December 29, 1945 Match: Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Everton Reserves 3-0 (1-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Charles Ashcroft, Kenneth Seddon, Bernard Ramsden, Eddie
January 4, 1944 There should be plenty of excitement at Prenton Park on Saturday, when Tranmere Rovers, seeking their first qualifying point in the Football
May 6, 1943 The most gratifying feature of Liverpool’s success in the season now drawing to a close has been not the winning of the
June 11, 1942 Striking record of second string. With the likelihood that next season’s team—raising difficulties for Soccer clubs will be even greater than in
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.
May 14, 1942 Liverpool “A”, home to Randles in the return George Mahon Cup semi-final, will be selected from: – Phil Keane, Kenneth Seddon, Bill
March 5, 1942 Saturday will be a big day for the young players of Liverpool’s Amateur team. In the afternoon they visit Randle at Runcorn
January 1, 1942 On Saturday Liverpool “A” will entertain Liverpool University at Anfield. Liverpool “A” (from): Willis, Jack Macdonald, Kenneth Seddon, Richard Kirwan, Parry, Bob
December 23, 1941 Mr. George Kay, Liverpool F.C.’s manager, is having some difficulty getting his side together for the visit to Stoke on Christmas Day.
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
December 11, 1941 Carlton, in their first County Combination season, are now the strongest challengers to Liverpool’s supremacy. They are only three points behind and
December 4, 1941 “Doubles” in Saturday’s County Combination games in which the highlight is the return between leaders, Liverpool and Automac, at Anfield. The Reds
September 12, 1941 Manager Mr. George Kay has still some doubt about the constitution of the Liverpool side to face Manchester City at Maine-road tomorrow.
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 6, 1941 Match: Football League, Northern Section, at the Racecourse, kick-off: 15:00. Wrexham – Liverpool 5-3 (3-1). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. H. Hartles (Runcorn).
September 3, 1941 Liverpool were so pleased with the display of Willie Hall, the young Old Swan forward, against Wrexham at Anfield last Saturday that
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 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
March 2, 1940 Match, International, representative friendly, at Park Avenue (Bradford). Football League XI – All British Red Cross XI 4-4 (2-1). Attendance: 14,575; gate
May 18, 1939 Match: International, at Stadion Beogradski S.K., Beograd, kick-off: 17:30. Yugoslavia – England 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. Georges Capdeville (France). Yugoslavia
May 13, 1939 Match: International, at San Siro, Milano. Italy – England 2-2 (0-1). Attendance: 60,000. Referee: Mr. Peco Bauwens (Germany). Italy (2-3-5): Aldo Olivieri
April 15, 1939 International: British Championship 1938-39, Hampden Park (Glasgow). Scotland – England 1-2 (1-0). Attendance: 149,269. Referee: Mr. William Hamilton (Northern Ireland FA). Scotland
December 1, 1937 International: Friendly, at White Hart Lane. England – Czechoslovakia 5-4 (3-2). Attendance: 45,879. Referee: Mr. John Langenus (Belgium). England (2-3-5): Vic Woodley
Saturday, September 23 – 1933 Match: Football League, First Division, at White Hart Lane, kick-off: 15:30. Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool 0-3 (0-1). Attendance: 33,080. ‘Spurs