All articles about William Banks on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About William Banks: Born: December 6, 1893: Cramlington, in England. Passed away: March 20, 1963: Cramlington, in England.
January 8, 1920 William Banks, the inside right of Fulham, who was recently secured from Liverpool, is described as a second James McMenemy. Banks has
December 26, 1919 During the past few days several more well-known players have been transferred. Two Manchester United men – Arthur Allman (full back) and
November 15, 1919 Reserves, Central League, at Prenton Park. Tranmere Rovers – Liverpool Reserves 1-2 (1-1). Tranmere Rovers (2-3-5): Tom McDonald, Bull, Tom Stuart, Bunting,
August 30, 1919 Reserves: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Bradford City Reserves 4-3 (0-2). Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Jimmy Stanfield, Jim Penman, John
August 25, 1919 During the last four years the directors of the Liverpool Club have been specialising in the local product, and as a direct
August 23, 1919 Match: Pre-season trial, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool Reds – Liverpool Stripes 4-1 (1-0). Liverpool Reds (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Ephraim Longworth, Billy
July 17, 1916 In addition to the “Football Echo” notice regarding Sam Chedgzoy joining the Army, I can give the following additional local names: Liverpool.
May 6, 1916 Match: Benefit for Lord Mayor’s Roll of Honour Fund, at Anfield. Liverpool – Everton 1-3 (0-0). Attendance: 14,000; gate receipt: £400. Referee:
May 5, 1916 The fall of rain will be welcomed by the footballers who are once again coming to Charity’s aid. To-morrow the ground should
May 4, 1916 Everton and Liverpool meet (on Saturday) for the sixth time this season, and the game and its cause will create a very
April 29, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section: Supplementary Tournament: Southern Division, at Edgeley Park. Stockport County – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. T.G. Bagley;
April 22, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section: Supplementary tournament: Southern Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Manchester United 7-1 (2-1). Attendance: 18,000. Referee: Mr. J.L.
April 21, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, supplementary tournament – Southern Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Everton 5-2 (3-0). Attendance: 27,000. Referee: Mr. W.J.
April 20, 1916 The holiday to-morrow will be welcomed by a large crowd of workers, who will take the opportunity of visiting Anfield for the
April 8, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section: Supplementary Tournament, at Boundary Park. Oldham Athletic – Liverpool 2-1 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft; linesmen: Messrs.:
April 7, 1916 Liverpool go to Oldham Athletic’s ground, and with Watson centre, and Banks back in the line, the forward line may gain devil.
April 6, 1916 Liverpool announce that Donald Mackinlay and Fred Pagnam are injured. Bandsman Norman Bradley, now fit, will come from Blackpool to take up
March 24, 1916 To-morrow, for sample, Stockport will not allow Liverpool a walk over. As Liverpool have recently shown a better understanding than at the
March 18, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, supplementary tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. J.I. Turner; linesmen: Messrs.
March 17, 1916 For the second week in succession Liverpool go to Manchester. Last week they did well to draw at Hyde-road, and they are
March 16, 1916 Liverpool team to visit Manchester United: – Ted Taylor, Ephraim Longworth, James Middlehurst, John Bamber, Walter Wadsworth, Donald Mackinlay, Robert Waine, Wilfred
January 29, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs.:
January 28, 1916 The incorrigibles… That is the new name for Liverpool. They go to-morrow to Old Trafford, and in view of certain happening last
January 24, 1916 Liverpool F.C. lived up to their reputation on Saturday. They “made a race of it” with Bury. They had them well beaten