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Employment restrictions, which intensified under the 1919 Aliens Act and the Orders of the Council of 1920 and 1925 that followed, would mean that few English football clubs would (or could) turn to foreign (non-Commonwealth) players during the inter-war years and only eight foreign recruits in total were playing in the four English professional divisions by 1925 (Lanfranchi and Taylor 2001: 48). Around this same time on Merseyside, the dark-skinned and curly black-haired Birkenhead-born Bill Dean, a rapacious centre-forward and record goal scorer for Everton in the inter-war years, was emerging as a national figure and local icon.
Their effects were also likely to be lessened by the especially bleak history of the relationship between the club and some of the city’s most disadvantaged local communities of the type I have briefly tried to sketch here. Indeed, as the “new” Liverpool FC of the Premier League era has increasingly tried to promote its market-driven cosmopolitanism and its corporate global credentials outside Liverpool, paradoxically, closer to home on Merseyside it has been the policies of localism of the less successful Everton FC which have arguably been more instrumental in recruiting young British local black or dual-heritage football talent— Victor Anichebe, Jack Rodwell and Leon Osman among them.
Neither club could be identified as an obvious safe option for black Liverpudlians— though there is some evidence that local black tipsters had an early presence at the city’s other great sporting event of the day, the Grand National horse race at Aintree (Chandler 1972). Thus, the city of Liverpool was both a major urban site for racial unrest and repression, and (along perhaps with Glasgow) the premier single location for following association football in the world, especially after Everton won the FA Cup and Liverpool the Football League title in the same year, 1906.
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