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    1892 Higher Walton (Lancashire League) Anfield 8-0
    James Cameron (2) James McBride Joe McQue (2) Malcolm McVean Jock Smith (2)
    Att 200

    1894 Burnley (Division One) Turf Moor 3-3
    Hugh McQueen Patrik Gordon Harry Bradshaw
    Att 10,000

    1895 Glasgow Celtic (Friendly) Anfield 2-0
    George Allan Frank Becton
    Att Unknown

    1898 The Wednesday (Division One) Anfield 4-0
    William Goldie Thomas Robertson John Walker Hugh Morgan
    Att 18,000

    1904 Glossop FC (Division Two) Anfield 2-2
    Arthur Goddard Joe Hewitt
    Att 12,000

    1910 Bradford City (Division One) Anfield 1-2
    James Stewart 15'
    Att 20,000

    1921 Sunderland (Division One) Anfield 2-1
    Robert Matthews 30' **** Forshaw 77'
    Att 40,000

    1927 Aston Villa (Division One) Anfield 0-0
    Att 42,196

    1932 Newcastle United (Division One) St James Park 3-4
    Gordon Hodgson 47'(Pen) Tom Bradshaw ??' Edmund Crawford 55'
    Att 28,261

    1938 Preston North End (Division One) Deepdale 0-1
    Att 22,340

    1947 Manchester United (Division One) Anfield 2-2
    Albert Stubbins 48' Jack Balmer 67' (Pen)
    Att 48,081

    1949 Arsenal (Division One) Highbury 2-1
    Albert Stubbins 38' 75'
    Att 51,866

    1952 Sheffield Wednesday (Division One) Hillsborough 2-0
    Kevin Baron 41' Billy Liddell 56'
    Att 41,183

    1955 Blackburn Rovers (Division Two) Ewood Park 3-3
    Alan Arnell 1' 5' Billy Liddell 38'
    Att 30,000

    1956 Westham United (Division Two) Upton park 1-1
    Billy Liddell 18'
    Att 25,000

    1958 Brighton & Hove Albion (Division Two) Anfield 5-0
    Alan Arnell 5' 18' James Harrower 21' Alan Banks 30' John Molyneux 43'
    Att 39,520

    1960 Brighton & Hove Albion (Division Two) Anfield 2-0
    James Harrower 9' 35'
    Att 24,390

    1962 Westham United (Division One) Upton Park 0-1
    Att 22,262

    1963 Nottingham Forest (Division One) City Ground 0-0
    Att 21,788

    1966 Westham United (Division One) Upton Park 1-1
    Geoff Strong 88'
    Att 33,000

    1969 Watford (League Cup 2ed round) Vicarage Road 2-1
    Bert Slater(OG) 6' Ian St John 75'
    Att 21,149

    1977 Birmingham City (Division One)St Andrews 1-0
    Ray Kennedy 2'
    Att 28,239

    1983 Nottingham Forest (Division One) Anfield 1-0
    Ian Rush 84'
    Att 31,376

    1985 Nottingham Forest (Division One) Anfield 2-0
    Ronnie Whelan 55' 69'
    Att 27,135

    1986 Leicester City (Division One) Filbert Street 1-2
    Kenny Dalglish 85'
    Att 16,344

    1988 Manchester United (Division One) Anfield 1-0
    Jan Molby 38' (Pen)
    Att 42,026



    John McKenna took charge of his first game as LFC manager on this day in 1892

    Gerard Houllier born on this day in 1947


    Born on this day

    Tommy Leishman (1937)
    Scott Carson (1985)


    Transfers on this day


    IN

    Elisha Scott (1912)




    LFC Debuts on this day

    Jonathan Cameron (1892)
    Andrew Hannah (1892)
    Arthur W. Kelvin (1892)
    James McBride (1892)
    Duncan McLean (1892)
    Joe McQue (1892)
    Malcolm McVean (1892)
    Joe Pearson (1892)
    Sidney Ross (1892)
    John Smith (1892)
    Tom Wyllie (1892)
    Alex Raisbeck (1898)
    John Molyneux (1955)
    Alan Banks (1958)
    Fred Morris (1958)



