November 24, 1944 Liverpool have a great opportunity of building up their position for the League War Cup Competition, which opens on December 25, when
June 22, 1944 Reds’ rosy future “We look on the future quite happily. We shall have no need to go around the country looking for
Tuesday, January 5 – 1943 Liverpool Reserves entertain Marine in a County Combination game at Anfield when Ellis, who got six goals last Saturday, will
December 7, 1942 Liverpool’s Football League Championship No. 1 hopes were dimmed on Saturday when they allowed Blackpool to take a two-points lead in their
September 24, 1942 Followers of amateur football on Merseyside will be on short rations on Saturday for many fixtures have been postponed. Liverpool Reserves have
September 15, 1942 For the return game with Liverpool ‘A’ the Blues will start with; Wilf Birkett, Tuthill, Curwen, Jack Humphreys, Martin McDonnell, Tommy Fairfoull,
August 28, 1942 Liverpool “A” (v. Randle, at Anfield) from: Morris, Kenneth Seddon, Richard Kirwan, Bob Arnold, George Kay, Battersby, Jack Macdonald, Willie Hall, Jack
May 23, 1942 Birkenhead enthusiasts are well catered for seeing that Prenton Park stages the challenge match between the juniors of Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool.
December 18, 1941 Carlton and Liverpool remain favourites for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and both are engaged in viral away games on
November 17, 1941 Chester lose 4-2. Liverpool scored another double when they beat Chester 4-2 at Anfield. There was no doubt about their being the
November 15, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Chester 4-2 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. R.A. Mortimer (Huddersfield). Liverpool
September 11, 1941 It is Liverpool’s turn to face Napiers who created a surprise on Saturday by beating Everton. Napiers provide the opposition at Anfield.
September 1, 1941 I was at Anfield on Saturday to see the lively Reds beat a capable Wrexham. Whether it is the boxing shows which
August 30, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Wrexham 5-2 (4-1). Attendance: 3,200. Referee: Mr. W.H. Evans. Liverpool (2-3-5):
August 25, 1941 A few weeks ago a 17 year-old Bootle lad received a postcard inviting him to have a trial with Everton Football Club.
August 21, 1941 Berry Nieuwenhuys, Liverpool’s South African outside right, and one of the most colourful personalities in football, definitely will appear in Liverpool’s only
May 28, 1940 Liverpool Boys’ city team during the past two months as attained form very little short of pre-war standards, and after several good
Saturday, January 20 – 1940 Match: Regional League, Western Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool – Chester 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.H.E. Evans
January 1, 1940 Busby’s part in the victory. Liverpool’s 3-1 victory at Preston was something in the nature of a minor miracle. The losers included
January 1, 1940 “Ten to one chances come off sometimes.” In these words Mr. George Kay, Liverpool’s manager, correctly summed up the victory of a
December 30, 1939 Match: Friendly, at Deepdale, kick-off: 14:20. Preston North End – Liverpool 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Hargreaves (Preston). Preston North
Friday, December 22 – 1939 Everton have a great opportunity of becoming joint leaders of the Western Region. They are only a point behind Stoke
Saturday, August 12 – 1939 The teams to turn out for Tranmere Rovers, Chester, Wrexham, South Liverpool and Crewe today are appended: – Tranmere Rovers.
May 10, 1939 St. Alexander’s R.C. School, by defeating Roscoe Senior School 3-2 at Anfield, last night, won the city schools championship, together with a
May 9, 1939 To-morrow, at Anfield (7 o’clock), the two leading Liverpool schoolboy teams of the year will meet to decide the championship of the