Tom Morrison was at Anfield for eight years between the two World Wars.
He had been playing in the Scottish league when he was signed by Liverpool mid-way through the 1927-28 season and made 15 consecutive First Division appearances before the end of that year. He was one of only two ever-presents the following season, the other being full-back James Jackson, and would average 36 league appearances for the next five years before he moved on to Sunderland after losing his place in the team to Robert Savage in 1934-35.
Tom never won any honours during his spell on Merseyside but had been capped by Scotland and won a Scottish Cup winners' medal before he travelled south to join Liverpool and was a member of the Sunderland team that won the League championship in 1936.
Other Clubs: Troon Athletic, St Mirren, Sunderland, Gamlingay, Ayr Utd, Drumcondra