    1st LFC Goal on this day

    Jonathan Cameron (1892)
    James McBride (1892)
    Joe McQue (1892)
    Malcolm McVean (1892)
    John Smith (1892)
    William Goldie (1898)
    Tom Bradshaw (1932)
    Alan Banks (1958)






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    LIVERPOOL V HIGHER WALTON
    LANCASHIRE LEAGUE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1892

    *Liverpool's first official game*

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Sidney Ross
    2 Andrew Hannah
    3 Duncan McLean
    4 Joe Pearson
    5 Joe McQue
    6 James McBride
    7 Tom Wyllie
    8 John Smith
    9 Malcolm McVean
    10 James Cameron
    11 Arthur W Kelvin

    Won 8-0
    Cameron (2)
    McQue (2)
    Smith (2)
    McBride
    McVean

    Att
    200

    - Jonathan Cameron makes his LFC debut
    - Andrew Hannah makes his LFC debut
    - Arthur W Kelvin makes his LFC debut
    - James McBride makes his LFC debut
    - Duncan McLean makes his LFC debut
    - Joe McQue makes his LFC debut
    - Malcolm McVean makes his LFC debut
    - Joe Pearson makes his LFC debut
    - Sidney Ross makes his LFC debut
    - John Smith makes his LFC debut
    - Tom Wyllie makes his LFC debut
    - Jonathan Cameron scores his debut goal for LFC
    - James McBride scores his debut goal for LFC
    - Joe McQue scores his debut goal for LFC
    - Malcolm McVean scores his debut goal for LFC
    - John Smith scores his debut goal for LFC


    HIGHER WALTON LINE-UP N/A


    Liverpool Football Echo report

    The start of this game was fixed for 3.15, but it was half past three before the Liverpool players turned out. There was a misearable array of empty benches, not more than 200 spectators being present, the ground presenting a striking contrast to the opening Saturday of last season. The visitors were late in putting in an appearance, it being four o' clock when the first of the players reached the ground. In the absence of Miller, McVean took the centre position on the home side. The Liverpool captain won the toss, and McVean kicked off in the Anfield-road direction. Law breaking up the first attempt of the home forwards when Parker made tracks, but was successfully tackled by McLean. Good work by the Liverpool forwards threatened danger to the visitors, but a couple of corner kicks were the only result.

    The visitors showed good defence against home attack, but after a good shot from Pearson Smith sent in a scoring shot a quarter of an hour from the start. From the centre the Walton players worked smartly up, Flintoff having a shie at Ross's charge, but the home side were soon again attacking. Kelvin and McVean putting in some very good work. Addison had a handful from McLean and Smith shot over the bar, the Liverpool players continuing to have all the best of the game. When Addison had been grounded by Smith, McBride shot in hard, and a second goal resulted. Up to this point Ross had not been called upon, Hannah and McLean staving off every attack. McVean added a third point, and Cameron a fourth, the Preston team being outplayed at every point. Half-time: - Liverpool 5 goals, Higher Walton nil.

    Facing about, Liverpool at once attacked, but were unable to get home, the result of some neat passing being a goalkick from Addison. McQue, who just before the close of the first half scored the fifth goal for the home side, put in some splendid work as centre half, and was ably seconded by McBride and Pearson, the front rank having every chance of scoring, but having several of their efforts spoiled by the wind. A determined rush by Cameron and McVean ended in the defeat of Addison, who was beaten after twice saving his charge. Excellent play was now shown by the Liverpool forwards, Wyllie being conspicuous with several plucky runs and grand shots for the goal, and the work of the whole team showed that they were worthy to meet opponents of a higher calibre. McQue lowered the Walton colours for the seventh time, and the Liverpudlians taking matters easy, ran out easy winners, the score of the finish being: - Final result. - Liverpool 8 goals, Higher Walton nil.

