|10||900||Preston North End|
|9||810||West Ham United|
|2||180||Bradford Park Avenue|
|50||01.01.1921||Aston Villa||Villa Park||League|
|150||17.03.1923||Manchester City||Hyde Road||League|
|250||30.08.1926||Aston Villa||Villa Park||League|
|1||57||24.01.1920||Bolton Wanderers||Burnden Park||League|
Dating from circa 1920, this advert for Phosferine features a quote from Tom Bromilow.
"He was a seriously cultured player and a great signing because we signed him for nothing after he literally just knocked on the door one day. I just love his story!"
Liverpool FC museum curator Stephen Done on Tom Bromilow
"His signature was obtained in the strangest manner. He came to the ground in uniform during the war and asked for a game. I asked George Fleming, who was in charge of the second team then, how he was fixed and he said he could do with another player, Bromilow played at outside right and was an instant success. When the war ended he signed as a professional. Eventually he took his place in the first team when Lacey was playing an international match for Ireland. I should think that it is one of the luckiest signings I have made."
George Patterson on Tom Bromilow
"Quite a good impression was created by the local lad Bromilow at right half-back; it was asking a great deal of him to place him against such a clever pair as Lindsay and Mosscrop, but he came out of the ordeal with distinct credit."
Tom Bromilow made his debut on 25 October 1919 at Burnley's Turf Moor. Liverpool won 2-1. From the club programme's report.