A hard-working, box-to-box midfielder with an eye for a goal and a love of a fierce tackle, Don Hutchison was a solid Premier League player for a number of years. It was these qualities that caught the eye of Liverpool as a trainee whilst at Hartlepool United. He went on to play further Premier League football with West Ham, Everton and Sunderland, as well as captaining Everton on several occasions. Despite being born in Gateshead, Hutchison was always insistent that he would play for his beloved Scotland. He went on to secure his name in Scottish folklore after scoring a towering header against England at Wembley in 1999.
Full name: Donald Hutchison
Born: 09/05/1971, Gateshead, England
Clubs: Hartlepool United (1989-1990), Liverpool (1990-1994), West Ham United (1994-1996), Sheffield United (1996-1998), Everton (1998-2000), Sunderland (2000-2001), West Ham United (2001-2005), Millwall (2005), Coventry City (loan, 2005-2006), Coventry City (2006-2007), Luton Town (2007-2008)
International: 26 apps, 6 goals (1999-2003)