Given what is shown in the top left of this post for 30 April 1887, our solicitors should issue the RS with a 'cease and desist' letter regarding calling their ground by its present name, and hereafter call it by its original name: 'EVERTON...
Was at that one!
We were given the whole of the uncovered terracing behind one goal.
Look forward and you watched the match. Turn around and you were looking at the cows and sheep in the field immediately behind the ground. I kid thee not!
Was in my usual place in the Gwladys Street end at this game, aged 12.
Sure that's Tony Macedo in goal for Fulham - always played with his sleeves half rolled up.
Albert Dunlop played the last 4 games, as West was injured.