WHO is your greatest player to have put on an Accrington Stanley shirt over the last century?
As part of its Centenary Year, The Professional Footballers Association is putting together a list of the top 100 players who have played professional football over the last 100 years.
One player will be selected from each of the 100 professional clubs to have competed in the Football League during this time.
To help fans vote the PFA, together with the football clubs and a panel of sports journalists, have put together a top ten list for each club.
Your job is to vote for your favourite player from the list. The winning player will go into the PFA Centenary Hall of Fame. The ten selected for Accrington Stanley are:
George Stewart - Scottish striker scored 136 goals in 182 games for Stanley. Signed for £1,500 in October 1954. Broke the club's goalscoring record, with 35 goals in the 1955-6 season including three hat-tricks. Sold to Coventry in 1958. Part of what is regarded as Accrington's best ever team in old Third Division, which narrowly missed out on promotion to the Second Division.
Jimmy Harrower - Another Scot who was part of the same team, under manager Walter Galbraith, as George Stewart. Arrived in December 1954 for £1,750. The defender played 246 league games, scoring two goals. Described as "probably the most polished and classic player Stanley ever had" in a yearbook of 1954-55. Became player-manager in 1960 but resigned in 1961 due to the financial pressures at the club.
Mike Ferguson - Famous for being the last man to score a Football League goal for Stanley - before their much heralded return to the Football League last year. He was 17 when he scored the goal against Doncaster in 1962 and was highly-rated before he went on to play for Blackburn Rovers and had spells as a manager before scouting for England when Terry Venables was in charge.
David Hargreaves - Signed in 1974, he was the club record goalscorer with 56 goals in the 1975-76 season before a move to Blackburn Rovers in 1978. It didn't work out and he returned to the Crown Ground seven months later, scoring 51 goals and being named Cheshire Player of the Year. He scored 18 hat-tricks, four goals in a game times and once scored five in a match. He left the club in 1985 having scored more than 300 goals.
Chris Grimshaw - The popular midfielder had three spells at Stanley and the Burnley-born striker was a crowd favourite. He first signed in the mid-1980s before really settling in in the mid-1990s where he went on to make what was a record number of appearances for the club - 361 - with more than 50 goals.
Paul Beck - Mention Paul Beck and the first thought is Stanley's FA Cup runs in the early 90s. Accrington paid £1000 for him from Rossendale in 1990 and in the 1992-3 season, the striker scored more than 40 goals. His hat-trick against Gateshead led to the Ewood Park FA Cup second round tie against Crewe which, although Stanley lost, it thrust the club into the national headlines again. The following year, he came up with the goals to earn the Reds their FA Cup first round tie with Scuthorpe at Turf Moor where Stanley were only denied by a late late United goal. Made more than 300 appearances for the Reds.
Brett Ormerod - The striker is more famous for his after-Accrington exploits but is still regarded as a legend by many Stanley fans.He had a relatively short stay with Accrington, scoring 32 goals in 40 games as well as 14 as a substitute before Blackpool signed him in 1997 for £50,000. A sell-on clause meant that, when he moved to Southampton in 2001, the Reds got £200,000 which helped to fund their return to the Football League.
Jamie Speare - The popular goalkeeper was a crowd favourite at Stanley after signing in 1998. He was a regular for five seasons between the sticks, with 320 games, and the fans loved his enthusiasm - even though there were a few nervous moments! Helped the Reds into the Conference before losing his place and moving on when the Reds went full time.
Robbie Williams - Another long servant who has amassed 316 appearances and 10 goals for the club. The defender signed in 1999 and has been a big part of the rise from the UniBond First Division into the Football League. Stepped up at every level acquitted himself well last season for his first taste of League Two action.
Paul Mullin - A hero at Accrington whose goals helped steer them from non-league football back into the Football League. He cost £15,000 in 2000 from Radcliffe Borough and it proved a shrewd bit of business. It was fitting the highly-regarded hitman scored the goal against Woking which saw history made and took Stanley back into the League. Broke the club appearance record last season - by-passing the 361 of Grimshaw. He now has 365 appearances and 173 goals.
To register your vote, either write in to 'Top Stanley player', 103 Blackburn Road, Accrington BB5 1JJ or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject 'Top Accrington Player." Voting ends next Wednesday (25 July) tea-time.
Please give your name, address and telephone number as everyone who votes will be automatically entered into the prize draw to win tickets to the PFA Centenary England XI against the Rest of the World match.
This will take place on 2 December - exactly 100 years since the PFA were formed - at the City of Manchester Stadium. England, under the management of Terry Venables and captained by Alan Shearer will take on World XI team managed by Jurgen Klinsman, with Gianfranco Zola as captain.
All money raised from the match will go toward the PFA's One Goal, One Million campaign to build a new wing at the National University Children's Hospital in Manchester.
THANKS TO Accrington Stanley: The Complete A-Z by Darren Woodhead for some of the player information.