"Andrew Hannah, the famous Renton back, who played for Everton two years ago, has been engaged by the new Liverpool club for next season. Hannah will act as captain and his power of developing players is so well known that the Liverpool club are fortunate in having secured the man who did so much towards improving the all-round play of the Everton team." (Birmingham Daily Post on 6th of June 1892.)
Hannah was a great all-round athlete who won prizes at the Highland Games. Hannah starred as Everton's captain from 1889-1891, winning the League championship in 1891 and rated as one of the best full-backs in the country. It is quite curious why he decided to leave champions Everton and return to his home town in Scotland for his third spell with Renton, which were founder members of the Scottish League.
Right-back Hannah was Liverpool's first captain and one of the eleven men who represented Liverpool in their first-ever Football League fixture on September 2, 1893. He played in 24 of the 28 matches that year and won a Second Division Championship medal, but also experienced relegation a year later when he shared the right-back spot with John Curran.
Other clubs: Renton, WBA, Renton (2), Everton, Renton (3), Rob Roy (amateur)