Chadwick spent the autumn of his career at Liverpool, after a sensational period at Everton from 1888-1899. He signed for the Blues before the inaugural Football League season of 1888/89 and played 300 games and scored 110 goals. His highlight was winning the League Championship in 1891. The 5ft. 6in. (167 cm.) left-winger was called "King of the dribblers and master of the ball" by Victor Hall in the Liverpool Echo in the 1920s. "To see Edgar Chadwick in play was to realise for the first time what the art of 'dribbling' really meant," he…
"I’ve never seen a ball move so fast in my life. It’s a good job I didn’t get in the way of either shot or I’d have been back in the net with them."
Anfield | Saturday 05 Oct 2019
Forget the countdown to Christmas, it’s the re-opening of the transfer window that football fans are starting to get excited about.
One thing is for sure – there’s never a dull moment as a Liverpool fan. With their penalty triumph over Chelsea in August’s Super Cup, Liverpool confirmed themselves as the most decorated club in England, their 43 trophies just pipping Manchester United’s 42. But it hasn’t always been plain sailing for the Reds.
There’s nothing in football like the Kop. It throbs like some huge factory. Those fans come not only to be entertained, but to entertain.’ – From a press report in 1963.