Vote for who you think should be added to the Legends list
Shrewsbury Town hold the third Legends night next month - and we want your help in deciding which two key figures from the club's proud past should be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
As an added bonus, the event, to be held in the Sovereign Suite at the Greenhous Meadow on Monday, February 3, will feature former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland international midfielder Ronnie Whelan as the guest speaker.
Comedian Tank Sherman will also be appearing at the black tie event.
"These are always great occasions," said organiser Andrew Tretton, commercial sales executive at Shrewsbury Town. "It will be exciting to induct two more people into the club's Hall of Fame while both Ronnie Whelan and Tank Sherman will provide great entertainment on the night."
Michael Brown, Frank Clarke, Peter Dolby, Colin Griffin, Tommy Lynch, Ken Mulhearn, Arthur Rowley, Chris Smith, Graham Turner and Alf Wood were the first 10 Shrewsbury Town legends to enter the Hall of the Fame.
Then last year it was the turn of Mal Starkey, Chic Bates, Steve Cross and Jake King to be honoured.
Two more illustrious figures to have pulled on the Shrewsbury Town shirt are now set to be inducted and we have compiled a seven-man shortlist based on votes we have previously received.
The list, in alphabetical order, is made up of Ian Atkins, Ted Hemsley, Joe Maloney, Jimmy McLaughlin, Bernard McNally, Dave Pountney and Dean Spink.
To cast your vote, send an email with your choice to email@example.com
or drop a card into reception at the Greenhous Meadow marked for the attention of Andrew Tretton.
Tickets priced £400 + VAT for a table of ten, which include a three-course meal followed by coffee, are now available.
With demand likely to be high, early booking is recommended. A limited number of individual tickets will also be available.
It is easy to cast your votes and help your choice become a Shrewsbury Town legend - click on
Rank the players you think should become a Legend from 1 to 7, with 1 being your top vote.