George "Dod" Allan was Liverpool's first great goalscorer in the Football League and the first Reds player to be capped for Scotland on 3rd of April 1897.
Strongly-built, quick and skillful Allan burst onto the scene in the 1895-96 season with a staggering 25 goals from only 20 league matches as the club won the Second Division.
He was Liverpool's top-scorer the following season with 17 goals from 34 games as the Reds finished 5th in the First Division.
Allan moved to Celtic in May 1897 where he helped the club to its fourth championship by scoring 15 goals in 17 league games.
Liverpool held his registration, but still quite happily paid 50 pounds to get him back before the 1898-1899 season in which they finished second in First Division, with Allan scoring 11 goals in 36 games.
In the pre-season of the 1899-1900 season it was reported that Allan was too ill for training. He died of tuberculosis in Earlsbury, Fife, when he was only 24 years old on 16th of October 1899.
Other clubs: Vale of Avon, Linlithgow Athletic, Broxburn Shamrock, Bo'ness, Leith Athletic, Celtic