The splendidly named Ernald Oak Scattergood made 450 appearances in the Football League.
He began his career with Derby County in 1907, moving to Bradford Park Avenue in 1914 and retiring in 1924.
Scattergood is the Football League's top scoring goalkeeper. This is thanks to 2 periods in which he was his club's penalty taker.
In the 1912-13 season he took the spot kicks for Derby County and scored 3 times.
Scattergood reprised the role with Bradford Park Avenue from 1921 to 1924, scoring a further 5 goals.
Scattergood won a single cap for England, playing in a 4-3 win over Wales at Ashton Gate in 1913. Sadly, England were not awarded a penalty in this game!