Tommy Leishman excelled in the Second Dvision but was deemed surplus to requirements when Liverpool made the step up to top-flight football.
Tommy was a Scottish wing-half who arrived at Anfield as a 22-year-old from St. Mirren in November 1959.
He figured in 15 of the last 19 League matches of the 1959-60 season and became a regular member of the side for the next two years, missing only three Second Division fixtures during that period.
Liverpool finally climbed back into the top division after winning the Second Division title by eight points ahead of Leyton Orient and although Tommy started the club's first Division One campaign for eight years, he was soon replaced by his compatriot Willie Stevenson.
Other clubs: St Mirren, Hibernian, Linfield, Stranraer