Small and powerful Fred Geary, barely 5ft 2ins and weighing 9st 6lbs, was a record-breaking Everton centre-forward of the Victorian era.
From 1889-1895 he scored 86 goals in 98 games for Everton and he was the Blues' leading scorer with 21 goals when they won the League Championship in the 1890-91 season.
Injuries curtailed his last two seasons at Everton and when he was 27-years-old he joined neighbours Liverpool after they had just been relegated to the Second Divison, while the Blues were runners-up in the League.
Geary made his debut at Notts. County on the opening day of the 1895-96 season and played in 19 games that year, scoring 11 times as the club won the Second Division championship.
However, he was only selected eight times as Liverpool finished 5th in the top division a year later and would only make a further 12 appearances over the next two seasons as injuries had robbed him of his greatest asset: pace.
Other clubs: Balmoral FC, Notts Rangers (3 spells), Grimsby Town (amateur), Notts County, Everton