Player profile

John Lipsham

Birthdate: 1881
Birthplace: Chester, England
Other clubs: Chester (1903-06), Chester (2 / 1907-13), Wrexham (1913), Chester (3 / 1919-21)
Bought from: Chester
Signed for LFC: May 1906
Liverpool debut: 25.12.1906
Last appearance: 30.03.1907
Contract expiry: 1907
Win ratio: 0% W: 0 D: 1 L: 2
LFC league games/goals: 3 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 3 / 0

Player profile

Lipsham was a forward who made just three first division appearances for the club during the 1906/07 season. Although Liverpool had been League champions the previous year, they slumped alarmingly to fifteenth position and lost 18 of their 38 League fixtures, failing to score in all the matches for which Lipsham was selected. Lipsham had three spells at Chester and was one of four brothers who turned out for the club. In his second spell the club's directors felt cheated that he moved to Wrexham at the end of the 1912/13 season after giving him and Billy Matthews a joint-benefit match just two months earlier that raised £82.

Appearances per season

SeasonLeagueFALCEuropeOtherTotal
Totals300003
1906-1907 300003

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TotalOpponent
1Aston Villa
1Manchester United
1Bolton Wanderers
TotalCompetition
3League

Goals per season

SeasonLeagueFALCEuropeOtherTotal
Totals000000
1906-1907 000000

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TotalTeam
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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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Stats note

Milestone Appearances

#DateAgainstStadiumCompetition
125.12.1906Manchester UnitedBank StreetLeague

Milestone Goals

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The player was in the squad the following season

SeasonShirt #Position
1906-1907 * Midfielder
* Note, Since the 1993-94 season players have been allocated a fixed number.

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