    Copyright - Liverpool Football Echo










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    BURNLEY V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    TURF MOOR
    3-9-1894

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 William McCann
    2 Andrew Hannah
    3 Duncan McLean
    4 John McCartney
    5 Joe McQue
    6 Matt McQueen
    7 Patrick Gordon
    8 Malcolm McVean
    9 John Givens
    10 Thomas Bradshaw
    11 Hugh McQueen

    Drew 3-3
    Gordon 10'
    Bradshaw 48'
    H McQueen ??'

    Att
    10,000

    Burnley Line-Up

    Jack Hillman, Tom Nicol, Tom McLintock, Stuart Munn, Jimmy Crabtree, Archie Livingstone, Tom Morrison, Walter Place jnr, William Egan, Billy Bowes, Jimmy Hill

    Burnley goals

    Jimmy Crabtree
    Jimmy Hill
    William Egan

    - Bradshaw is mentioned as the scorer of Liverpool's third goal and thus his second, in the Liverpool Mercury report, but Liverpool Daily Post says that Hugh McQueen "scored prettily" Liverpool's third and we tend to favour Liverpool Daily Post as we feel they are the most reliable source.







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    LIVERPOOL V GLASGOW CELTIC
    FRIENDLY MATCH
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1895

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    Matt McQueen
    Tom Wilkie
    Billy Dunlop
    John Curran
    Joe McQue
    John McLean
    Malcolm McVean
    Jimmy Ross
    George Allan
    Frank Becton
    Fred Geary


    Won 2-0
    George Allan
    Frank Becton

    Att
    Unknown


    CELTIC LINE-UP N/A






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    LIVERPOOL V THE WEDNESDAY
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1898

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Harry Storer
    2 Archie Goldie
    3 Billy Dunlop
    4 Raby Howell
    5 Alex Raisbeck
    6 William Goldie
    7 Jack Cox
    8 John Walker
    9 George Allan
    10 Hugh Morgan
    11 Tom Robertson

    Won 4-0
    Morgan 10'
    Walker
    Robertson
    W Goldie

    Att
    18,000


    The Wednesday[ Now Sheffield Wednesday ] Line-Up

    Jimmy Massey, Jack Earp, Ambrose Langley, Robert Ferrier, Tommy Crawshaw, James Jamieson, William Dryburgh, Harry Davis, Albert Kaye, Arthur Brady, Fred Spiksley


    - Alex Raisbeck makes his LFC debut
    - William Goldie scores his debut goal for LFC





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    LIVERPOOL V GLOSSOP NORTH END
    LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1904

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Ned Doig
    2 David Murray
    3 Billy Dunlop
    4 Maurice Parry
    5 Alex Raisbeck
    6 Jason Hughes
    7 Arthur Goddard
    8 Robbie Robinson
    9 Sam Raybould
    10 Joe Hewitt
    11 Jack Cox

    Drew 2-2
    Hewitt
    Goddard

    Att
    12,000

    Glossop Line-Up

    Frank Davies, William Synott, Willie Orr, H Maginnis, John Boden, J Brown, Leon Gall, T Cairns, Archie Goodall, Eddie Murphy, Fred Spiksley

    Glossop goals


    Leon Gall
    T Cairns




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    Great work, Paul!


    On this day in 1939, at 11:15 GMT Neville Chamberlain declared war on Germany.

    How many supporters of a Club celebrating 47 years' playing went away to a war meant to last until Christmas.

