Tough tackler half-back Harry Lowe played for Liverpool during the second decade of the 20th Century, although the First World War took away four years of his professional career.
He played 29 times in First Division games during the disappointing 1911-12 season, when the club narrowly avoid relegation to the Second Division, finishing just one point ahead of Preston North End, who went down with Bury.
Harry only missed a handful of matches over the next two years but was unfortunately injured in the penultimate league fixture of 1913-14 and subsequently missed his club's first-ever appearance in an FA Cup final.
But he was fit again by the start of the next season and added another 28 appearances to his career total. Although Harry returned to Anfield when the war was over, he was only selected for five more league games before being sold to Nottingham Forest.
Other clubs: Whitwell St Lawrence (amateur), Gainsborough Trinity; Nottm For (wartime guest); Nottm For; Mansfield Town; Newark Town, Grantham (all three amateur)