Player profile

James Garside

James Garside

Birthdate: 24 January 1885
Birthplace: West Gorton, Manchester, England
Date of death: 1939
Other clubs: Darwen, Accrington Stanley (1903-04), Accrington Stanley (2 / 1906-09), Exeter City (1909-13)
Bought from: Accrington Stanley
Signed for LFC: 10.03.1904
Liverpool debut: 21.01.1905
Last appearance: 02.04.1906
Contract expiry: 03.05.1906
Win ratio: 20% W:1 D:2 L:2
LFC league games/goals: 5 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 5 / 0

Player profile

After impressing against Liverpool's reserve team for Accrington Stanley Garside signed for the "Livers". Garside, who had served apprenticeship as a engine fitter and was considered the best outside-left in the Lancashire Combination, could now focus just on football. He made five appearances for Liverpool taking over the centre-forward position from Sam Raybould for the fixture with Lincoln City in January 1905, one of only two League matches the prolific Raybould missed during the club's second division championship-winning season. Garside was given four more opportunities the following year, when the club managed to achieve the very rare feat of winning the League Championship only one season after being promoted from the Second Division. Garside found his level at Exeter City in the Southern league playing 110 games and scoring 22 goals from 1909-1913.

Appearances per season

Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 5 0 0 0 0 5
1904-1905 1 0 0 0 0 1
1905-1906 4 0 0 0 0 4

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

Total Opponent
1 Sunderland
1 Lincoln City
1 Bury
1 Birmingham City
1 Sheffield Wednesday
Total Competition
5 League

Milestone Appearances

# Date Against Stadium Competition
1 21.01.1905 Lincoln City Anfield League
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