What nickname was given to the 1892-93 Liverpool side due to the single-nationality of all their out players?
The team of Macs
All thirteen first team players of the inaugural 1892 season had been signed from Scottish clubs, with eight of them having a 'Mc' prefix to their names.
The first game of the season was a 7-1 victory against Rotherham Town, with Malcolm McVean scoring the first ever goal for Liverpool FC.
In a precedent to be later repeated in the Premiership years, this was the first ever English domestic team to be comprised of entirely non-English players.