Scottish-born left-back Billy Dunlop first appeared in Liverpool's first-team towards the end of the 1894-95 season, only the club's second season as a Football League club and one in which they were immediately relegated to the Second Division after winning promotion the previous year.
Although his appearances over the next three seasons were sporadic, Billy was to become a regular in the side for the next decade and a prominent member of the squad which won Liverpool's first-ever Division One title in 1901, a feat repeated five years later.
According to Tony Matthews in Who's Who of Liverpool Dunlop was: "The backbone of Liverpool's defence. A fine tackler and splendid in the air, he was also a clean kicker of the ball, always seeking to find a colleague rather than heaving his clearance 80 yards downfield in hope rather than judgement."
Dunlop later worked as an assistant trainer at Sunderland from 1922-1927 and passed away in Sunderland in 1945.
Other clubs: Sandyford, Hurlford, Annbank, Kilmarnock, Abercorn