    YNWA
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    LIVERPOOL V BRADFORD CITY
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1910

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Augustus Beeby
    2 Robert Crawford
    3 Tom Chorlton
    4 Robbie Robinson
    5 James Harrop
    6 James Bradley
    7 Arthur Goddard
    8 James Stewart
    9 Jack Parkinson
    10 Ronald Orr
    11 John McDonald

    Lost 2-1
    Stewart 15'

    Att
    20,000



    Bradford Line-Up

    Harry Maskrey, Bob Campbell, George Chaplin, George Robinson, Harry Hampton, Jimmy Blair, Dickie Bond, Jimmy Speirs, Frank O'Rourke, Archie Devine, Peter Logan

    Bradford goals

    Jimmy Speirs
    Frank O'Rourke


    - Beeby got his chance in goal due to Sam Hardy's damaged wrist.





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    Quote Originally Posted by FreedomforSuarez View Post
    Great work, Paul!


    On this day in 1939, at 11:15 GMT Neville Chamberlain declared war on Germany.

    How many supporters of a Club celebrating 47 years' playing went away to a war meant to last until Christmas.

    YNWA


    Thankyou Sir


    Y N W A


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    LIVERPOOL V SUNDERLAND
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1921

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP


    1 Elisha Scott
    2 Tommy Lucas
    3 Donald MacKinlay
    4 John Bamber
    5 Walter Wadsworth
    6 Tom Bromilow
    7 Bill Lacey
    8 **** Forshaw
    9 Robert Matthews
    10 Harry Chambers
    11 Fred Hopkin

    Won 2-1
    Matthews 30'
    Forshaw 77'

    Att
    40,000


    Sunderland Line-Up

    James Dempster, Bert Hobson, Ernie England, Charlie Parker, Joe Kasher, Jack Poole, Jimmy Stephenson, Charlie Buchan, Paul Stannard, Bobby Marshall, Harry Martin

    Sunderland goals

    Charlie Buchan





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    LIVERPOOL V ASTON VILLA
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1927

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Elisha Scott
    2 Tommy Lucas
    3 Donald MacKinlay
    4 Jock McNab
    5 James Jackson
    6 Tom Bromilow
    7 **** Edmed
    8 Gordon Hodgson
    9 William Devlin
    10 Harry Chambers
    11 Fred Hopkin

    Drew 0-0

    Att
    42,196



    Aston Villa Line-Up

    Tommy Jackson, Teddy Bowen, Tommy Mort, James Gibson, Vic Milne, Frank Moss, Dicky York, Joe Beresford, Billy Cook, Billy Walker, Arthur Dorrell






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    NEWCASTLE UNITED V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ST JAMES PARK
    3-9-1932

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Elisha Scott
    2 Willie Steel
    3 James Jackson
    4 Tom Morrison
    5 Tom Bradshaw
    6 Jimmy McDougall
    7 Harold Barton
    8 Gordon Hodgson
    9 Dave Wright
    10 Edmund Crawfoed
    11 Gordon Gunson

    Lost 4-3
    Hodgson 47'(Pen)
    Crawford 55'
    Bradshaw ??'

    Att
    28,261

    Newcastle Line-Up

    Albert McInroy, Jimmy Nelson, David Fairhurst, Roddie McKenzie, Dave Davidson, Sam Weaver, Jimmy Boyd, John Murray, Jack Allen, Harry McMenemy, Tommy Lang

    Newcastle goals

    Harry McMenemy
    Tommy Lang
    Jack Allen
    Willie Steel (OG)



    - Tom Bradshaw scores his debut goal for LFC





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    PRESTON NORTH END V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    DEEPDALE
    3-9-1938

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Arthur Riley
    2 Tom Cooper
    3 Jim Harley
    4 Matt Busby
    5 Fred Rogers
    6 Jimmy McInnes
    7 Berry Nieuwenhuys
    8 Phil Taylor
    9 Willie Fagan
    10 Jack Balmer
    11 Bill Kinghorn

