Wyllie scored in every other game in the Lancashire league and a total of five in three FA Cup games as well as scoring one goal in four games in the Lancashire cup in 1892-93. Wyllie scored an historic goal in his only season at LFC. The first derby between First Division Everton and Second Division Liverpool took place on April 22, 1893 in the Liverpool Senior Cup final. Former Everton player, Wyllie, scored the game's only goal in this hard fought match between the Merseyside teams which were still at odds after John Houlding quit Everton and formed Liverpool a year earlier.
Liverpool were elected to the Second Division after winning the Lancashire league, but Wyllie stayed in Lancashire with Bury which had finished third while Liverpool took the championship. Bury were runners-up a year later, but were elected to the Second Division which the Greater Manchester club won at the first attempt. Fate would have it that Bury's opponents in the Test match in which the bottom club of the First Division played the Second Division champions would be between Bury and Wyllie's old club, Liverpool. Bury won 1-0 and Wyllie played two seasons in First Division before moving to amateur club Bristol City in the close season in 1897 and scoring 19 goals in 31 games. He retired a year later from the game only 26 years of age and became a newsagent in Bedminster.
Other Clubs: Maybole (amateur), Rangers, Everton, Bury, Bristol City (amateur)