One of numerous Scotsmen who represented Liverpool during their early days as a Football League club, Andy McGuigan was a forward who was at Anfield for just two seasons in the early 1900's.
He made his debut on 6th October 1900 when the Reds visited Derby County and scored five times in the 13 first division games he was selected for that year, enough to be eligible for a League championship medal, the club's first Division One title. Liverpool slumped to 11th place a year later as they unsuccessfully defended their crown but Andy still contributed a goal every other game to give him respectable final figures for Liverpool of 14 from 32 league matches. He also played in four FA cup ties for the club.
McGuigan was the first player to score five goals in a league game for Liverpool against Stoke on 4th of January 1902. He later became a club director at Liverpool, serving on the club's board when Liverpool won the championship two years in a row in 1922-1923.
Other Clubs: Newton Stewart FC, Hibernian, Middlesbrough; Southport Central, Accrington Stanley (both amateur), Burslem Port Vale, Bristol City; Barrow, Exeter City (amateur)