Sam Bowyer made 44 league and three FA Cup appearances in Liverpool's forward-line during the years which led up to the First World War.
He played in four league matches in 1907-08, a season when the club used 29 different players in their First Division campaign.
He wasn't used as regularly in the team the next season, when his 14 appearances brought four goals, or in 1909-10 when he was called on 12 times, and found the net six times.
14 more league matches and another four goals followed over the next two seasons and Sam's most-telling contribution for Liverpool in a cup tie was the two goals he scored in three minutes against Gainsborough Trinity in the middle of January, 1911.
Other clubs: Earlestown, Bedminster, South Liverpool (all three amateur)