Winger Harold Uren made nearly 50 first-team appearances for Liverpool in the early part of the 20th century, playing in consecutive games against Manchester City and Preston North End in November 1907.
However, those were his only two league appearances of that 1907-08 season and he only made one appearance the following season and just three more in 1909-10 when he turned professional.
It wasn't until the middle of October 1910 that he had an extended run in the side, when he was given ten consecutive matches in the autumn/winter of that year.
His best season for the club was also his final one (1911-12) when he played in 24 of the 38 league fixtures and registered his only two Liverpool goals.
Harold's final game for the Reds was on 24 February, 1912 in a 2-2 draw at Bury.
Uren was transferred to Everton in exchange for Billy Lacey and Tom Gracie.
Other clubs: Northern Nomads, Wrexham, Hoylake FC (all amateur prior to Liverpool), Everton, Wrexham (2), Lochgelly United