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Date of birth: July 13, 1919 Place of birth: Wallsend Nationality: English Position: Striker Years at the club: 1946-53 Signed from: Newcastle United Left for: Ashington Position in 2006 poll: 50
Any conversation regarding the greatest strikers to have represented Liverpool should automatically include Albert Stubbins, a popular goalscorer revered by all at Anfield and even the Beatles.
Skilful with the ball at his feet and capable of dribbling towards and beyond opposition, the Geordie forward was also merciless when presented with a chance to score - a lethal cocktail within the Reds team.
The club were victorious in a hard-fought race for Stubbins' services in 1946 and parted with a record fee of £12,500 to bring him from Newcastle; recompense would arrive almost instantly.
Albert fired 24 league goals during his maiden campaign - matching the efforts of fellow prolific forward Jack Balmer - to help secure championship honours for George Kay's team.
The Englishman missed only two league fixtures the following season and contributed 24 goals once more to claim the top scorer award at Anfield outright; there was, though, no trophy to celebrate.
"He shook the Kop because he was one of those players that the fans loved to watch - they roared and cheered him and he soon had a posse of devoted fans. People came to see him," explained LFC curator Stephen Done.
A contractual dispute limited Stubbins to 18 appearances during the 1948-49 season, but his popularity with Liverpool supporters remained intact and he returned the following year to again pass double figures for goals.
The striker also contributed throughout the Reds' journey to the 1950 FA Cup final - scoring in the fifth round at Stockport - and played in the showpiece against Arsenal which Kay's men unfortunately lost 2-0.
When he entered his 30s, Liverpool were able to depend on Stubbins' prowess less and the great forward made his final appearance for the club at Stoke City in January 1953 before leaving with a strike ratio of almost one every other game.
Appearances: 178 Goals: 83 Honours with LFC: 1 First Division title (1946-47) Did you know? Albert was included on the famous cover of the Beatles' album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' Where is he now? Passed away in 2002