After holding competitive games during the first year of the Great War, the Football Associations of England and Scotland decided to discontinue professional football at
Sunday, July 14 – 2013 Two years before the Titanic’s first, fatal voyage, 11 months before World War 1 started, the life of a manager
All articles about Neil McBain on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Neil McBain: Born: November 15, 1895: in Campbelltown, in Scotland. Passed away: May 13, 1974: Position: Centre
All articles about Arthur Goddard on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Arthur Goddard: “Goddard is a clever dribbler, beats a half-back very smartly, and centres with excellent judgment.
July 12, 1944 Ralph Knowles Milne, M.C., T.C., first Mayor and one of the first aldermen of Bebington. Born 1884. Was articles with Edwin Berry
Saturday, June 6 – 1942 A former Liverpool footballer, Mr. Henry James Fitzpatrick, of 19 Skerries Road, Liverpool, died in hospital on Saturday. An inside
All articles about Edgar Chadwick on PlayUpLiverpool. About Edgar Chadwick: “An out-and-out specimen of what a player ought to be. Knows football, and plays it.
February 10, 1936 The death has taken place in Liverpool of Arthur Metcalf, the former Liverpool footballer, who played in their Cup final in 1914.
Tuesday, June 25 – 1935 There was a surprise development last night to the announcement by Hearts that they had appointed Mr David Pratt, manager
Tuesday, April 5 – 1932 In senior football circles it is not unusual to find two brothers playing together for the same team. For a
Tuesday, July 1 – 1930 Picture to yourself John Hill, the Newcastle United an one-time Plymouth Argyle centre-half-back, but imagine him to be two or
October 23, 1929 In 1919 football recommenced after being stopped by the war. But in my opinion there was a far more important happening in
Friday, June 3 – 1927 By a decision arrived at yesterday by the directors of the Leeds United Association Football Club, the position of secretary-manager
June 25, 1921 Kenny’s troubles as linesman. Club colours cause a disturbance. Amusing experiences with Liverpool on the continent. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, Partick
Saturday, December 4 – 1920 One of the best discoveries of the season is Ben Cross, the young Burnley inside left, who helped himself to
Thursday, July 29 – 1920 Thomas Capper, Dundee’s reserve goalkeeper last season, has signed for Southend United. During the war Capper played for Southport Central.
Saturday, April 10 – 1920 This week Burnley have signed a junior inside right named Benny Cross, of Runcorn. While working as an engineer at
Tuesday, February 10 – 1920 In view of the fact that he had lost a leg in the war, an ex-soldier, wearing the “1914 Star”
Monday, January 19 – 1920 Last night, the Hull City secretary-manager signed on the full back, James Middlehurst who before the war was developing into
Monday, April 7 – 1919 Blackburn Rovers have signed on another Rochdale player, Tweedale Rigg, the clever half-back. Rigg is about 23 years of age,
Friday, September 20 – 1918 A week or two ago it was reported that the condition of Private Arthur Clamp, the Notts County, centre half-back,
September 17, 1918 All Liverpool sports will be sorry to learn that Tom Chorlton, ex-Liverpool–Manchester United-Accrington Stanley defender, has broken a leg while playing for
Friday, September 6 – 1918 To-morrow sees the send-off of another football season in war-time. We will not waste time over the necessity of football
August 20, 1918 Tom Miller, the ex-Liverpool F.C. forward, is due back in Liverpool in a fortnight, when he will take unto himself a Liverpool
Saturday, July 18 – 1918 Jack Hunter – still a “mine host” in Preston – and himself will never forget him. A more dogged, hardy,