The Collapse of a shed on the Antelope

For the Saints’ second season in the Southern League, they remained at the Antelope Ground, with the league season following a similar pattern as the previous year, with the Saints finishing third behind Millwall and Luton Town.[31] The highlight of the league season was the visit of Millwall on 21 March 1896 when a crowd of 8,000 saw the Saints defeat the reigning champions 2–0, with goals from Charles … Continue reading The Collapse of a shed on the Antelope

George Harvey Muir (1869–1939)

G.H Muir was a schoolteacher who later became headmaster at Mount Pleasant School. He continued to play for St. Mary’s until 1889, after which he became a referee. He refereed an Amateur Cup final and served the Hampshire F.A. for many years. In 1915, he became a director of Southampton Football Club, remaining with the club until 1936. He was also captain of the Deanery Cricket Club … Continue reading George Harvey Muir (1869–1939)