Player profile

James Kelso

Birthdate: 8 January 1869
Birthplace: Cardross, Scotland
Other clubs: Renton, Renton (2)
Bought from: Renton
Signed for LFC: 1892
Liverpool debut: 24.09.1892
Last appearance: 24.09.1892
Contract expiry: 1893
Win ratio: 100% W: 1 D: 0 L: 0
LFC league games/goals: 0 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 1 / 0

Player profile

Kelso played just one game for Liverpool Football Club in the club's inaugural season on 24 September 1892 against Bury. Liverpool won 4-0. The right-half was a promising player and Field Sport gave this account of him in 1892: "Young Kelso is as like his older brother, Bob, in play as he is in features, and great things are expected from him." His brother, Bob, was a famous footballer with Renton, Everton and Dundee. James returned to Renton after just one season at Liverpool. On 25 July 1900 James and family had just returned home to Renton from a holiday at the Isle of Man. James, who had always had a steady job and never had a drinking problem according to the media, seemed in good spirits. Shortly after their arrival he committed suicide, only 31-years old.

Appearances per season

SeasonLeagueFALCEuropeOtherTotal
Totals000011
1892-1893 000011

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

TotalOpponent
1Bury
TotalCompetition
1Lancashire League

Goals per season

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1892-1893 000000

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TotalCompetition
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TotalGoal minute period
01-15
016-30
031-45
046-60
061-75
076-90
091-120
TotalOpen play/Penalty
0Open play
0Penalty

Wartime Appearances / Goals

SeasonAppearancesGoals
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Milestone Appearances

#DateAgainstStadiumCompetition
124.09.1892BuryAnfieldOther

Milestone Goals

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The player was in the squad the following season

SeasonShirt #Position
1892-1893 * Defender
* Note, Since the 1993-94 season players have been allocated a fixed number.

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