    Lost 1-0
    Att
    22,340


    Preston Line-Up

    Harry Holdcroft, Frank Gallimore, Andy Beattie, Bill Shankly, Bob Batey, Jimmy Milne, Terry McGibbons, George Mutch, Jimmy Dougal, Bobby Beattie, Hugh O'Donnell

    Preston goal

    Bobby Beattie






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    LIVERPOOL V MANCHESTER UNITED
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1947

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Cyril Sidlow
    2 Bill Jones
    3 Ray Lambert
    4 Phil Taylor
    5 Laurie Hughes
    6 Bob Paisley
    7 Bill Watkinson
    8 Jack Nalmer
    9 Albert Stubbins
    10 Stan Palk
    11 Billy Liddell

    Drew 2-2
    Stubbins 48'
    Balmer 67'(Pen)

    Att
    48,081

    Man United Line-Up

    Jack Crompton, Johnny Carey, John Aston, Jack Warner, Allenby Chilton, Bill McGlen, Jimmy Delaney, Jack Rowley, John Morris, Stan Pearson, Charlie Mitten

    Man United goals

    Stan Pearson
    Charlie Mitten



    - Cyril Sidlow saved a penalty from Rowley





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    ARSENAL V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    HIGHBURY
    3-9-1949

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Cyril Sidlow
    2 Ray Lambert
    3 Eddie Spicer
    4 Phil Taylor
    5 Laurie Hughes
    6 Bob Paisley
    7 Jimmy Payne
    8 Kevin Baron
    9 Albert Stubbins
    10 Willie Fagan
    11 Billy Liddell

    Won 2-1
    Stubbins 38' 75'

    Att
    51,866


    Arsenal Line-Up

    George Swindin, Laurie Scott, Walley Barnes, Joe Mercer, Les Compton, Alex Forbes, Ian McPherson, Jimmy Logie, Peter Goring, Doug Lishman, Don Roper

    Arsenal goal


    Doug Lishman










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    SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    HILLSBOROUGH
    3-9-1952

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Charlie Ashcroft
    2 Eddie Spicer
    3 Ray Lambert
    4 John Heydon
    5 Bill Jones
    6 Bob Paisley
    7 Jimmy Payne
    8 Kevin Baron
    9 John Smith
    10 Arthur Rowley
    11 Billy Liddell

    Won 2-0
    Baron 41'
    Liddell 56'

    Att
    41,183

    Sheffield Wednesday Line-Up

    Dave McIntosh, Norman Jackson, Eddie Gannon, Cyril Turton, Doug Witcomb, Albert Quixall, Norman Curtis, Derek Dooley, Redfern Froggatt, Jackie Sewell, Walter Rickett





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    BLACKBURN ROVERS V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
    EWOOD PARK
    3-9-1955

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Robert Rudham
    2 Ray Lambert
    3 John Molyneux
    4 Roy Saunders
    5 Laurie Hughes
    6 Geoff Twentyman
    7 Brian Jackson
    8 Eric Anderson
    9 Billy Liddell
    10 Alan Arnell
    11 Alan A'Court

    Drew 3-3
    Arnell 1' 5'
    Liddell 38'

    Att
    30,000


    Blackburn Line-Up

    Reg Elvy, Bill Smith, Bill Eckersall, Ron Clayton, Eric Binns, John Campbell, Roy Vernon, Eddie Crossan, Tommy Briggs, Eddie Quigley, Bob Langton

    Blackburn goals

    Bob Langton
    Eddie Crossan (2)


    - John Molyneux makes his LFC debut






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    WESTHAM UNITED V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
    UPTON PARK
    3-9-1956

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Tommy Younger
    2 John Molyneux
    3 Ronnie Moran
    4 Roy Saunders
    5 Laurie Hughes
    6 Geoff Twentyman
    7 Brian Jackson
    8 Eric Anderson
    9 Billy Liddell
    10 John Evans
    11 Alan A'Court

    Drew 1-1
    Liddell 18'

