Former stopper in spotlight.
Goalkeeper Ted Doig made a little over 450 appearances for Sunderland.
Capped by his native Scotland, Doig was originally a right winger but signed for Arbroath as a goalkeeper in 1883.
He was on the books when Arbroath recorded their record 36-0 win over Bon Accord in 1885.
Signed by Sunderland in September 1890, Doig established a club record with seven straight clean sheets and won four Championship medals with the club by 1902-03.
He joined Liverpool in August 1904 for £150, winning two further league titles on Merseyside. He later played for St Helens Recreation and died in 1919 at the age of 53.