Henry Race was a forward who figured in Liverpool's first-team during the last three seasons of the 1920's.
He made a dramatic debut at Derby on February 15, 1928, starting a great fightback after being 2-0 down at the break. His strike early in the second-half followed by two from Dick Edmed turned a probable defeat into an unlikely victory.
Henry was in and out of the team during the next two years but his goals-per-game ratio was very respectable and he eventually finished his days at Anfield with a total of 18 from 43 games.
Other clubs: Raby United (amateur), Man City, Nottm For, Shrewsbury (amateur), Hartlepools United