There are just a few more days to vote in Huddersfield Town's new feature at PPG Canalside, The Pink Link Walkway Of Legends.

Making its way up the driveway at Huddersfield Town’s training complex, the Walkway will feature 14 players from the past who are genuine legends of the club.

You have already voted in hoards for your favourite Town legends to take part, but now is the final week to have your say with the poll closing on Friday.

 

We want you to select your 14 legends for the Walkway from a list of 100 greats compiled by Examiner Sports Editor Mel Booth . Votes can be online or by post.

If your legend isn’t included on the list, then there’s still the chance to vote for the player you think deserves legendary status.

Votes will then be counted, with the players with the highest votes receiving their place in The Pink Link Walkway of Legends.

But hurry, because the deadline is on Friday November 14!

Take a look at the top 25 candidates as the voting stands either in our gallery above or from the list below and submit your votes for your 14 in the survey at the bottom of the page!

You don't have to vote for the 25 below - see the full list of 100 Town legends by clicking here.

1) ANDY BOOTH

Without doubt one of the most popular players ever to pull on a Town shirt. Left for Sheffield Wednesday for a club record fee, Andy moved back to the club in 2001 and completed his career with 150 goals for the club.

2) FRANK WORTHINGTON

Arguably the most flamboyant player to have ever played for the club. Signed as a schoolboy in 1964 and went on to play for England. Scored 48 times for Town.

3) DENIS LAW

Arguably the most famous player ever to wear the blue and white striped shirt. Played for Town between 1955-60. Famously sold to fund the ‘Denis Law Floodlights’.

4) RAY WILSON

Home grown defender, Ray is arguably the most successful and best-known players to pull on a Town shirt. Immortalised as a member of the 1966 World Cup winning team, Ray played 283 times 1952 and 1964.

5) MARCUS STEWART

One of the most popular players in recent history, Marcus signed from Bristol Rovers for a Club record £1.2 million. With brilliant movement and a striker’s instinct, ‘Stewy’ scored 68 goals in 160 appearances for Town.

6) MARK LILLIS

Epitomising the Mick Buxton era at the Club, Mark Lillis’ hard-work, commitment to the Club and his will to win make him one of the most popular players in recent history. Scored 63 goals in 242 appearances.

7) PETER JACKSON

Signed for Town in 1990, he was immediately accepted thanks to his steadying influence at centre-half. A commanding captain who always wore his heart on his sleeve. Went on to manage the club twice.

8) JIMMY GLAZZARD

‘Gentleman Jim’ was arguably the greatest header of the ball that ever graced Leeds Road. Second in the all-time goal scoring charts with 153 goals between 1945-1956.

9) JIMMY NICHOLSON

Arguably one of the most skilful players ever to play for Huddersfield Town. Best remembered for skippering the Club to promotion back to the First Division in 1969/70.

10) STEVE KINDON

One of the biggest cult figures in Huddersfield Town’s history. Passionate and gracious, Steve was a big bustling centre forward who gave opposition defenders a torrid time with his strength and endeavour, as well as blistering pace. Played for the club between 1979 and 1982.

11) JORDAN RHODES

Forty goals in his final full season put him into folklore, in addition to helping Town win promotion.  Hugely popular.

12) PETER CLARKE

Immensely popular in his five years with the club, the central defender led Town to victory in the play-off final against Sheffield United at Wembley.

13) MALCOLM BROWN

Played for the club in two spells in the 1970s and 1980’s, Malcolm played in 259 successive league games – a club record. Dependable, with a familiar overlapping run which gave him the ability to fire in crosses from any angle, Malcolm played a key part in the 1979-80 promotion winning season.

14) TREVOR CHERRY

Although the greatest achievements in Trevor Cherry’s outstanding career came elsewhere, it was Leeds Road where he earned a reputation as one of the finest young defenders in the country. Terry made his debut for the Club in 1967 and played for the club until 1972. Cherry’s brilliant defending made him a favourite on the Leeds Road terraces.

15) BILLY SMITH

The club’s top appearance holder, scorer of 126 goals including Town’s FA Cup winner in 1922, winner of three consecutive league titles and an England international, Billy Smith is one of the greatest players to have played for the club.

16) VIC METCALFE

One of the most gifted and most popular players to ever play for Huddersfield Town, winger Vic formed a formidable partnership with centre forward Jimmy Glazzard. Scoring 90 goals in 459 appearances, Vic is the club’s greatest post-war appearance holder and a true legend of Huddersfield Town. World class and an England international.

17) CLEM STEPHENSON

Regarded by many as Town’s greatest servant. He is one of the club’s most important, respected and popular figures. Captained the team to three consecutive league titles. Became first player to manage Town and lead them to two FA Cup finals.

18) RONNIE JEPSON

During his three seasons at Town, ‘Rocket’ Ronnie Jepson had a profound effect on the club’s fortunes. A mixture of brilliant goals, leadership and an affinity with the fans ensured he became one of the most popular figures in Manager Neil Warnock’s team. Formed a prolific partnership with Andy Booth.

19) DARREN BULLOCK

A popular midfielder from the mid 1990s. Aggressive and unpredictable, his combative style made him a fans’ favourite. Plucked from non-league obscurity to Town by Neil Warnock.

20) TOM COWAN

One of the most popular Town defenders of recent times, Tom made a vital contribution to the Club’s two Wembley visits in 1994 and 1995. A fisted salute to the Kilner Bank became his trademark.

21) LES MASSIE

Fifth in the all time goal scoring charts, Les is one of the greatest strikers in the history of Huddersfield Town. His long strides and eye for goal made him a real fans favourite.

22) GEORGE BROWN

Town’s highest ever goalscorer with 159 goals, George was naturally gifted with the ball at his feet and clinical in front of goal. A true Huddersfield Town legend.

23) NICO VAESEN

The popular Belgian goalkeeper was brought by Peter Jackson. Extremely athletic, Nico was an excellent shot-stopper. His commitment and contribution were appreciated on the terraces.

24) ALEX JACKSON

Town set a new transfer record when paying £2500 for Alex Jackson. With 203 appearances and 89 goals, the Scotsman will be remembered as a key part of the forward line in the 1920s.

25) IWAN ROBERTS

Welsh international who scored 68 goals for Town between 1990 and 1993. Signed for a club record £275,000 from Watford. Excellent in the air and possessed great vision and awareness.

To vote ...

Either select your 14 choices below

or send the names of your 14 chosen players (with your name and address) to:

The Pink Link Walkway of Legends Vote

Huddersfield Town Football Club

The John Smith’s Stadium

Stadium Way

Huddersfield

HD1 6PX

Closing Date:

Friday 14 November 2014