'Old' Harry Johnson (Sheffield United) Won the FA Cup in 1899 and 1902 and the League Championship in 1898. Johnson, who was actually a right half, played 6 times for England. His son, also Harry, went on to become Sheffield United's all time leading scorer.
Jimmy Watson (Sunderland) A Scottish international left-back and League Champion in the 1901–02 season.
Billy McCracken (Newcastle United) 20 seasons at Newcastle saw the Northern Ireland international win 3 League Championships (1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09) and the FA Cup (1910). McCracken's expertise at squeezing space and catching opponents offside is often cited as being the reason for the change in the offside rule.
Billy Dunlop (Liverpool) A left-back who made 325 appearances for Liverpool (1895–1909), winning 2 League Championships (1901,1906).
Frank Stokes (Small Heath/ Birmingham) In his seven years at the club he made 213 appearances in all competitions.
Jimmy Sharp ( Woolwich Arsenal) 116 games for Arsenal, scoring 5 goals. Capped 5 times by Scotland.
Jackery Jones (Wolverhampton Wanderers) 1908 FA Cup winner. 5 seasons as an ever-present in 13 years at Molineux, playing over 300 league matches, including 111 consecutive appearances from debut.
Sandy Tait ( Tottenham Hotspur) Scotsman Tait played 322 first team games in 8 seasons with Tottenham, winning the Southern League in 1899-1900 and the FA Cup in 1901.
Harry Ross (Fulham) A solid Scotsman who could play on either side of the defence.