Goalkeeper Jack Alderson had a very illustious career with Sheffield United and Crystal Palace, playing over 375 games in the Football League as well as being listed amongst the Eagles top three choice keepers during their centenary year - he also represented his country...
Roy Massey netted a hat-trick in this Football League Cup match in August 1969 between Redaing and Colchester United at the former Elm Park ground after drawing the initial fixture 1-1.
Everton became FA Cup winners in 1906; beating Newcastle United by a single scored by Sandy Young (who will be featured shortly by this website) before a crowed of 75,609. The Toffees would be losing finalists to Sheffield Wednesday twelve months la
Sheffield Wednesday beat Merseyside outfit Everton by two goals to one in this 1907 FA Cup Final played at the former Crystal Palace Ground (not to be confused with Selhurst Park) for what was the Owls second succession in this competition since the clubs formation in 1867...
Sheffield Wednesday and Everton fought out an entertaining First Division match at Hillsborough on 12 November 1904 before a 12,000 attendance with both sides sharing the spoils...
Sheffield Wednesday crashed out the FA Cup at the first round at Bury by one goal to nil on 9 February 1901 at Hillsborough whilst there rivals from across the City reached the final before losing to non-leaguers Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 in a replay...
Sheffield Wednesday claimed victory in the 1896 FA Cup (played on 18 April) by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers by two goals to one at Crystal Palace.
It would prove to be the first time that the Sheffield side win the Cup after suffering defeat to the hands of Wolves six years previous...
Liverpool were defeated 3-1 by Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Boxing Day 2012.
Stoke City's Jon Walters netted twice to come from behind and win the match 3-1 after Steven Gerrard netted an early penalty for the Reds in Staffordshire.
Before a crowed of just 6,000 Sheffield Wednesday beat Birmingham outfit Aston Villa by one goal to nil in this Football League Division One game on 3 November 1894; it wax a chance for either side to gain points with the Villa lying in sixth place and the Owls seventh.
Football Researchers follow the career of footballer William Gooney who having been born in th Steel City on 8 October 1910 had an illustrious career with Sheffield United, playing over 150 times for the Bramall Lane club before finally ending his days at Plymouth Argyle and Luton Town respectivily.
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