Kevin Lewis was a stylish midfielder whose timing could not have been worse in trying make a name for himself on the Anfield wing.
He kept Ian Callaghan out of the side at the beginning, scoring 22 goals in 36 games in his first season. But soon he had to give way to Cally and Peter Thompson, despite averaging one goal every two games in his Reds career.
Born in Ellesmere Port, Kevin returned to the north west to play for Liverpool after 62 league appearances for his first club, Sheffield United.
He became one of Bill Shankly's earliest signings in June 1960 after making his name as a winger with the Blades and becoming an England Youth international.
Kevin was Liverpool's leading scorer in his debut season (1960-61) with 19 from 32 Second Division matches, three more than Dave Hickson and four more than Roger Hunt.
Although he started the next season as the team's right-winger, he was displaced by a young Ian Callaghan.
He switched wings a year later as Cally became established in the side and managed an impressive total of 10 goals from 19 First Division matches in what would turn out to be his final season at Anfield.
Kevin returned to Yorkshire in August 1963 and played little more than a season with Huddersfield before departing from the Football League scene at the very early age of 24.
Other clubs: Sheff Utd, Huddersfield, Port Elizabeth (South Africa), Wigan (amateur)