    Att
    25,000


    West Ham Line-Up

    Ted Gregory, George Wright, Noel Cantwell, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Allison, Frank O'Farrell, Doug Wragg, Roy Stroud, Alan Blackburn, John ****, Malcolm Musgrove

    West Ham goal


    Frank O'Farrell





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    LIVERPOOL V BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
    LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1958

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Tommy Younger
    2 John Molyneux
    3 Ronnie Moran
    4 Johnny Wheeler
    5 **** White
    6 Geoff Twentyman
    7 Fred Morris
    8 James Harrower
    9 Alan Banks
    10 Alan Arnell
    11 Alan A'Court

    Won 5-0
    Arnell 5' 18'
    Harrower 21'
    Banks 30'
    Molyneux 43'

    Att
    39,520

    Brighton Line-Up

    Eric Gill, Tommy Bisset, Syd Ellis, Jack Bertolini, Ken Whitfield, Glen Wilson, Denis Gordon, John Shepherd, Dave Sexton, Denis Foreman, Frankie Howard


    - Alan Banks makes his LFC debut
    - Fred Morris makes his LFC debut
    - Alan Banks scores his debut goal for LFC





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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston-Sox View Post


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    LIVERPOOL V GLASGOW CELTIC
    FRIENDLY MATCH
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1895

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    Matt McQueen
    Tom Wilkie
    Billy Dunlop
    John Curran
    Joe McQue
    John McLean
    Malcolm McVean
    Jimmy Ross
    George Allan
    Frank Becton
    Fred Geary


    Won 2-0
    George Allan
    Frank Becton

    Att
    Unknown


    CELTIC LINE-UP N/A






    celtic.
    1.simpson
    2.craig
    3.gemmell
    4.murdoch
    5.mcneill
    6.clark
    7.johnstone
    8.wallace
    9.chalmers
    10.auld
    11.lennox.

    sub fallon(not used)

    greatest XI to ever grace a pitch

    YNWA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redhoops View Post
    celtic.
    1.simpson
    2.craig
    3.gemmell
    4.murdoch
    5.mcneill
    6.clark
    7.johnstone
    8.wallace
    9.chalmers
    10.auld
    11.lennox.

    sub fallon(not used)

    greatest XI to ever grace a pitch

    YNWA.
    Cool,Where did you get that from ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston-Sox View Post
    Cool,Where did you get that from ?



    1967.of course.
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    LIVERPOOL V BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
    LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1960

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Bert Slater
    2 John Molyneux
    3 Ronnie Moran
    4 Gordon Milne
    5 **** White
    6 Tommy Leishman
    7 Ian Callaghan
    8 James Harrower
    9 Dave Hickson
    10 Jimmy Melia
    11 Alan A'Court

    Won 2-0
    Harrower 9' 35'

    Att
    24,390

    Brighton Line-Up

    Dave Hollins, Bob McNichol, Tommy Bisset, Jack Bertolini, Roy Jennings, Steve Burtenshaw, Mike Tiddy, Ian McNeill, Bill Curry, Adrian Thorne, Bobby Laverick






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    Quote Originally Posted by redhoops View Post
    1967.of course.




    Ahhhhhhhh
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    WESTHAM UNITED V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    UPTON PARK
    3-9-1962

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 James Furnell
    2 Gerry Byrne
    3 Ronnie Moran
    4 Gordon Milne
    5 Ron Yeats
    6 Philip Ferns
    7 Ian Callaghan
    8 Roger Hunt
    9 Ian St John
    10 Jimmy Melia
    11 Alan A'Court

    Lost 1-0
    Att
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    West Ham Line-Up

    Lawrie Leslie, John Bond, John Burkett, Martin Peters, Ken Brown, Bobby Moore, Tony Scott, Phil Woosnam, John Byrne, Geoff Hurst, Malcolm Musgrove

    West Ham goal


    Tony Scott







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    NOTTINGHAM FOREST V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    CITY GROUND
    3-9-1963

