Regarded as one of Scotland’s greatest ever players, James Curran Baxter’s professional career started with Raith Rovers, before joining Rangers for a then Scottish record transfer fee in 1960.
When he was eventually sold to Sunderland in 1965, the £72,500 fee broke another record of the time – the highest ever paid to a Scottish club.
Baxter played 98 times for the Black Cats, scoring 12 goals.
In 1967 he moved to Forest for a club record £100,000, but a loss of form due to his declining health led to a quick sale back to Rangers.
Sadly Baxter was blighted by drink and gambling addiction in his later years, and passed away aged just 61.
His statue can be found at Hill of Beath in Fife, where he was born in 1939.