: Lancashire Cup, First Round, at Hyde Road, kick off: 14:30. Manchester City – Liverpool 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000; gate receipt: £130.