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Tommy Lawrence
    2 Gerry Byrne
    3 Ronnie Moran
    4 Gordon Milne
    5 Ron Yeats
    6 Philip Ferns
    7 Ian Callaghan
    8 Roger Hunt
    9 Ian St John
    10 Jimmy Melia
    11 Peter Thompson

    Drew 0-0
    Att
    21,788

    Nottingham Forest Line-Up

    Peter Grummitt, Joe Wilson, Dennis Mochan, Jeff Whitefoot, Robert McKinlay, John Winfield, Trevor Hockey, Colin Addison, Frank Wignall, Johnny Quigley, Richard Le Flem





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    WESTHAM UNITED V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    UPTON PARK
    3-9-1966

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Tommy Lawrence
    2 Chris Lawler
    3 Gordon Milne
    4 Tommy Smith
    5 Ron Yeats
    6 Willie Stevenson
    7 Ian Callaghan
    8 Roger Hunt
    9 Ian St John
    10 Geoff Strong
    11 Peter Thompson

    Drew 1-1
    Strong 88'

    Att
    33,000


    West Ham Line-Up


    Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, John Charles, Martin Peters, Dave Bickles, Bobby Moore, Peter Brabrook, Ronald Boyce, John Byrne, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons


    West Ham goal


    Geoff Hurst







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    WATFORD V LIVERPOOL
    FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP 2ED ROUND
    VICARAGE ROAD
    3-9-1969

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Tommy Lawrence
    2 Chris Lawler
    3 Geoff Strong
    4 Tommy Smith
    5 Ron Yeats
    6 Emlyn Hughes
    7 Ian Callaghan
    8 Roger Hunt
    9 Bobby Graham
    10 Ian St John
    11 Peter Thompson

    Won 2-1
    Slater (OG) 6'
    St John 75'

    Att
    21,149

    Watford Line-Up

    Bert Slater, Duncan Welbourne, Johnny Williams, Keith Eddy, Brian Garvey, Walter Lees, Stewart Scullion, Terry Garbett, Tom Walley, Barry Endean, Bernie Lewis

    Watford goal


    Keith Eddy









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    BIRMINGHAM CITY V LIVERPOOL
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ST ANDREWS
    3-9-1977

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Ray Clemence
    2 Phil Neal
    3 Joey Jones
    4 Tommy Smith
    5 Ray Kennedy
    6 Emlyn Hughes
    7 Kenny Dalglish
    8 David Fairclough
    9 Steve Heighway (David Johnson 46')
    10 Terry McDermott
    11 Ian Callaghan

    Won 1-0
    Kennedy 2'

    Att
    28,239

    Birmingham Line-Up

    Jim Montgomery, Mike Rathbone, Gary Pendrey, Tony Towers, Pat Howard, Kevan Broadhurst, Steve Fox, Trevor Francis, Keith Bertschin, Terry Hibbitt, Malcolm Page


    Birmingham substitution

    Kevan Broadhurst out for Gary Emmanuel








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    LIVERPOOL V NOTTINGHAM FOREST
    LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
    ANFIELD
    3-9-1983

    LIVERPOOL LINE-UP

    1 Bruce Grobbelaar
    2 Phil Neal
    3 Alan Kennedy
    4 Mark Lawrenson
    5 Craig Johnston
    6 Alan Hansen
    7 Kenny Dalglish
    8 Sammy Lee
    9 Ian Rush
    10 Michael Robinson (David Hodgson 79')
    11 Graeme Souness

    Won 1-0
    Rush 84'

    Att
    31,376

    Nottingham Forest Line-Up

    Hans van Breukelen, Viv Anderson, Kenny Swain, Colin Todd, Paul Hart, Ian Bowyer, Colin Walsh, Ian Wallace, Gary Birtles, Steve Hodge, Peter Davenport


    - Phil Neal missed a penalty on 75'





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