Standing at 5ft 5ins, inside-forward Ronald Orr was a huge success at Newcastle after joining the Tyneside club in May 1901, winning the League championship in 1905 and 1907, playing 180 games and scoring 69 goals.
Orr was on Liverpool's books for four years just before the First World War. He scored on his debut at Aston Villa on 4 April, 1908 but it was only a consolation in a heavy 5-1 defeat.
However, he did score four more times in the five remaining fixtures of that 1907-08 season.
A year later he was the club's top-scorer with 20 from 33 league games, eight goals more than second highest scorer Joe Hewitt.
The rest of the team didn't follow suit and Liverpool were close to relegation. The Reds were runners-up the following season, though Orr only managed five league goals in 31 games.
Orr played in the majority of mid-table Liverpool's First Division fixtures in 1910-11 and started as a regular in the following season which proved to be his last for the Reds.
He injured ligaments in his right leg in the Merseyside derby on 16 September, 1911 and didn't feature again for six weeks.
His final appearance for the club came at Sheffield United in the middle of December 1911. Two months later he decided to return to his native Scotland with Raith Rovers.
Other clubs: Kilwinning Eglinton, Glossop North End, St Mirren, Newcastle, Raith Rovers, South Shields