I came across a nice feature article about the top goalkeepers of 1908 in the Cricket and Football Field newspaper recently. It is quite interesting
May 16, 1959 Sam Hardy … Harry Hibbs … Frank Swift … Ted Sagar … Sam Bartram … Jerry Dawson …Jack Harkness … John Thomson.
Registered players for Larne Football Club, season 1936-37: James Barr, Position: Full-back; (Whiteabbey, Larne Olympic); Victor Beattie, Position: Goalkeeper; Height: 5ft. 8in., weight: 11st. 0lb.;
All articles about William Scott on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Scott: Born: May 17, 1882: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: August 15, 1936: Liverpool (Lancashire), England.
August 15, 1936 William Scott, brother of Elisha Scott has gone to his rest. He had not been well for some time and pneumonia caused
April 20, 1934 The news that Liverpool have decided to place Elisha Scott, their famous Irish international goalkeeper, in the transfer list means the severance
Wednesday, June 15 – 1932 Swindon Town have signed on three new players. Alan Scott, a centre forward, from Liverpool; William Scott, an inside forward,
June 21, 1930 Among those present at the annual prize giving of Broadway United Football Club in Thompson’s Restaurant, Donegall Place, on Saturday, was Mr.
August 13, 1920 Last season was a record financially for the Liverpool Club, and from a playing point of view was very successful, although they
June 23, 1920 Liverpool F.C. meeting brings out points. The Law Rooms in Cook-street resemble a church in many ways, and when Liverpool F.C. met
November 1, 1919 Match: Central League, at Turf Moor. Burnley Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-1 (0-0). Referee: Mr. J. Twist. Burnley (2-3-5): Ronnie Sewell, Tom
Saturday, November 1 – 1919 Fairfoull, the old Liverpool half-back, has followed in the footsteps of William Scott, Everton’s former goalkeeper, as a taxicab owner.
September 16, 1919 Elisha Scott, Ireland’s international goalkeeper, who is about to undergo an operation for varicocele, has a brother, also a goalkeeper, on the
June 25, 1919 Chairman of Liver club’s decision. Suspensions erased. Players signed for Anfield oncoming season. At the meeting of the Liverpool Football Club last
June 24, 1919 Liverpool adopted the right attitude at the right moment. They did not wait and see. They went out and brought back youngsters
June 2, 1919 For the first time in their history Liverpool won the Lancashire Cup by defeating Oldham Athletic, at Old Trafford, on Saturday. The
June 2, 1919 Oldham overwhelmed. As Mr. John Lewis, the president of the Lancashire FA remarked when presenting the trophy, there could be no two
May 31, 1919 Key note: “As Mr. John Lewis, the president of the Lancashire FA remarked when presenting the trophy, there could be no two
May 24, 1919 Match: Lancashire Section (Lancashire Cup), Semi Final, at Bloomfield Road, kick: 15:30. Blackpool – Liverpool 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 8,000; gate receipts: £400.
Saturday, May 17 – 1919 Match: Benefit for the Footballers’ War Fund, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 3-1 (1-0). Manchester United (2-3-5): Jack
May 10, 1919 Match: Benefit for the Footballers’ War Fund, at Anfield. Liverpool – Manchester United 4-0 (1-0). Attendance: 10,000; gate receipts: £300. Referee: Mr.
April 26, 1919 Match: Lancashire Cup Section – at Edgeley Park. Stockport County – Liverpool 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. F.J. Proctor (Trentham). Stockport
Saturday, April 19 – 1919 Match: Lancashire Cup Section – at Anfield. Liverpool – Stockport County 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 18,000. Referee: Mr F.J. Proctor (Trentham).
April 14, 1919 Although up to within a minute of the finish Liverpool only held the lead by a single goal, the general trend of
April 12, 1919 Match: Lancashire Section, at Ash Lane. Southport Vulcan – Liverpool 0-2 (0-1). Referee: Mr. J.T. Howcroft (Bolton). Attendance: 8,500; gate receipts: £106.