Tranmere Rovers fans asked to name their top players for club’s Hall of Fame
TRANMERE supporters are being invited to help decide the first members of the club’s new Hall of Fame.
Rovers want fans young and old to nominate which players should take the first five places, with more to be picked in future seasons.
Supporters can vote for any players who have made a first team appearance from the club’s first days in 1884 to the present day.
Memorable names on the club’s books since its days as Belmont FC include the likes of Dixie Dean, Bunny Bell, Harold Bell, George Yardley, Steve Coppell, John King, Ray Mathias, Ian Muir, John Aldridge, Jason Koumas and Pat Nevin.
Chief executive Mick Horton said: “We are very proud of our 125 year history and we want to celebrate it by starting our own Hall of Fame.
“There have been many players at Tranmere Rovers worthy of being described as a club legend, but we want the names of our first five Hall of Fame members to be decided by our supporters.
“No doubt this will get a lot of fans thinking and we look forward to receiving their votes over the coming weeks.”