Scottish left-half Jimmy McInnes made nearly 50 league appearances for Liverpool just before the Second World War.
He arrived at Anfield in time to play in the last 11 First Division fixtures of the 1937-38 season, which included the first of only two goals he scored as a Liverpool player - in a 3-1 win over Brentford in West London on 19th March 1938. Jimmy was the 28th of 29 different men to figure for the club that season but a year later the side was much more settled; 22 men played at some stage of the season but 10 of them made 30 or more league appearances, with Jimmy's total being 34.
He wore the number six shirt on the opening day of the 1939-40 season, scoring his second goal at Sheffield United, but only 3 fixtures into the season the Football League was suspended due to the outbreak of war. Jimmy never played in a competitive match for Liverpool again, although he did make the team for a number of games in the hastily-arranged Western Division of the Football League. McInnes joined Liverpool's administrative staff after he retired in 1946. He was Liverpool's Secretary from 1955-65.
Other Clubs: Third Lanark; Brighton, Newcastle, York, Leeds, Luton, Millwall, QPR, Fulham & Man Utd (wartime guest)